The Home Theater DIY is looking for writers! We have a ton of different article ideas, but not enough time to write them all!
How It Will Work
We come up with the title and some of the subheadings for articles we want to be written. Once we give you this information, it’s your job to do research and to write them.
The average word count for each of our articles is between 1200-1800 words. Sometimes we go less for very simple articles, and sometimes we go very high for complex articles. You’ll start off with very simple topics and as time goes on, you’ll be allowed to write about the more complex topics.
Writers start at 2 cents per word. So for a 1500 word article, the pay would be $30. As you gain experience writing for us, you’ll get more complex topics and your pay will increase.
What We’re Looking for in Writers
We’re definitely not looking for full-time employees. You will only be paid for each article that you write.
You DON’T have to a be a professional writer, but you will be required to use correct English spelling, grammar, punctuation, etc.
However, with The Home Theater DIY being a tech-based website, you WILL need a fair amount of technical knowledge. Things ranging from TVs, Soundbars, Speakers, Cables, etc. You don’t need to be an expert, but you should be comfortable explaining these topics without messing up different terminologies.
We want writers who can commit to writing 2-4 articles a month. Each article ranging from 1200 to 2500+ words.
If you have experience writing for a blog, that’s a big plus, but we’re really going to make our decisions based on a sample of your writing and your technical knowledge/experience.
How to Apply
Fill out the form below and attach a .doc file, .docx file, pdf, or provide a link to a 1000+ word article about any subject you think would be applicable to The Home Theater DIY. We guarantee that if we choose to use your article for our site, we will pay you for your work.
Please fill out the application form and attach or provide a link to your sample article. We will only be contacting applicants who we want to follow-up with for the next step of the application process, so we can’t guarantee that you’ll get a response. Either way, thank you for applying to write for us, and good luck with your future endeavors!