Marketing Copywriter - Freelance

Location: (Multiple states)

Department: Production

Type: Contracted

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Location: Preferably based in the continental U.S.

We are looking for freelance content marketing specialists who can research and craft compelling copy for a variety of audiences and formats, such as e-books, infographics, motion graphics, white papers, interactives, websites, blog posts, and social ad copy.

Here’s what you’ll do:

  • Write engaging copy for brands across different industries, audiences, and brand voices
  • Conduct in-depth research with a high degree of journalistic integrity
  • Adhere to style guides set by clients or internal teams
  • Submit polished drafts on time, every time
  • Discover stories within data sets and data points to support stories
  • Maintain a clear channel of communication with C5 production and editorial staff

Here are the requirements:

  • Understanding of content marketing in practice
  • Experience writing short- or long-form marketing copy
  • Ability to craft copy in a variety of voices and tones
  • Willingness to ask questions for clarity on an assignment or task
  • Reliable—you never miss a deadline
  • Superior communication and follow-through skills
  • Relevant writing samples
  • Ability to analyze, interpret, and verify data sets a plus

If you’re interested in applying and embody all—not some—of the things we look for in a freelance writer, we’d love to hear from you.

To apply, please submit an application via our job site portal.

Please provide the following information with your application:

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Your availability (e.g., part time, full-time, weekends only, etc.) 
2–3 relevant examples of your work in PDF format (please review our website to gain an understanding of the type of content we create):

  • Short-form (e.g., blog post, ad copy, etc.)
  • Long-form (e.g., article, e-book, etc.)
  • One initial draft prior to publication (unedited) a plus




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