To ogłoszenie wygasło w dniu 2017-01-03 19:40.

Content Creator

  • Umowa o pracę Umowa

Opis oferty

This posting is for a contract (non-employee) position at this time. We are looking for talented content creators to write and produce various projects and to blog regularly with the goal of expanding our company's digital footprint, awareness, subscribers, and leads. This role requires a high level of creativity, technical savvy, and attention to detail.

Ever Accountable is a fully remote company with a clear mission to provide accountability tools that help men and women live lives free of pornography. A passion for the mission of Ever Accountable and the ability to work independently on a remote team are both absolute requirements.

Requirements:
A strong desire to help others avoid or overcome addiction to pornography
Experience producing content (for the web specifically), as well as channel-specific knowledge (blog, Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
Experience building and managing audiences/fans either online or offline
Knowledge of SEO
A nimble stability; the ability to work well with a remote team in varying time zones and on many projects while maintaining workload, deadlines, and consistent communication
Availability to work a flexible schedule of approximately 10 hours per week in order to have ample time to learn about our company, processes, and our customers and to strategize and plan with others in preparation for content creation
Responsibilities:
Blog on an ongoing basis to attract site visitors through search, social, and our email subscribers; this is important and would require creating genuinely useful content for our customers and fans
Create 1-2 free resources each month to drive leads, subscribers, awareness, and/or other important metrics (examples include ebooks, infographics, etc.)
Convince others that your creative ideas are worth investing time and effort in; this role is the core of our marketing effort, and others will rely on your work every day

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