Freelance Writing Job with SalesFolk

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Freelance Writing Job with SalesFolk

SalesFolk is seeking an experienced freelance content writer. This is currently a contract position, but may become a full-time role in the future.

Compensation for this freelance position is competitive and will be based upon experience.

From the company:

“We’re looking for an experienced content writer/blogger to help us scale up our existing content creation efforts. This person should have experience with business (B2B) blogging and should have published writing samples ready.

“We already have a large and highly engaged audience of decision makers in the C-suite, with an emphasis on sales professionals. We also have existing partnerships with major publication channels. Therefore, anything you write will be viewed by thousands (if not millions) of business professionals.”

Requirements (from work-at-home job listing):

  • Familiar with WordPress, Slack and Google Docs
  • 2+ years of writing for B2B audiences
  • Published samples of business/sales writing

Desired, But Not Required (from listing):

  • Experience or knowledge with inside sales or email marketing
  • Knowledge of SaaS and sales technology/processes
  • Experience producing and repurposing ‘evergreen’ content

This freelance position does offer the opportunity for advancement. Bonuses are available with excellent performance.

If interested in this work at home position, please see the original freelance employment listing. Good luck!

If you’d like to learn more about starting a lucrative freelance writing career, read my earlier post: Start a Lucrative Freelance Writing Business from Home!

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