Full-Time Remote Freelance Writer Needed at Directive

What we are looking for is a writer who can create highly technical content based on deep research at a fast and consistent pace. 

What you offer: You will have the opportunity to work on a groundbreaking category creation campaign. Directive is poised to lead our own new category of Customer Generation, and you can be part of that evolution (imagine if you could have joined Drift just as they coined Conversational Marketing). You’ll also get to work directly with the Directive marketing team,  including our CEO, Garrett Mehrguth, as we develop our brand voice and rebrand Directive’s website and content strategy to reflect our new Customer Generation focus. 

Roles & Responsibilities: You will be responsible for researching and writing featured articles, regular blog posts, and outlines for creative content like infographics and/or animated content to fill out Directive’s content calendar. Our goal is to maintain a publication rate of at least 3 pieces of original content per week, at least one of which must be an in-depth article leading back towards our soon-to-be-published Customer Generation page. All content must uphold the Directive standard of excellence and expertise and maintain our brand voice according to our refreshed Brand Voice Guidelines. 

About Us:

Directive does exceptional performance marketing for software brands that share our values. We redefine the global standard for how marketers work, live, and grow. Our goal is to empower and focus so much on our people that our clients consequently get better results.
At Directive, one of our core values is to put people first. We want to stick to our values and commit to fostering a more diverse and inclusive culture in the digital landscape. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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