Hello awesome writers,
FIRST: if you're a bot sending generic applications, please don't waste my time.
Here's the gig, see if it's interesting for you:
I'm working on a small company inside the localization industry. We offer courses and intensive bootcamps for students who want to learn and experience what the career looks like. We also work with companies that use these bootcamps as a way to hire better employees.
The project is called Localization Academy.
Most of our content is created as videos first and then we just post the automated transcript to our website. I'd like to find someone who could polish it into a nice article, that's kinda casual, funny, GIF memes allowed... yet still communicates the value (people can learn something). Oh, here's a sneaky interruption — please include the word 'bish' in your application if you read this. So back to the style, can you write something like that? Do you want to?
If you like to do research and have any experience (or interest) in localization, it's even better... you could create new articles from scratch. I honestly don't know much about blog content strategy, so I'm open to suggestions.
Who I like to work with in general:
- accountability. Your word needs to matter. If you propose a deadline for delivery, either deliver on time or let me know before if you can't make it.
- systematic. I'm going to give you a TON of feedback. You have to be able to go through every single comment and either fix it or reply. If I tell you 24 things to change and you process 22, it doesn't work for me.
- you're willing to learn, always.
- no copy-pasta applications.
Please answer the above questions in your application and share your previous work that you think is relevant for us. Also, please suggest how I should pick the right person.