Bloggers/Writers Wanted for New Startup
Are you an engaging writer/blogger who's passionate about any of the following subjects?
Health and Fitness or Sports?
Vacationing and Travelling the world?
Food and Nutrition, Wine or Cooking?
Business and Marketing?
Personal Finance and Wealth Building?
The Latest in Fashion and Trendy Stuff?
Hot Cars, Green vehicles or SUVs?
Family stuff and Homemaking?
If so, and you're savvy enough to know the potential of breaking in at beginning of the web's next big startup company, then boy, do we have a deal for you!
If you're passionate about any topic related to the subjects above, can commit to writing 3, 200+ word blog posts per day, 5 days a week and write consistently with authority, flair and know how to use a spell checker, here's what we have to offer you...
In mid July, 2007, we're launching a large blogging startup company and community. We'll set you up with a blog, take care of the tech issues, find revenue streams for you, drive targeted traffic to your blog and pay you 75% of all contextual ad (CA) revenue generated by what you write, for as long as you write for us.
Plus++ As traffic and revenue grows, we'll be setting up lucrative bonus plans for top performers.
Because this network is so new and we don't want too many details leaking out before launch (crunch) time, we'll be contacting applicants over the next few weeks and giving them more information.
It's going to be a wild ride and we only want the best, most passionate writers to share it with us.
Join us now.
How to apply
Just use the email address below to email me a brief bio about yourself (short resume or CV of your writing talents and niche expertise), the subject you'd like to write about (suggestions are cool), and links to about 3 examples of your writing currently published on the web. Those examples can be on your own existing blogs or sites, or published elsewhere.
Use this as the subject of your email:
SP Blogger Partnership Application
Please email me your Resume/CV and links to examples of your writing only, not examples of your writing right in the email itself.
pshort at gmail dot com
Posted on: 06/11