Job Board >> CRM Blogger
|Company Name||CRM Switch|
|Date Posted||10, Monday 2014|
|Listing Type||Per Post Fee|
We publish twice per week. Each article should be 500-1000 words, with articles averaging about 800 words.
• Be able to deliver at least two well researched, high-quality articles per week
• Be able to research and propose new topics related to the CRM software industry
• Be able to consistently meet submission deadlines and be willing to accept feedback and make corrections/adjustments as needed
• Be located in the United States and willing to participate in occasional content generation/strategy meetings via conference call
• Moderate familiarity or hands-on experience with some type of CRM software (e.g. Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, SugarCRM)
• General familiarity with enterprise software, B2B software sales & purchasing, and enterprise organizational structures
Applicants should be familiar with and able to write quality articles about some or all of the following subjects:
• CRM software, industry, vendors, selection, purchasing, integration, & usability
• Marketing automation software as it relates to CRM
• ERP software as it relates to CRM
If accepted, we will provide a style/content guide that details submission requirements and guidelines.
Writers will be paid on a per-published-article basis. The pay rate starts at $0.15 per word with a 500 word per article minimum (unless specifically requested otherwise). Final paid word count will be based on the word count of the article draft that we accept, before any adjustments we may make prior to final publication.
IMPORTANT: All content that writers generate must be for exclusive use and publication of CRM Switch. Content will be owned by the company once accepted for publication and cannot be resubmitted or recycled for any other publisher.
How to apply
1) Send a brief email with a copy of your resume (PDF’s only, please) or a link to your LinkedIn profile to [email protected]
2) Include links to 3-5 posts you’ve written that are about or related to the enterprise software industry. Make sure these articles credit you personally as the author.
3) If applicable, describe any CRM software experience you have