Magnet Media Photography Blogger Job Available

January 18, 2010

Work At Home Blogging

Magnet Media is seeking a regular blog contributor to produce editorially directed content of interest to photographers. Our audience ranges from serious amateurs to semi-professional, so while this position does not require a highly technical writer it does necessitate a deep knowledge and passion for photography.

All posts must contribute to furthering the blog’s editorial mission: “Helping photographers find success on their own terms – artistically, technically and financially ”. The blog features a strong selection of do-it-yourself (or “DIY”) focused content.


• Excellent writing ability
• Intimate knowledge of photography equipment, techniques and industry
• Previous experience writing blog content, ideally using WordPress
• An understanding of SEO optimized blog content and how to write “web-friendly” content
• Strong internet research skills to support content creation
• Ability to create 300-600 word posts up to three times a day, Monday through Friday, reliably delivering on deadline

An ideal candidate will possess an ability and desire to promote the blog through strong connections in photography community on the web and a personal social media presence.

This job is compensated on a flat fee, per post basis. The starting rate is $5-$10 per post, based on track record in photography industry, writing ability, web-savvy, personal notoriety and ability to drive traffic to blog content.

As reliability, talent and traffic are proven, a traffic-based revenue incentives may be offered. Our top blog contributors are expected to make thousands of dollars a month in exchange for a commitment to regular posts and traffic driving.

To Apply:
Interested parties should send a cover letter summarizing your blog writing experience, resume, links to any current web-presence, social media stats and a photography related blog post writing sample to Sophia Betz – sbetz [at]

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