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Never Liked It Anyway
Posted: September 03 2015
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DescriptionHere's the deal...
Never Liked It Anyway is a fun, sassy and cheeky brand. It's an eBay for breakups where you sell all the stuff you're left with when a relationship ends.
I need a whipper smart, fun, sassy to write for the blog and contribute ideas to our growth.
We are in talks with TV networks to turn the site into a TV show and an entertainment platform (think He's Just Not That Into You), we have a book in the works and MUCH more. There's HUGE potential to grow with the brand. But for now, it's lean! That said, the right person will become a core, and rewarded, part of the team. Approx 4-5 hours a week.
Please DO NOT just send a resume.
This is no ordinary job. Please send me a note and tell me why it speaks to you, what you think you would add - and what excites you about our fabulous brand.
Responsibilities- Writing unique, witty and interesting content for the blog - and syndicating it to other publishers
- Have a finger on the pulse and know exactly what's going on in the world of breakups, relationships and dating -especially celebrities
- Be ready to help with research assignments and brainstorm fun ways to grow our brand
RequirementsYou must be spirited, cheeky and ooze irreverence - attitude is EVERYTHING. We cant teach you this!
You must be good at writing - we currently write for AOL, Your Tango, Huffington Post and PopSugar. Good articles will get syndicated to these publications.
You must be a fast worker - it's not about perfection, it's about momentum
You must be a creative force - you will not have anyone looking over your shoulder and will make your own editorial decisions
You must have two fingers on the pulse - ready to comment and jump on anything in the world of breakups.
You must be independent - most of the work you do will be done remotely, on your own time