Freelance contributors wanted for real estate blog
I'm looking to bring on a few good bloggers to create content for the real estate blog I manage, blog.philadelphiarealestate.com.
Here's what we are looking for:
We need contributors who can write about developments affecting development and real estate in Philadelphia, especially in the neighborhoods of Center City and adjacent areas:
Avenue of the Arts
Art Museum Area
Callowhill Loft District
Logan Square/Franklin Town
Southwest Center City
Washington Square West
Ideally, our contributors should be able to attend things like civic association meetings, Zoning Board of Adjustment hearings, and community forums when such events include discussions of development, zoning or construction issues. We also want contributors who can write about subjects like architectural history – the stories behind interesting buildings in the city – or community activities and attributes – Home and School Association activities, community fairs or festivals, stories about community institutions or traditions. And we want people who can write clearly and engagingly about issues related to the buying and selling of homes: mortgages, market trends, tips for homeowners planning to sell or people planning to buy, and so on.
Here's what we expect from our contributors:
You should be able to contribute four short items (300 to 400 words each) on topics like these each week, accompanied by at least one photo or graphic. If you're good with a camera, so much the better, but we will also accept photos from sources (e.g., developers, real estate firms, public bodies, or images that can be used freely for commercial purposes).
Here's what you will get from us:
We will give you editorial feedback if stories need additional content or revision. You will receive $20 for each published blog post.
If you have any questions about any of this, please ask away! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions.
Sandy Smith, Wanderer in Germantown, Philadelphia
Editor-in-Chief, Philadelphia Real Estate Blog - but all opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone.
""Jazz and blogging are both intimate, improvisational, and individual -- but also inherently collective. And the audience talks over both." --Andrew Sullivan, "Why I Blog," The Atlantic, November 2008
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