Native Spanish-Speaking Freelance Writers Wanted for News Content at L

Start your New Year with a new source of income. Interested in current news and entertainment? Why not write about it? Skyword is currently hiring freelance writers who have an interest in current events, entertainment and lifestyle news topics. Skyword is the leading Search-Driven Media Company. Each month, Skyword freelance writers create more than 8,000 pieces of content that reach more than 9M people worldwide through our network of owned-and-operated properties and for partner properties operated by leading consumer brands. Skyword is looking for freelance native Spanish-language writers to share their own perspective on news-related topics. Writers will create content that will appear on ImpreMedia, the No. 1 Hispanic News and Information Company in the U.S. in online and print. Writers are paid to create content on national and international news stories, entertainment, sports, lifestyle and technology news. Writers are trained to write according to Skyword’s style guide and content standards and on ways to increase readership for maximum pickup from search engines, other media sites, blogs, and social networks.

Skyword is currently hiring freelance writers in the following categories: • National and International News • Entertainment Gossip • Sports • Lifestyle • Technology Please choose your top three categories in which you would like to write. Requirements: • Native Spanish speaker/writer • Writers should be comfortable committing to creating 10-15 original articles per month of 150-500 words in length • Complete an online training program

Payment: Writers can earn hundreds or more per month and are paid: Per article: $2.50-$10 for any article posted on Skyword that receives a minimum of 250 unique page views and Monthly Bonus: $25-$100 based on the popularity of their writing throughout the month

If you are interested in becoming a freelance writer for Skyword, please register for an account and fill out an application at

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