Fashion Blogger Wanted

Our fashion site is looking for a talented writer to discuss a specific section of the fashion industry from a consumer perspective.

Writers must be fluent English speakers and able to write articles with 100% perfect grammar and spelling. In addition the writer should be able to inject personality and flavor into the post while remaining relatively impartial.

The position will entail:
– Writing daily posts
– Writing short overviews of individual products
– Subscribing to RSS Feeds to source fashion news and posting it.
– Keyword research to help you write titles that include words people are searching for.
– Adding links within posts to relevant pages.

– Payment is approx. $10/hr but varies depending on your writing speed and efficiency. Blog posts will fall in the range of around 200 words. Each post should take approx. 20-30 minutes to complete depending on your writing speed.

– The blogging platform is WordPress. Some basic HTML knowledge is preferred but not essential.

– Full training will be given.

– It will start at around 1 post a day but you may increase to 5 or more posts if you want to as time goes on.

– Bonuses will also be awarded for posts that attract a lot of attention and there will be an opportunity to write features.

===How to Apply===

Please ensure you follow this exactly or your application may be automatically deleted.

– Send an email to: [email protected]
– Use the subject line: Fashion Blogger Application: ‘Your Name’
– Include any details about yourself that you feel are relevant to this position including past experience.

We will then follow up with more details on the position.


  1. Patrice says

    I certainly wouldn’t discourage anyone from applying for this job, but I wonder why the employer can’t simply come out and say how much they pay per post. They say $10.00 an hour depending on how fast you write. But if each post takes from 20 to 30 minutes, then it would seem that they are paying around $3.00 to $5.00 per post. And if you’re only going to write one post per day in the beginning, the hourly wage is pretty much irrelevant. So why don’t they come right out and give a per post rate? Maybe it’s low, but there’s nothing wrong with that. Every writer, and every blog, has got to start out somewhere. I just can’t help but be suspicious of employers who feel the need to dangle an hourly wage in front of applicants, as if that will increase their pool of more experienced writers. Most experienced freelancers have a pretty good idea how long it will take them to write a 200 word blog post anyway. Maybe this is just my pet peeve. Is anyone else out there tired of employers who start out by posting an hourly rate, only to tip you off later on that they are paying by the piece? It just makes me feel that the employer is somewhat less than honest even if this is far from the case. And I’m sure the decent employers don’t want to give that impression.
    Well, this is a long post. Thanks Deb and Jody for the opportunity to get it off my chest. I’d be interested in what others think.


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