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It's posted on craigslist.org
If you like this topic and the rate works for you -
(these ads don't stay up forever - if you like it now, respond now)


Looking for technical blog writer (programming, command line, etc) (SF Bay: SOMA / south beach)

compensation: $100 / 500 words
employment type: part-time
telecommuting okay

Looking for a technical writer to write about programming related blog posts / tutorials / etc. Topics can be anything from learning Vim, the latest javascript frameworks, command line how-to, ruby regex's, etc...

Will pay $100 per standard length blog post (~500 words). Please respond with samples of technical posts you've written.

This job is fully remote.

http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/wri/5580179559.html

jx33k-5580179559@job.craigslist.org
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@rcayeras Do you have samples of past articles, i.e. the ideal kinds you're looking for?
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bdaoust private msg quote post Address this user
@rcayeras Looks interesting, I will look at it more closely - have written lots of software reviews and training programs.
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bdaoust private msg quote post Address this user
Thanks - what is your time frame?
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rcayeras private msg quote post Address this user
I'm sharing ad ad that I saw. I'm not the one looking for the blogger. I sometimes post them when I see something - well, it's not for me, but I bet someone on this forum can do it.

These ads are best responded to as soon as possible - they tend to make decisions quickly. My experience with these postings - you're talking to the hiring manager, who could be a Director or higher. As far as how to respond, what information to provide - it's a little bit better than a blind call.


FYI - I post my description on craigslist. About 20% of my contracts come from that. Most have been short-term for specific projects. This one, however, could go on forever.
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