Yes, we’re hiring.
FinanceWalk is growing rapidly and to make it more accessible to readers, I have added one more aspect…I am now accepting posts from financial writers.
Relevant and useful posts are one of the major factors in adding value to our readers.
I’m looking for great writers to contribute articles here on regular basis.
So far, I (Avadhut) have created most of the content and have heavily edited the rest.
And that worked well – we’ve had 200,000 visitors since August 2014, with traffic doubling every 6 months.
And, now I plan to add significant value to our readers by bringing on contributors.
I’m planning to hire finance writers on freelancing basis. That means, I will provide the topics and writers will write on the given topic.
I’m primarily looking for writers who have either worked in finance or very well-versed with finance area.
The idea is to focus on How-to, problem-solving, and well-researched guides.
The work can be either paid or with benefit of back-linking.
Guidelines for FinanceWalk writers
- 100% original, no spun content.
- Minimum use of jargon, focus should be on simplifying concepts.
- Articles must be well researched and comprehensive with facts & figures and case studies, providing high value to our readers.
- Articles must contain SEO friendly titles, with the primary keyword somewhere in the title.
- The article must be Search Engine Optimized (SEO).
- No grammar and/or spelling mistakes.
- We retain full rights to the work after payment. In case of back-links no payment would be made.
- You must know the categories mentioned below inside and out.
- You must be a great communicator. You don’t have to be a PR person, but you should be able to write clearly and simplify concepts so well that even a 12-year old understands them.
Equity Research Career, Financial Modeling, Investment Banking Career, Hedge Fund and Private Equity Career, Financial Analysis career, Financial Analysis using Excel, Job Interviews,and GMAT for MBA.
What I’m NOT looking for
News stories, personal finance, credit cards, money management, gossip, stock analysis, etc.
Please use headings, sub-headings, bold, italics, lists, etc in your post to make it more engaging. if you are writing long plain text, no one is going to read that.
Your post should be more than 1500 words long at least. That’s true, I’m only accepting well researched and comprehensive posts here on FinanceWalk. So please don’t submit short posts as I won’t be able to publish them.
Image a must
Don’t forget to include 1-2 images matching your posts. If you are sharing someone else’s image, please add a credit note for them.
Your post will be published at Financewalk.com only. It could not be republished or used anywhere in any form. With this, you are giving us the ownership of your submitted content.
Big No to copy paste
Your post should be written by you and not copy pasted from some other source.
You can work from anywhere you want since this is 100% online. This is not a full-time job.
If you’re a guest blogger, you will get a back-link to your blog. If you’re a freelance writer, you’ll be paid based on content quality and market rate.
You can add up to 2 links in your profile section. One of these links can be for your website home page and another could be for your profile on popular social media websites like Google Plus, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn etc. So No SEO Optimized Links in your Bio Section please. These two links will be shown towards the end of your guest post. No self promotional links in guest post body please. But we are recommending to add links to most trusted and popular websites in your niche and in general.
Here is a sample showing the kind of links you can expect getting in return for a guest post on FinanceWalk:
That’s all from my side. Let me know if you need more details.
If you’re interested, kindly email me some samples and a short paragraph about you.