Strong writing and self-editing ability. You should be able to produce coherent sentences, know what a sentence fragment is and how to avoid one, and know how to use punctuation. Your content will undergo editing by our staff prior to publication.
An established knowledge of products presently on the market. You do not need to know every product category's newest items, but knowledge in at least a few sectors is needed. For example, if you're a peripherals expert or a PSU expert, but lacking in knowledge regarding video cards, that's completely fine. Just let us know where you specialize and know the most. We want to assign content that is fun for you to write, so communicating those strong points is key.
No education background required. Professional training or experience in IT or PC hardware are bonuses, but also not required. Being a hardware enthusiast is required.
This is a remote position. You do not need to be located in the US, though that does make it easier.
- Please understand that GamersNexus is a technical website and requires technical knowledge. We dig a little deeper than distilling press releases.
Types of content: Buyer's guides, PC build guides, weekly sales posts, and occasional news pieces.
Professional or extensive benchmarking experience is not required, but do let us know if you've got some. That's never a bad thing.
Applying for Work
Because we are looking for contract work, there are potentially multiple one-off article opportunities for multiple people, or longer lasting options for folks with more diverse component knowledge. To apply, please send us a sample of your writing and some brief information about your specializations in PC hardware.
Compensation will be discussed via email. We will pay per content piece (fixed rates).
We are looking to fill this role by the 20th. Please reach out at your earliest convenience.