Web Hosting Researcher - Remote Position

Boston, Massachusetts, United States Contract Allows remote

Mobile Nations is looking for writers and reviewers with lots of experience with choosing the right web hosting service. We need a web service pro to join our team, and share their knowledge with our readers!

 

What kind of work is this?
We're looking for someone who knows everything there is to know about the Web Hosting experience. This includes:

  • Simple web hosting solutions
  • VPS and dedicated server hosting
  • Shared and Cloud hosting
  • Domain registry and management

As our Web Services, your job will be to talk about every product under this umbrella, and everything that surrounds this ecosystem. Specifically, we need you to:

  • Explain which hosting features users actually need
  • Help users decide which providers work best in every situation
  • Compare services to help users make the right decision for them

Is this assignment for me?

This position is designed for someone who is eager to write a lot about the weird and often buzzword-filled world of web hosting. This is a large ecosystem with a lot of service providers, and we want to talk about all of it with our audience. This includes a lot of reviews and compares, but many of the articles will also involve explaining individual features and breaking down why they matter. 

This position is supported by the entire Mobile Nations staff. Web Hosting content lives primarily on WindowsCentral right now, but you'll be working with folks from Android Central, iMore, and CordCutters to create the best list of things our audeince needs to know. It's not a requirement for you to have used every service right now, either, just be very familiar with the ecosystem and ready to learn as much as you can while you work with our teams. 

How much work is available?

We're looking for someone willing to contribute long term, covering a wide assortment of products and accessories and discussing how they interact over time. This will include creating new content and maintaning it over time so it remains relevant to our audience. While there is no upper threshold on how many articles can be submitted, we do ask applicants commit to a minimum of four articles submitted per week for this particular assignment. 

Are you ready? Come work with us!