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We ask all applicants to complete a writing test, so we can evaluate if your skills are a good fit for our needs.

Before we can send you the test, you will need to download, sign, and upload our non-disclosure agreement and fill out the form below. An asterisk indicates a required field. (We strongly suggest providing a link to your online professional presence, but if you don’t have one, we won’t discriminate. It simply helps us check your qualifications.)

After you complete these steps, we’ll check out your credentials. If everything looks good, you will receive an email with a link to reference material and the test.

Download non-disclosure agreement.
Please do not use your browser to fill in the NDA, as your information will not be saved. Instead, click on the download link, save the form to your computer, and use Acrobat Reader to fill in the form. If you don’t have Acrobat Reader, you can download it for free at

Freelance Writer Form

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Why do I have to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA)?

This is a generic agreement that all our employees and independent contractors sign. By signing the NDA, you’re agreeing not to reproduce the testing process in any way, including blogging or otherwise publishing it online.

The NDA also covers confidential information that you might receive if we decide to work with you (many of our clients require it). It does not prevent you from working with other companies.

What do you mean by “freelance?”

Our freelance writers are independent contractors–they are not content26 employees. As an independent contractor, you are free to accept or reject projects we send. You are also responsible for your own office space, health insurance, taxes, and so on.

All content26 independent contractors must agree to certain terms. Take a look at our freelance writer agreement to find out exactly what those terms are. We will ask you to sign the agreement before officially contracting with you; we’ve provided it here for your reference.

Why do you want a networking profile?

We want to make sure you’re actually a freelance writer and not an intelligent algorithm, an industry spy, or a celebrity gone AWOL. (Nothing against celebrities, but the media need you so they can continue to punctuate stories of economic and political disaster with lighter news.) Providing a link to your profile makes verification easy.

May I submit writing samples?

No. We have found that writing samples outside the scope of our field don’t predict whether a writer will do well with product descriptions.

What do I do if I’m having trouble with the form?

Email, and we’ll do our best to help you.

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