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Reference: 62304

Date Added: 22 August 2017
Closing Date: 21 October 2017

Job Title: Bloggers

Working For: Tremr

Location: Internet

Salary: None

Job Details

Are you an aspiring journalist/blogger with great social media skills?

Tremr.com is a social journalism and blogging platform where writers post articles on a myriad of issues, enabling them to reach new audiences and increase their online presence. It's run by a group of individuals passionate about democratising debate and the way we report our world.

We are seeking enthusiastic people looking to be the next big thing in political blogging. Writing on Tremr will build your readership and expose your writing to a fast-growing, politically engaged audience.

The Ideal Tremr writer will...

  • Write articles that can wow our audience.
  • Participate in debate and discussion on the site.
  • Share their articles on social media (if it's good, we'll retweet and share!)
  • Be knowledgeable in politics, current affairs or other serious topics.

And if you've got your own blog, we're happy with you cross-posting on your Tremr page.

W4MP Note:
The role being advertised is a voluntary one. As such, there are no set hours and responsibilities and you should be free to come and go as you wish. If the post demands set hours and/or has a specific job description you may be deemed to be a ‘worker’ and be covered by National Minimum Wage/National Living Wage legislation. See http://www.w4mp.org/jobs-listings-events/jobs/
advertising-jobs-with-w4mp/volunteers/what-is-the-national-minimum-wage/
for more information about National Minimum Wage/National Living Wage.

Closing Date: 21 October 2017

Interview/Start Dates

There are no formal interviews for this post.

Application Details

Send an email to amadeus@tremr.com with details of your previous/current writing experience. If you have a blog, include the URL in the email.
All applicants that apply will be notified as to whether they have been successful or not.

Website: https://www.tremr.com/

Additional Notes