We want to expand our team once again, so that we can provide more quality content to all our readers. We would like to know if any of you want to join us. If you are good at Windows, using computers and gadgets and you have good writing skills, then please contact us. Here’s more about what we want from and what we offer to our future team mates.
Subjects we are interested in
We are looking for editors to write on any of the following subjects:
- Windows 7 and Windows 8, plus applications running on these operating systems.
- Windows Phone 7 and beyond.
- Configuring consoles (Xbox, PS3, Wii) and making them work with Windows computers and devices.
- Interviewing skills: getting in touch with people worth featuring on our website, learning more about them and publishing interesting interviews.
You don’t have to be good at everything listed here. Being able to write on any of the above topics is just fine.
What do we want from our future colleague(s)
We want to be joined by a team member who is good at writing about technical subjects and is not afraid to get involved with testing and research.
We want somebody who honors commitments and does not promise work knowing that it can’t or won’t be completed.
We want a colleague who takes feedback as a pro and is willing to learn and improve his/her writing style according to the guidance received from the other members of the team.
We want a colleague willing and able to contribute at least one article per week.
What we offer (or don’t)
We offer the chance to join a team that is dedicated to providing quality content. We are proud that we do not copy other websites and we strive to come up with as many original and useful articles as we possibly can.
We cannot offer a daily job at this point. This is a collaboration that will work only as a secondary project, giving you a chance to learn and reach a great audience of Windows users. If your articles are of good quality, they will receive referrals from other websites, increasing your exposure and chances of getting even more exciting writing gigs in the future.
Each article is paid a flat fee, negotiated before we start the collaboration. We do not demand a certain number of words or other irrelevant evaluation criteria. More complex topics are always split into several articles, each paid separately. So, don’t worry if you have to do a lot of research and testing to write about a certain subject. We will find a way to ensure your work is fairly paid and our readers get some interesting articles from you.
How to apply
If you think this collaboration is a good fit, send an e-mail at 7tutorials [@] gmail [.] com. Please share some information about yourself and writing samples. We will reply to you and start the conversation about joining us.
We generally start by clarifying all the important details about how we will work together. If you are happy and willing to give it a try, then we give you a writing test on a subject we choose for you. If we like the end result, the test article gets paid and you are considered a member of the team. If we don’t, we end the conversation there and we guarantee not to use your test article in any way.