Do you have a love and passion for technology and the Internet? Do you like sharing your knowledge with others? Are you great at explaining highly complex and technical tips and tricks to beginners as well as advanced users? If so, we have the perfect job for you!
Make Tech Easier is looking for writers who are experienced in writing extensive tutorials and how-to guides for our Premium Courses and Tutorials – which are coming soon. You should be great at screencasting and have video editing knowledge. If this is you and you’re looking to make some extra money doing what you love, we invite you to contact us for more information.
- Be proficient in the English language.
- Have at least one year of online writing and video editing experience.
- Be good at explaining highly technical topics and making them easy to understand.
- Be prepared to write anywhere from 3,000 – 6,000 words or more, if needed.
- Have excellent communication skills and feel comfortable speaking on video.
- Know how to use screencasting software and edit videos on a professional level.
- Know how to take nice, clear screenshots and edit them as needed.
- Know how to follow directions and follow a provided outline of chapters.
- Respond in a timely fashion to messages from Editors.
- Be prepared to make edits as needed and be able to meet publication deadlines.
- Free publicity and exposure to a targeted and dedicated group of Make Tech Easier readers.
- Generous monetary compensation based on the length and complexity of your Course or Tutorial.
How to Apply
Write to us at “charnitafance [at] maketecheasier.com” with the subject “CT Application.”
Be sure to include the following in your email:
- Your level of proficiency and experience with writing technical topics and explaining them to others.
- Your years of experience as a writer.
- A listing of the blogs that you’ve written for along with links to what you consider your three best articles.
- Two or three course titles you’d be interested in writing if selected (these will not necessarily be assigned to you; it just gives us an idea of what you’re interested in writing about).
- One sentence explaining why you would be a good fit for the job.
If you know someone else who might be interested, be sure to share this with them.
We look forward to hearing from you.
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