Data Overhaulers is looking for writers!
We have so much information we want to share with the internet and not enough time to write it all, so we’ve decided that it’s time to bring some writers on board that want to write with us and get paid.
How it’ll work
At this point, we’ll come up with a headline and also provide an initial outline. We provide a research tool, but you also have the freedom to share your experience or use your own research.
For each article, we’ll state how many words it should be. Then, when you’ve finished writing it, we’ll look it over and when we think it’s ready, we’ll publish it.
For most of our articles, we target about 1500-1750 words. For these articles, we will pay 4 cents per word which comes out to about $60-70 for articles that we publish. We pay via Paypal or Payoneer within 2 business days of publishing the article.
As you gain experience writing for us, you’ll get more flexibility in choosing your topics and outlining and writing articles as you like. As we move in that direction, your pay will increase.
What we’re looking for in writers
We’re not looking to hire full-time employees. We just want to pay you for the articles you write.
You do not have to be a professional writer, but we do need people who can use correct English spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
Our goal is to hire tech enthusiasts with spare time who can commit to writing two to three (2-3) articles per month and do the research that goes into that.
If you have experience writing for a blog, that’s a big plus, but we’re really going to make our decisions based on a paid sample of your writing.
How to apply to write with us
- Send us a message on Telegram that includes the word aardvark.
- We’ll direct message you requesting a link to one of your recent writing samples.
- If selected, we’ll reply to you with a link to an article in our writing queue on Frase.io.
We’re highly motivated to pay you for your work and guarantee that if we choose to use your article for our site, we will pay you for your work at the rate described earlier.