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Habanero Research Corporation
Posted: August 28 2016
Company Location: St Louis, MO
Application Deadline: No Deadline
Position: Part-time, Paid
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DescriptionDo you have a passion for SEO and small business? Help take small businesses to the first page of Google local searches and help them grow and create jobs in their community.
If you love to write and don't mind doing research this internship is for you. You will research subjects that are relevant to the local business we are serving. For example, you might be researching and writing a post on how to choose a wedding planner one week and the next week researching and writing about foundation repairs.
This is a virtual internship so you can do it anywhere. It is anticipated that you will be putting in about 16-20 hours a week researching and writing copy. Your prose should be conversational and engaging. This should not be the typical boring crap you read on the web. Feel free to be expressive and a little edgy is okay.
You must not be sensitive about your work and open to edit and rewriting as requested. It is anticipated you will be paid $50.00 per accepted post.
ResponsibilitiesYou will be given topics to write on. It is expected that you will generate approximately four posts a week ranging between 1200 and 1500 words each. Topics do not have to be extensively researched but content must be thorough and accurate.
RequirementsThe copy can be done in Microsoft Word or Google docs. You need to have good grammar skills. All copy should be written so a fifth grader could understand it - no big words.
Submit 4 examples of your writing.