B2B content writer

Umov Sp | WorldWide | 7 months ago

HourlyHourlyIntermediate (2-5 years)Intermediate (2-5 years)Long-termLong-termUnknownUnknown

We are seeking intermediate / experienced writers to help us grow our micro and SME business content aimed at the beauty and wellness sector.

This position will allow you to work around your own schedule from home/remotely.

Important: You will need to research the topics to write content that provides real value, not just a rehash of what you googled on the topic… don’t worry we will also support you in providing differentiated content (through graphics and video content).

We have our user experience / seo optimized content structure and layout which we will share with those shortlisted candidates. Articles written need to be informative, engaging and easy to read. (Think Brian Dean / Neil Patel ie; conversational style, short paragraphs and passive sentences etc)

Our Process:

We will work together on our content plan and working together on which topics to author next. Each topic will have an article brief containing details of which keywords should be included and how many times, things to be mentioned, the length of the article and how much will be paid for that article.

Topics would include marketing, digital, business strategy, business plan development, personnel management to name but a few.

Each base article will be then re-written for each one of our business categories, ie hair salon, barber or spa for example: hair salon business strategies, barber business strategies, spa business strategies (each one passing copyscape checks).

We use SurferSEO so willingness to comply with the parameters set and experience with this tool would be a big bonus but we also offer training as well.

Amounts for articles that we pay are listed below (words = amounts),we pay for a base article and a category re-writes (see above):

1000 = $25

1500 = $30

2000 = $35

2500 = $40

3000 = $45

3500 = $50

4000 = $55

4500 = $60

5000 = $65


You will be paid twice a month (on the 15th and last day of each month) for all articles that have been completed and approved by our editorial team at that time. All payments are made via PayPal.
No copied/plagiarized content will be accepted. All articles must pass copyscape 100%.
You are willing to adhere to our content layout formula making any changes based on editorial feedback (we usually find very little change is needed though, due to the detail in our briefs and writing instructions)
You agree that we own exclusive rights to any content produced as part of our collaboration, and that it must not be reused, shared, or published in any other way
You can either be a ghost writer (allow us to use our editors name, bio and image as the writer) or for your name to be used but if this is the case you must provide a bio (including photo) about you.
Benefits for you

Consistent work every week
Flexible working but with deadlines due to our content marketing strategy
Ability to choose which articles you would like to write
Stable work - there are at least 100 article briefs waiting for publication
We’re a fully digital and remote team, you can work from anywhere and in any timezone as you prefer (we are based in Europe CET but available 18 hours a day)
We are highly supportive and accessible. Our partnerships with writers are important to use and we will support you with any questions you may have - this will deliver a better quality article
Very clear and precise article briefs and instructions to make it easier to know exactly what is required leaving less room for errors or the need for revisions
Tools Used (experience not needed in all but useful):

SEO Surfer
Google Docs
How to apply:

Send an e-mail to paul@belliata.com
Use "Content Writing Partner" as the subject line.
Tell us why you think you would be a good fit for this project
Include links to 2-3 relevant writing samples
Assuming 2,000 words per task, including thorough research. How many writing tasks can you take on per week in the coming 3-6 months? (A range is fine: 1-2, 3-5, etc)
Consistent workload every week
No deadlines (although we expect at least a couple of articles written each month)
Ability to choose which articles from our content plan you would like to write