Do you love trying out the latest apps to get work done? Are you always on the lookout for tips and tricks that will help you be more productive? Do you have proven writing experience and a knack for talking about complicated topics so even beginners can understand them?
If that describes you, we’d love to talk. Zapier is building a team of freelance writers to contribute on a regular basis to the Zapier blog, our partners’ blogs, and our Zaps template collection example.
Zapier Blog: We’re looking for long-form write-ups (2,500 or more words), such as tutorials and guides centered on apps used by professionals. We’ll commission two pieces of content per month.
Zapier Partner Blogs You might write anything from 500-word case studies to 800-word step-by-step tutorials. We’ll commission one piece of of content per week.
Zap Templates: You’ll write 30-50 words on how an integration is helpful to professionals. We’ll commission around 10 Zaps per week, ramping up to 20 Zaps per week after a couple of months.
Nearly 2 million professionals have turned to Zapier’s app automation tool to get work done by integrating the services that run their business. From connecting form apps such as Wufoo and Typeform to databases like Salesforce CRM and Google Sheets, Zapier’s audience is driven to increase their business’s’ efficiency and effectiveness.
The Zapier Blog is read by over 4 million visitors monthly, has more than 100,000 newsletter subscribers, and has received recognition from sites like Pocket, Growth Hackers, and Inc.com.
Zapier’s integration partner network is filled with nearly 1,000 SaaS companies, such as Slack, Trello, and Zendesk, and, through co-marketing efforts, we regularly team up to educate our mutual users. Every week, Zapier-focused content is published on one of hundreds of Partner Blogs, sharing tutorials and tips.
For a quick start to automating apps, thousands of Zapier website visitors each week turn to Zap Templates
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