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Posted: June 13 2015
Company Location: New York, NY
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 14 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionGone are the days when comic books are just for the geeks - now they're big news! Do you love comics and graphic novels? Do you love to write?
The ComicsVerse website is looking for bloggers / content creation interns for our podcast and website. We're particularly interested in readers of current mainstream comic books to write about them twice to three times per week; you can choose to work from home or from our apartment office, with a cool friendly atmosphere.
In return, we'll give you experience with WordPress, SEO keyword research, and posting to social media using HootSuite.
In the past, our interns have gone on to interview comic book creators at comic conventions all over the east coast and New York Comic Con. Additionally, many of our interns and former interns are now panelists on the ComicsVerse Podcast.
Got some great art skills? Interested in video or audio editing? We can teach you that as well and give you a wonderful set of skills to move onto your next position with.
Check out http://comicsverse.com to get an idea of how the site works, and feel free to get in touch us if you're interested!
If you want to know more about what ComicsVerse is all about, check out this open letter from our CEO about the emotional impact comics have had on his life:
Responsibilities-Researching and reading comic books and graphic novels in order to analyze them in blog format.
-Posting to various social media platforms.
-Scouring news sites for the latest comic book news to post on social media.
-Posting articles in Wordpress
-interviewing comic book creators (artists and writers)
-possibly attending comic book events like conventions such as New York Comic Con
-possibly starring in video reviews or writing written reviews for comic books and graphic novels
-attending meetings online and possibly in person