Content Development Intern - 20 Hours per Week @ $10.00 per hour

internship - part time, paid

Fahrenheit Marketing, LLC
Austin, TX
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Posted 30 Days ago
Fahrenheit Marketing, LLC
Austin, TX
internship - part time, paid
Posted 30 Days ago

Description

As an intern at Fahrenheit Marketing, you will be trained in a variety of marketing skills. Your main task would be to write web articles or blogs for a variety of our clients. You would be expected to research assigned topics, compose professional articles in a timely manner, and edit your own work thoroughly. You will also be managing social media accounts. This internship is very writing-intensive, and an amazing opportunity for anyone interested in learning more about internet marketing. You will be researching, composing, and editing both your own work and that of other content writers. Blog for a variety of clients, hone your copywriting skills, and delve into the world of SEO. Acquire agency experience while gathering valuable skills. Learn web writing tactics and how to optimize for SEO, master WordPress, HootSuite and more. Become frighteningly fast at writing content on any topic.

Skills

social media, blogging, editing, wordpress, copywriting, seo audits, hootsuite, web content, web content writing, microsoft word, research, accounts payable, professional services, articles, internet marketing

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