We’re building a top-tier content team to go after the B2B search category.
One of the key roles on that team is to upload and configure all the new posts that need publishing. The stakes are high, several elements on every post need to go out perfectly every time.
That’s where you come in. You’ll be uploading content, putting the final touches on each post, and hitting the publish button yourself. You’re the final gate keeper before content goes live.
- Upload content from Google Docs into WordPress.
- Configure all required WordPress settings.
- Edit and clean HTML as needed within each post.
- Edit settings for shortcodes within WordPress.
- Publish new posts.
- Update internal documentation that tracks each post.
How to Tell If You’ll be a Great Fit
- You enjoy roles that involve completing the same task over and over again. This role is extremely repetitive.
- You’re extremely detailed oriented. You’ll be the last person to touch each post before it’s published. While many typos and mistakes can be fixed later, there are several elements on each post that must be 100% correct every time. You should be the type of person that insists on double, triple, and quadruple checking these items on every post. Even after you’ve published thousands of them.
- Editing HTML should be very comfortable for you. Having to upload and edit an entire post in WordPress using only the HTML editor should not be be a scary task. You should also be able to identify messy inline styling or HTML elements that should be simplified. While you won’t have to code any CSS, you will be editing lots of HTML elements and WordPress shortcodes.
- WordPress should be second nature to you. If this is the first time you’ve worked on a WordPress site, this role is not a good fit.
- Initially, this will be a contractor role. You’ll be paid per upload. As our program builds, it could turn into a full-time role down the road.
- No education or certifications required.
- Must be US-based.
- 100% remote company, work from anywhere you like.
How to Apply
- What is your process for verifying that all the WordPress settings are correct?
- Let’s say a critical error is discovered on a previous post that was already published. What would be your next steps?
- What’s your experience with WordPress?
- What would you prefer to earn for each post upload?