Were you the first of your friends to get into Tiger King? Or maybe you’re still obsessing about Abducted in Plain Sight three years after it came out. If you’re a fan of the true crime genre, there might be a lot of money in sharing your thoughts. FreeUp is hiring a “True Crime Connoisseur,” a freelance writing gig covering true crime media.
Here’s what you need to know if you’re interested.
Remote Pop Culture Writer Job
FreeUp is a job marketplace for freelancers that connects them with remote gigs around the country. One of FreeUp’s clients is looking for a true crime fan with a knack for writing. The job would require the writer to stay up to date with the true crime genre, binging shows, movies, podcasts, etc. In addition, they will need to write 10 blogs each week on the latest news, buzz, or trends.
The role is part-time, asking for two days a week and paying $350 per day. The position is expected to last six months but could be extended depending on how the writer performs. The ideal candidate, according to the job posting, has:
- Past experience blog writing and engaging audiences on social platforms
- Strong writing skills
- Interest in the true crime genre
- A steady internet connection
Although FreeUp is based in California, this remote position is open to anyone nationwide. Beware, however, that the company is expecting a high volume of applicants.
“This is going to be a dream job for a lot of people and we’re anticipating a lot of applications so I would urge any candidates to triple check their submissions before sending,” Matt Harrison, FreeUp’s CEO, said in a statement.
You can find all the information about the job here. Good luck, and happy binging!