Do you want to write for us?

Are you a writer who loves to watch the hit US dramas on television? Or are you a newbie/junior writer who wants to jumpstart a home-based freelance writing career in television drama reviews mentored by some of the best editors around?

If you are, then why not write for us!

You can earn at least AUD 250 every month just by writing 5 TV drama reviews daily (5 days a week). You can definitely earn more if you are a fast writer and increase your daily production. In addition, an editor will be there to guide you and mentor you as you write your articles.

You can start as freelance, but if we find you good enough for our team and your work is superb, we will offer you a higher rate for your articles. We may also offer you a full-time position with a higher salary plus performance incentives!

What we need from the writers:

  • can submit at least 5 TV drama reviews daily. Articles are in news/TV review format, preferably around 350-550 words
  • willing to be online/logged in on Skype from 6 AM to 2 PM Manila/Philippine time
  • can write in English well
  • can research content from the Internet and quickly write/rewrite about them. Writers may quote sources available online, with proper attribution and copyright issues strictly followed. We check if you have plagiarized content.
  • If you are a TV drama junkie, that is an advantage. We will however train the right candidate to write about television dramas.
  • Be willing to be trained and screened. Screening includes grammar and essay tests, as well as writing a sample article (unpaid)
  • Be willing to accept payment monthly for work. We can pay through PayPal, although we prefer paying you through bank deposit
  • Easy daily access to the Internet

If you feel you’re a fit, send us an email containing a cover letter, resume, work experience (if any), and work samples. If we feel you have the potential, we will contact you. Include in the cover letter your answers to the following questions:

  • Why do you think we should consider you for the job? Why should we choose you instead of the other candidates?
  • How did you find about this job?
  • If there is one television drama that I should watch right now, what is it and why should I watch it?
  • Tell us the most memorable television drama ending/episode you’ve watched. Why is it memorable to you?

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Email Us at [email protected] with your resume.