Are you a seasoned writer familiar with the Linux Terminal? We're looking for someone like you who writes Linux tutorials here at How-To Geek.
What we are looking for
We are looking for experienced authors who know the Linux command line. The ideal candidate knows his stuff in Bash and is able to explain this geeky stuff to normal people.
We are not looking and are looking for a writer who covers Linux news has only experience with the graphical Linux desktop. You may end up writing some Linux news and tutorials on Linux desktop software, but we are looking for someone with reputable Linux terminals. If you have an experience with Raspberry Pi, this would be a plus as well.
This is a freelance position in which you are responsible for writing topics that have been assigned to you, but you can also create your own interesting Linux terminal article about which we have not previously reported.
Here's what we're always looking for in new authors:
- You must be a geek at heart, always looking for more technology and improving your gadgets.
- You need to be able to explain complex topics in an understandable and understandable way, even for non-experts.
- You need to be creative and have the ability to generate article ideas, make suggestions, and make topics interesting and exciting
- You must be at least 1
- You must have solid English language skills. It is a pity we even have to mention that.
- You should have some basic screenshots and image editing tools. HTML knowledge is an advantage.
To give you an idea of what we expect, here are some examples of the type of work we are looking for:
Send an Email to jobs @ howtogeek.com with the subject line Linux Writer and include the following in your email:
- Explain why your geek skills are worth millions of readers every month. 19659008] Your name and location.
- Any experience you have with writing and / or blogging, especially in the context of Linux.
- Whether you are currently employed and what you do when you are.
- A Brief overview of other topics that you are familiar with and which operating systems, computers, and devices you have access to.
- Most important: We would like a writing sample. If you already have written documents, especially relevant Linux parts that you are proud of, include a link in your email. If you have a personal blog, a forum account or an account with comments from anywhere, you can also add this.
We do not have normal office hours – or even an office – so you can be anywhere. This is exclusively a teleworking appearance.
Bonus points if you can find the grammatical error in this post.
What are you waiting for? Email us already!