LoveToKnow Media
Commerce Writer, Parenting


About LoveToKnow Media:

At LoveToKnow Media, we believe the good life is inspired by love and guided by knowledge. 

Our five distinct brands share a mission to make the world smarter. Unique in their content yet unified in their purpose, LoveToKnow, YourDictionary, WordFinder, GolfLink, and Bibliography.com compel expansive and engaged audiences of consumers who seek specialized subject matters.

Spanning 14 time zones, we cultivate exceptional talent from around the world. A global perspective is what fuels our success and ability to be one of the largest and most well-rounded digital media portfolios in the world. As one global community, we work collaboratively across continents and cultures to create informative content that truly makes the world smarter.

LoveToKnow Media is seeking a freelance commerce writer with a background in parenting (pregnancy, infancy, and early childhood in particular) to deliver an exceptional commerce content experience on our Family & Relationships channels. Commerce writers will research and create product best-ofs, round-ups, gift guides, and other content designed to provide value to readers, while also driving sales revenue. Top writers demonstrate an eagerness to continuously improve content creation, and understand the basics of commerce content performance. 

Ideal candidates for our Commerce Writer, Parenting role can demonstrate both expertise in the field of parenting (through educational credentials and/or professional experience), and a well-rounded portfolio of on-topic published product-related web content covering a variety of styles and subject matter. 

Please provide links to previous work and/or portfolio. 

Responsibilities:

  • Researching and writing high-quality articles, including best-ofs, gift guides, and other commerce content 
  • Collaborating with Commerce Editor to continually improve content and product selection processes
  • Occasional outreach to subject matter experts 

About You:

  • Background (education/work experience and writing experience) in the field of parenting, particularly relating to infancy and early childhood
  • 2+ years of experience writing for print or online (commerce-specific a major plus)
  • Excellent writing and research skills
  • Understanding of writing for the web audience
  • Knowledge of and ability to apply Associated Press (AP) style
  • General understanding of commerce editorial KPIs (conversion rate, etc.)

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