WRITING SUBMISSION REQUIRED
We are seeking a project-based, part-time, contractor for creating compelling blogs. We’re looking for someone with a proven track record of producing pieces that increase engagement and drive traffic.
This position requires a high level of resourcefulness, as well as the ability to use data-driven insights to write better material. The successful candidate should also be detail-oriented and committed to meeting deadlines. Preference will be given to those with a strong writing portfolio, and the ability to understand and communicate with athletes, athletic background and/or education.
· Regularly research and produce blog articles including photos to accompany each article
· Research topics provided to create engaging, informative articles
· Use SEO best practices when writing including conducting keyword research to enhance traffic to our site including things like writing title tags, meta descriptions and alt-text
· Produce original content
Writing Sample Submission
Show us with your writing and creativity!
If you are interested in joining our team as a consistent contributor to our blog, we ask that you provide a writing sample.
Subject: How to optimize treadmill workouts
Length: 300 – 600 words
Title: Create your own title based on your creativity, tone, traffic driver, seo…
Content Goal: The goal of this writing sample and ALL of your writing for the Tri Right Coaching is to engage our readers, get readers to contact us if they need help, promote conversation, and promote SHARING so that other bloggers and others will want to “share”.
Alternate: If you have a previously written article on an athletic-type subject, we will accept it
Projects on social media channels may be included for the right person. Familiarity with Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, SnapChat and TikTok a plus.
Please email your writing sample to email@example.com and include your time availability and hourly / per-article rate.
About Coach MJ
How I went from a middle of the pack to elite athlete and 2-time Kona Qualifier.
Before I helped hundreds of athletes navigate through training.
Before my 99% success record of helping athletes finish their first Ironman.
Before I was able to figure out what the ideal training formula as, I was a scared, naïve athlete.
I tried using triathlon training books.
I tried using the free online training programs.
I posted in online triathlon forums and groups for information and advice.
I worked with several different triathlon coaches who never really seemed to listen to ME.
See, I knew I wanted to succeed in the sport of triathlon. I loved the sport that had given so much back to me. I wanted to be able to help others achieve their goals and feel empowered through triathlon success, just like I had.
Through education, trial and error and dozens upon dozens of clinics, seminars, courses and certifications, I traded in my corporate job to become a full-time triathlon coach.
I achieved all my triathlon goals and I was now determined to help other athletes achieve theirs-
-Without experiencing tremendous amounts of trial and error
-Without investing hundreds or thousands of dollars in needless equipment
-Without the second-guessing and time investment into creating each workout
I wanted to put people on the straight path to athletic success.
I am able to do this because I teach what I know.
I want to give you all the shortcuts I wish I knew way back when.
I want you to know that quality over quantity always wins in terms of your training.
I want to give you that objective opinion, that voice of reason for those situations you just aren’t sure how to handle.