TELECOMMUTE – US National
Freelance SEO Writer
Freelance SEO Writer
Fractl is seeking remote writers to join our growing pool of freelancers. Our client roster spans across multiple verticals ? everything from accounting services to vacation rentals.
Ideally, you’ll be able to produce a minimum of three to five pieces of content (typically 1,300?2,000 words) per week with the possibility to take on more work.
Expectations include, but are not limited to, the following:
Ability to research and clearly explain a variety of topics (e.g. business, home improvement, job hunting, work management, etc.)
Strong proofreading skills and in-depth knowledge of grammar, spelling, and punctuation
Attention to detail, good organizational skills, and common sense
Ability to adhere to brand/style guidelines and be receptive to client/editorial feedback
Experience in best practices when it comes to writing content optimized for search engines (e.g., applying keyword research within content, meta descriptions)
Submitting completed work on time within a requested channel/format
Maintaining originality in your work
Ability to communicate effectively within a team while also working independently
Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously while hitting tight deadlines
Staying on top of policies and procedures
Prior writing experience, preferably as a freelancer
Provide samples of previous work
Familiarity working within the Google Suite
Knowledge of AP Style (other writing styles are a bonus)
Excellent communication and time management skills
Capacity to work with minimal supervision
Self-motivated, disciplined approach to work
Our goal is to work with you to help scale our efforts when it comes to creating thoughtful and engaging content for our clients. Success is largely dependent on the ability to multitask and meet strict deadlines while also being quick to understand client motivations behind the content you create.
To be considered, please submit your resume along with two paragraphs you feel would be part of a post that would effectively answer the following prompt:
If someone is looking to build a website for their business, where should they start?
Proofreading , SEO & SEM , Writing , Online Content