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We're looking for a new writer for the Econsultancy blog, to work in our London office.
Are you interested?
Working off Oxford Street, you'll be sharing offices with our sister brands, including Marketing Week and Creative Review, and taking responsibility for crafting great articles on digital marketing and ecommerce.
If you're a regular reader of the blog, you'll know that we create original and unique (and hopefully evergreen) content. That means you'll have the freedom to explore the marketing and advertising industries, without being tied to a news beat.
Evergreen content should be interesting to write, as well as read, a challenge that our editorial staff enjoys rising to.
Luckily, Chris Lake has already written an article describing what it takes to write for Econsultancy. Here's a summary:
- Writing with rhythm or tempo.
- Asking the right questions.
- Giving opinion backed by facts.
- A handle on data and analytical skills.
- No guff.
- Get up and go.
- A desire to learn.
You don't have to be a trained journalist (we currently only have one, our editor, David Moth). But we want to know you can write well, and just as importantly, that you're fascinated by digital and ecommerce.
- Smart colleagues.
- Smart community.
How to apply
Head over to the Econsultancy Jobs listing. We look forward to working with you.