is looking for new bloggers. We're expanding our stable of freelance writers and know that our readers are often valuable contributors to the site. We think they can be great writers, too. If you like what you read here, why not join the team and get paid to participate? We will be taking on someone soon, so get your applications (explained below) in as soon as possible.
A good candidate must exhibit:
We also require that you:
- Prolific knowledge of the auto industry and/or green auto scene
- Ability to write with wit, concision and authority
- Consistent schedule
- Self motivation
- A demonstrated passion for autos
Here's how to apply.
- Possess a fast computer (laptops are best) and fast Internet connection
- Own a decent digital camera
- Have the software and knowledge to create and manipulate photos
- Are available to blog on an almost daily basis
- Keep a valid drivers license
Send applications to email@example.com. Your email should have no attachments except for a resume (if you want) and include the following information inside the email.
- A subject line with your full name
- Your full contact information including physical address, email, daytime/evening phone numbers, IM user IDs
- Brief bio of yourself telling us why you're the right blogger for the job
- Three sample posts written in the AutoblogGreen style
- A list of car(s) you currently own or a description of how you use alternate transportation
- Three suggestions on how to improve AutoblogGreen
- Your nomination for 2006 best auto (or green car trend) of the year and why
We'll only consider complete applications that come with no more than a resume attached to the email. Due to the large volume of applications expected, we unfortunately cannot respond to each and every one. If you've made the cut past the first round, we'll contact you and go from there. If you've applied before we hope you apply again, as we appreciate each and every person who considers joining our team. By the way, you may have seen this call for writers posted over at sister site Autoblog last week, but we wanted to catch those of you who didn't see that post.