If you are a talented, organized, reliable, efficient, press release writer and web all-rounder, looking to work from home, then you’ll want to read this entire message…
Here's the situation.
I'm a successful internet entrepreneur who’s finding we need more exposure online. We have the systems, tools and plans to promote our interviews, we just need a star performer
to help us execute them.
Accordingly, we're looking for someone who really enjoys writing and takes pride in their work.
You’ll start off promoting some of our existing websites and interviews by writing a press release - this will then be published on different press release sites. The audio and the transcription provides the research that you need.
Please note: since you'll be writing press release for the web, you must have excellent English
skills, blogging and keyword research experience.
Here are a few more tasks you'll be working on...
- Keyword research & keyword optimisation
- Submitting press release to different press release sites
- Link building
- Blogging using wordpress
- Researching niches
- General administration
- Assisting other team members with their workload
With such a variety of tasks it's for this reason we're looking for an 'all-rounder'… and someone who feels right at home on the internet.
To be a success in this role, you...
- Have excellent English skills
- Are experienced in keyword research, keyword selection and link building
- Pride yourself on your organizational skills
- Love getting the job done quickly with an attention to detail
- Love working on the internet
- Have a basic understanding of html
- Have fantastic experience using MS Word, Excel and Outlook
- Love learning new things – especially on the internet
- Are self disciplined with good work ethic
- Self motivated and able to work unsupervised
- Have a strong sense of integrity and honesty
- Have internet access from home
- Have full time availability - daily communication
Storylines. Great press releases start with great stories. Unlike ads or other marketing pieces, PR placements are required to capture and retain the interest of readers who want to receive information in a narrative context. So it makes sense that media professionals are looking for press releases with compelling storylines and captivating content.
Information vs. promotion. The number one rule of an effective press release is to avoid blatant promotional language and content. Neither media reps nor their readers are predisposed to a sales pitch. Instead, they want material that is informative and insightful without a hard sell.
Exposure. The creation of a first-rate press release is only half the battle. To achieve outcomes, you'll also need a first-rate distribution plan. Even though mailing or faxing press releases to targeted media outlets still happens, email and social media tactics are making gains.
Professional finish. A press release isn't a memo or an internal e-mail. It's a PR and marketing piece that deserves the same investment of time and energy as any other marketing piece you put out there. Proofreading should be a given, but it may also help to circulate a draft for additional input before it is posted on the company website or released to journalists and reporters.
About My Team & I
My name is Mark Samms. My primary areas of expertise in business are internet marketing and joint venture partnerships. Find out more at my website: http://renegadeaffiliate.com
My team and I are very flexible and easy to get along with. We will give you as clear instructions as possible for communication. Moreover you can always ask us as many
questions as possible until you're absolutely clear about what needs to be done.
What We’re Offering
- Home-based job that will allow you to manage your time
- Important responsibility
- A positive and friendly team
- Opportunity to learn new skills and technologies
- A virtual work environment with room to grow
Do you think you're the star performer we're looking for?
Here’s What You Should Do Right Now…
To apply for this fantastic opportunity, submit your resume and a cover letter – this role will be filled quickly!
One final thing before you apply, if you’re just looking for a job to put in some hours or you just
want to make a little extra cash, then most likely you’re not the person we’re after (i.e. No lazy people, and no one who is not committed to being the best).
I would appreciate if you will answer these questions:
What else do you think we should do to this project to make this better?
What skills would you like to improve?
If you have $1,000, how will you spend it and why?
We look forward to hearing from you.
Skills: research, english, administration, marketing, faxing