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Motorcycle Blog Writer Job Available

Join the USRN News Crew!

USRiderNews is looking for a guest blogger!   Have you thought about starting a website or blog  to reach motorcycle riders and owners?  Why go through the hassle when we have a huge audience waiting for you!  Our website receives over 1,000 unique visits per day and our Facebook Fan page has 29K + fans with 1 million post views per month.
If you have good English skills and love to write, and are looking to break into the motorcycle industry, you just might be the person we’re looking for!   Build your audience on USRiderNews while building your brand and name recognition.
Your duties;
1. Write 3-4 blog posts per week
2. Post to Facebook and Twitter using Hootsuite
2. Moderate the comments to your posts and participate and fuel the discussions

You will have free creative license with your writing as long as your posts are relevant to the motorcycle owner. You can reference other websites as long as you do not violate copyright law and the Fair Use Doctrine.  We’ll work with you to help come up with ideas for the week’s posts. Some thoughts include reporting on industry news, case studies, editorial analysis etc.

We require someone who is capable with:
Social media
Blogging
Schedule management

Compensation: You are paid $100 for the first 50 articles that meet our guidelines.  After the first 50 articles you are paid $3-$5 per article (300-500 word minimum)

All content is reviewed before posting to the site.

To apply, send samples of your work or a link to a website where you have work published to editor@usridernews.com

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