Now Hiring: Freelance Part-time writer (For Vets)
Hello, we are hiring
Are you a veterinarian or vet student graduating from college? Do you love writing about topics involving cat foods?
If you answered yes, then read on.
We’re looking for an expert writer who can help us expand our site. We have vet-written articles on cat food and we have a large backlog of content ideas that we’re ready to start producing.
This is an exciting opportunity for you to write about the thing you love most – Cat foods! You’ll be covering a wide range of articles on cat food related to brand reviews or cat food options for cat breeds.
For this, we need a true approved vet – no fakers here, please! If you don’t truly have a passion for the Cat niche, it’s not going to work, I’m afraid.
Still, reading? Great!
So, what’s in it for you? Not only do you get to make money from your passion, but you’ll also get regular feedback from me as we collaborate on making our content truly remarkable. We’ll give you a consistent, flexible flow of work alongside a ready format to ensure you’re able to produce the very best content with minimal bottlenecks.
You’ll also get to be part of an exciting, growing project with a bright future and for which we have big plans in the pipeline.
Must be a cat vet, cat lover and have experience with cats
Must be willing to follow a format that is shared by our team. Also, be ready to make modifications to articles based on weekly feedback. Must be an enthusiastic writer on cat topic and definitely willing to give one’s best.
Must be able to share a profile pic with a cat in the picture. This will be used to upload to the website once an article is published.
Must have at least 2 years of experience as a pet blogger
Must have and share Cat Niche writing samples from other blogs/websites
Must be able to share 1/2/3 articles per week on a need basis. Also, each article would be on an average of 2500-3000 words though it can vary depending on the topic.
Competitive rate of 4 cents per word for original content contributed by the author. If there are copy-paste of certain sections such as amazon/chewy reviews, they would be excluded from the total article word count for payment.
Consistent workload every week (like 2-3 articles per week). Also, you can choose to share all 2-3 articles at once in a week or in a distributed span of days in a week (like 1 article in the middle of the week and the other at weekend).
If performance is great and consistent, stable work of 15+ articles