Digital Piano Article Writer Wanted
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I'm looking for a writer (maybe two) who is really into music, and specifically digital pianos. Whether you're a college student, a teacher, someone who works in music or just someone with a fun (and expensive) hobby of playing the (digital) piano, I need someone who has both some experience in this area but also a writer who is willing to do some research to expand their knowledge, too.
I'm looking for someone who can write articles about digital pianos for an upcoming website. These will be digital pianos that can be found on Amazon.com specifically.
I'm willing to let you write the articles in your own style and tone (if your writing is good, I'd even consider it OK to be in the first person). But I want it to be natural, flow well, and present the readers with quality pros and cons of each digital piano that's written, as well as talk about the brand, key features the piano has (or doesn't have) that makes it stand out, talk about the price of the piano, the quality of it, the sound it emits, it's unique digital functions and ability, and overall, what makes a digital piano such as the one you're reviewing better (or worse) than a traditional piano.
I'd like each article to be at least 1,000 words, so again, this would have to be a topic that you're already quite familiar with.
Now, granted, I don't expect you to know or have experience with *every* digital piano that's offered on a place like Amazon. But I'd like you to be very familiar with a lot of digital pianos, so much so that if you're asked to write an article on one that's on Amazon that you've never actually played or seen in person, you're experienced enough to know, based on its features and other research you may do on it, that you can write a quality post that may persuade someone who might be interested in the piano to look into it more and maybe even purchase it.
When you apply for this job, please let me know about your experience, please send one or two writing samples, let me know why you think you'd be a good fit for this job, and how much you'd like to be paid per article (which, again, I think I'd I'd like to be at least 1,000 words--although some can be a little shorter in length).