Freelance Writer

  • HEA-Employment.com
  • Remote (Anywhere)
  • Nov 29, 2020

Job Description



We are looking for looking for humorous greeting card and notepad ideas that appeal to a range of ages and interests.

TALK IT UP: Because cards and pads are sent from one person to another as a greeting or message, they should read the way people really talk. When you write a line, imagine that you are speaking to a family member or friend. Then ask yourself, Would I buy this card to send to these people? MAKE IT FUNNY: If you find yourself wondering whether a line is funny or not, read it to a few friends and see if they laugh. From a creative perspective, go wild. Keep in mind your target list of people you send cards to. Make sure your ideas are sendable - not only to friends and family, but also general enough to send to lots of people. In other words, do not be too specific. A PICTURE IS WORTH A 1000 WORDS...BUT YOU DO NOT HAVE TO DRAW: Cards that depend on a visual or photo are becoming a significant part of our line. It is not necessary to draw your visuals, but you do have to be able to describe them in words. Keep it short and understandable. A REASON TO SEND A CARD: Card ideas need to be written for these occasions: Birthday, 21st, 30th, 40th, 50th & 60th, Relative Birthday, Belated Birthday, Get Well, Good-Bye, Miss You & Thank You, Love, Wedding, New Baby, Anniversary (from friend to couple), Congratulations & Retirement.

Preferred

United States

Employer

HEA

Education

High School Diploma or GED

Salary

Based on experience