We're looking for a part-time Web content writer paid weekly through Rent-a-Coder. The content that you will be writing are a series of articles for a membership site. We're looking for 4 articles/month for a trial period of 2 months (60 days). This is technical writing and the author(s) have to have a strong working knowledge of Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
Our motto is: Earn More; Work Less. Topics will include productivity shortcuts: using keystrokes, plugins, macros, actions, scripting, batch files, automation and templates. Another thing we would like is access to sources of plug-ins or templates, preferably free, for download.
This posting is best suited to a native English speaker or a non-native with an excellent grasp of the language. Correct use of the English language is a MUST. Writing must make grammatical sense.
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We will require a trial article written as a test of quality. If it measures up, you'll be paid a fee of $35.00. If you have the ability to create video, we will also want a 1-2 minute sample, as well.
If you fit this description and are confident that you can write for us there is the possibility of consistent weekly work here through Rentacoder.
Payment will be released at the end of the bid.
We will provide you with batches of 2 articles at a time and require 1 article sent in per week. We will be working closely with the winner of the bid so please give us your best offer. Please don't make a bid unless you are sure you can complete 1 article per week.
Please make your weekly bid and we'll go from there.
Questions? Let us know!!
Operating Systems: On the PC, Windows XP/Vista.
This writing will involve writing to one or more keywords.
Article length - between 5 - 800 words per article. All written content needs to be delivered as a Windows RTF file.
Screen shots need to fit a size of 500 pixels wide, maximum. Also, an icon of no more than 80x80 pixels will also be required. (We personally use SnagIt, though you might have a different application.) All JPEG screen shots must be saved at 100% quality - anything less can cause degradation in the image. GIF images should be saved at 256 colors or the best setting if there are few colors. This is to minimize image degradation and color shifting. The finished article will also include a PSD file.
IMPORTANT: Each tutorial needs to be written in a step-by-step format. Don't assume that the reader knows what you're talking about; if you have any doubts, write it down. Also, consider your audience. Write as if you are speaking to someone ten years old.