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Crowdsourcing Workshift > Find work > SEO Content Writer specialize in Japanse food, Japanse snacks - Regular job (1 post per week, total 4 or 5 blog posts)

Job name

SEO Content Writer specialize in Japanse food, Japanse snacks - Regular job (1 post per week, total 4 or 5 blog posts)

Area Limitation
United States
Project Budget JPY
3,000 yen to 10,000 yen
Job type
Project
Open End

Requirements

1. Area

United States

2. Need Identity Verification

No

3. Skills

Blog Writing

Description

1) Blog Writing (at least 3,000 words per post per week)
2) Social media post

We have two different kind of contents, writing style template
A) Food content
B) Product content

Blog article example is as follows
[Japanese Product article]
Ex : The 10 Best ______________ in 2019
Ex : What Are The Best ________________? - 10 Recommended
EX : ______________ life hack Ideas

[Japanese Food article]
Recipes with ________________
14 Ideas for ________________ into Dinner
Healthy ________________ Recipes


【2019-05-09 17:56:36追記】

This work has a trial test. In trial testing, it is necessary to submit one article based on the product designated by our company.

Introduction by Client and Background of Job

Made in Japan products are trusted by overseas customers. The high quality and safety of products made in Japan may be why Japanese hands are thought of as being dexterous and polite. Among products made in Japan, some that find their way to unexpected, even surprising places. In a survey of Japanese people, they were asked what they think is most amazing among products made in Japan. Here are some answers.

The “seams of the Parthenon pillars" got the most votes. The Parthenon, an ancient Greek architectural masterpiece that has been certified as a World Heritage Site, was repaired on a large scale in the 19th century. Kobe Steel’s titanium building material was first used in 1979 as a corrosion-resistant reinforcement. Second place went to Kono Works, a specialized manufacturer of medical devices that made "0.03mm surgical needle thread, the world's smallest diameter needle thread.” Thanks to this needle thread, even blood vessels of 0.1mm diameter can now be sutured, which had been impossible previously. The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry also awarded it the Japan Manufacturing Prize, which gave this Japanese product an official national endorsement. Next, in third place, was SDC Tanaka’s "screws that connect the ‘Hope’ to the International Space Station." These screws that connected the “Hope” Japanese Experiment Module to the International Space Station in 2008 were apparently made by SDC Tanaka when the company had only 22 employees.

Many more products made in Japan are loved the world over; for example, Rolex and Bulgari watch faces, the iPod mirror surface, and others.

If I also like “Made in Japan” and I want to convey it as a content writer ..

This is the job for YOU.

We are partnering with around 700 Japanese small and medium-sized companies, and we operate websites for international sales of Japanese products.

We expect

A minimum of two years in a technical writing role
High-level understanding of Japanese Product, Japanese Food, and Food Recipe
Degree in English, Journalism, or a related field, with proven, advanced skills in grammar, and technical editing and writing.
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment
Japanese conversation skill for co-work with Japanese teams.

About Fee

  • Project Budget (tax included)

    Client Desired Fee 3,000 yen to 10,000 yen
  • Details of remuneration

    報酬は1記事あたり 5000円です。

Posting Ends

2019-05-14

Desired Delivery Date

Delivery date unspecified

Attachment

Delivery Format

word file

Criteria for Hiring

Prohibitions

Others

Client information

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