Do you have a passion for writing and an interest in personal finance, small businesses, FinTech, and/or cryptocurrencies? We are looking for experienced writers that are interested in being regular contributors to Dyer News.
Dyer News is one of the fastest growing sites in the personal finance arena. Dyer News publishes daily news stories as well as in depth feature articles and product reviews. We are currently looking for writers with a strong attention to detail and research willing to contribute engaging, informative posts on a range of topics related to personal finance, small businesses, and the growing FinTech and cryptocurrency markets. Knowledge in one or more of these areas through direct experience or advanced education is preferred.
What You Bring:
- Write in an engaging style that appeals to readers across a range of ages. (Our core audience is 25-55 year olds.)
- Experience researching financial subjects and being able to write clearly about those subjects in an easy to understand writing style.
- Demonstrated ability to write authoritative product reviews, including summarizing key features/benefits in bullet points and tables/charts.
- Ideally you have the capability of writing in depth feature articles (3,000+ words each) in addition to shorter more timely articles.
If you are interested in becoming a regular contributor to Dyer News send an email with the subject title “Contribute DN” to email@example.com. Any email received without “Contribute DN” as the exact subject title will be automatically rejected. In your email include 3 article titles and summaries that you are interested in writing. Also, include at least 2 links to similar articles you have published before.
We do on occasion except guest posts. If you have an exceptional article that you would like to publish on Dyer News send an email with the exact subject title “Guest Post DN” to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the title and a thorough summary of the article. Any email without the exact subject title “Guest Post DN” will be rejected automatically.