Job Board >> Blogger for iPad Reviews
|Company Name||Autism Plugged In|
|Date Posted||05, Wednesday 2013|
|Listing Type||Per Post Fee|
Autism Plugged In is seeking writers for its fast-growing blog. This site is a philanthropic venture that reviews iPad/iPhone/Android apps focused on helping children with special needs, including autism. Readers are clamoring for more special needs app reviews than we can provide, so we need your help!
Autism Plugged In is now accepting applications for the following positions:
- Freelance Writer (paid position)
- Summer Intern Staff Writer (unpaid position) - Perfect opportunity if you're a student looking to build your resume!
All applicants must have access to an iPad. Writers will be required to download a given iPad application, thoroughly use all functions of the app, and write a review of the app in a clear, helpful manner. Your audience is made up of parents, teachers, and therapists of individuals who have special needs. Download codes will be provided.
Articles should be at least 300 words long, must include screenshots of the app, and will need to be proofread by the author. In addition, our editorial staff will have editing privileges in order to maintain our high quality standards.
Visit our site http://www.autismpluggedin.com to see examples of app review posts.
Freelance Writers: Applicants inquiring about the paid position should be experienced writers who are comfortable using WordPress. Payment of $20 per post will be paid monthly via PayPal.
Summer Interns: Applicants for the Summer Internship will receive training and guidance in WordPress, SEO guidelines, and content marketing. We will gladly provide interns with a reference / recommendation letter at the end of their service. In addition, writers may publish a byline with their articles.
Autism Plugged In donates all profits from the site to organizations benefiting autism research, so this is a job you can feel good about!
How to apply
Please send an email, outlining which position you are applying for (Freelance Writer or Summer Intern), why you wish to write for Autism Plugged In, and what unique skills you bring to the table. Also, please include links to a few of your writing samples.