I'm looking to hire excellent writers to provide content for an upcoming website. The site will be an online information resource for independent hip-hop/r&b artists. As such, I'm really looking for people to provide high-quality and expert content in the following areas, and I am willing to pay a competitive rate for professional-level work:
Music Business (Marketing, Legal, Music Industry)
Music Production (Audio Engineering Etc.)
Musicianship (Lyric Writing, Songwriting,etc.)
The content would essentially be either industry information relevant to hip-hop/r&b artists (such as basic info about copyrights etc.), how-to articles (i.e how to setup a publishing company), or even checklists. The main idea is that it needs to be easy to read, but also highly actionable. I have sample concepts in mind, but would certainly welcome and appreciate concepts from writers. At the bottom of the list, I've included some sample topics.
* The ideal candidates can not only research and write about one (or more of these areas), but also be able to write it in a compelling and easy to understand manner. The audience for our site will range from 18-35, thus, it is imperative for someone writing about Music Copyrights for example, to be able to articulate it to someone who knows nothing about the legalities of copyrights at all.
* The position will not a steady position, but rather, I'm looking for a few good writers that I can call on for content as needed. I'd love to establish a fair per article/rate, and then be able to reach out to the writer as needed on a per article basis. The 100 fixed price is a place-holder. My aim is quality articles over quantity. It may be contributing a one article one month, 0 the following month, and then 4 the month after that.
* Candidates with experience in the subject matter areas would be preferred (i.e paralegals that work with copyright cases or people who have managed bands), but I would also be interested in candidates with excellent research abilities that wouldn't mind interviewing and reaching out to people, websites, or other sources to get information.
Business: Copyright Basics, How To Start Growing Your Fan Base With Facebook, How To Setup A Music Publishing Company
Audio: Top 10 Microphones For Hip-Hop, 7 Reasons Why Your Vocal Sound Doesn't Sound Like The Pros
Any questions, please just ask.