Write an ebook about working with freelance developers. Native English speakers preferred

Published on the June 07, 2019 in Writing & Translation

About this project

USD 250 - 500

I need a seasoned, native English writer who can write about 4000-6000 words about working with a remote development team composed of freelancers or part-time employees.
Aimed at entrepreneurs or early-stage startups.
I'll provide an outline of the contents, a few examples of similarly-formatted ebooks, supporting articles and general guidance, but it will require some research on your own.
Please refrain from sending a proposal if your English is not perfect.

Category Writing & Translation
Subcategory Other
Project size Large
Is this a project or a position? Project
Required availability As needed

Deadline: June 08, 2020

Skills needed

Article Writing Feature Writing Research

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