Review Geek Freelance Technology is looking for Reuters – review Jack.
Do you love technology? Do you have a well-researched opinion about which gadgets are the best? Are you able to turn these ideas into killer subjects? Can you write the best words in the best way? If so, we have a job for you.
What are we looking for
The reviewer is looking for experienced and objective tech writers. People who not only use technology but are immersed in it. Those who were born in it adapted to it. If you live and breathe in technology every day and are constantly researching for the best keyboard you can buy, the best webcam for your friends, family or the teacher you know, the mechanical keyboard alternative Why are they better (or why aren’t they!) Then you can be a good fit for us. Or we may be the outlet you are looking for. Get some of these ideas out of your head and into the world.
We are looking for authors who have consistently come up with solid ideas. You know, curious type. Tinker Thinker Researcher. You need to be able to come up with ideas, then turn those ideas into killer articles that people will want to read. We’ll also provide you with the topics we need, and it’s up to you to become an expert (if you haven’t already) and provide the best advice to our readers.
Here are some examples of the types of work we want more:
And it’s just a very small sample size. We’re not looking for tech news writers – we have plenty of them. We’re looking at what tech is, what it can be, what it should be, and what makes this version of the gadget better.
About this job
This is a freelance position, but we are looking for a regular partnership. It’s up to you when you write and how you work, but at least some overlap with the editorial team is important. We like to talk about ideas because they make sure we nail at an angle. This leads to shorter edits later and ensures that everyone is happy with the final product. Teamwork, yes.
Payment is DOE, but never less than 100 per article.
Jobs are far away, but we are looking for someone in America. The team (and editorial staff) are scattered throughout the time zone, so finding a little overlap shouldn’t be a problem.
That’s the fun part, right? We need you:
- Experience You need to know what you are doing, so it is important to have at least three years of experience writing about technology. In addition, the WordPress experience is preferred. The first rule of review geek is: we write in CMS.
- Pay attention to detail. It seems like it always requires a lot of jobs, and it’s no different. You have to be able to focus on the little things. Details matter.
- Ability to work in fast environments. This position is remote, but that doesn’t mean we don’t get things done quickly. Sometimes it’s like the Wild West in our slack. Take whatever you want
- Self motivation You are an adult and your editors are not BB setters. If you can’t do things right on your own, it won’t work. apologies
- Equipment It should go without saying, but you will need your computer. And internet connection. And phone. And anything else you might want to write about. This is the job of a tech writer, you need tech.
- Age: You must be at least 18. Sorry, these are the rules.
What’s in it for you?
So you know what we want, but what about you? You have needs too. Here is what we offer:
- Competitive salary. As mentioned above, the salary is DOE, but we start at $ 100 per article.
- Regular, timely payment. We’ve worked with a lot of freelance writers over the years, and one of the most common complaints is that places don’t pay freelancers on time. We assume you have bills to pay and goods to buy, so we’re not about that life. We pay NET 15, so you will always get your work paid on time.
- A great place to work. Here’s the truth: It’s great to work for RG. Seriously, our slack is probably cooler than any other slack you’re currently in or in. Just saying And we will support you with great ideas so that you can become the best writer.
How to apply
What do you think it takes? Then I want to hear from you. Just go to Really to apply.
Let’s do this.