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Copywriter to write 3 workplace wellbeing blogs

Category:
Content Creation
Suitable for:
Freelancer
Location:
Remote (though we are based in Berwick, East Sussex)
Closed:
18 Jan 2023

About the brief

We are the UK’s leading ergonomics company and need additional resource for our blog (25,000 pageviews per month) while our Content Editor is working on other projects. We write about workplace wellbeing in a wide sense. The themes for the blogs will be as follows:

•A write-up of an existing webinar about ‘Understanding ADHD in the workplace’ using extracts from the transcript and promoting our neurodiversity assessments and support.

•‘Do you find working from home lonely?’ using answers (both statistics and comments) to our survey we will supply you and your ideas for resolving loneliness while WFH.

•A review of 2 books and a podcast relating to mental and physical health, and showing how their tips could help you at work: ‘Menopausing’ by Davina McCall, ‘Are You Really OK?’ by Roman Kemp and ‘Just One Thing - with Michael Mosley’ Radio 4 podcast. You won’t of course be expected to read the books in full – just pull out two interesting points from each relating to confidence or anxiety or good health at work.

OR This will be a blog regarding our product Aeramax. TBC.

The blogs should be at least 1,200 words each. You must research the topic, include links to services, products and content on our site and are welcome to link to other people’s interesting content. Please supply the meta title, meta description and keywords as well as the blog.

Deadline will be 23 Jan for the first blog and then 1 February for the other two. The fee must include your time on making requested amends.

In addition to your bio and experience, please send me links to a couple of your blogs, the more relevant to health, productivity or corporate life the better!

Budget:
£700

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