CNET How-To is hiring. Come write for us!

Come write for CNET How-To direct from the comfort of your own home -- if you so desire. We're hiring a freelancer and we want you!

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CNET How To is seeking an enterprising freelance writer who's well-versed in a range of topics and can regularly come up with creative ideas for original content related to gadgets, apps, operating systems, do-it-yourself projects, and more. In particular, we're seeking someone with plenty of Windows 8 or Mac OS experience.

You should be an experienced professional writer able to produce authoritative and engaging How To articles -- sometimes on a tight daily deadline. You must be able to write clear, colorful, high-quality prose carefully checked for accuracy. Photography and videography skills are a big plus.

If interested, please send your resume, links to at least five writing samples, plus a few words about why you want to write for CNET How To, to eric.franklin@cbsinteractive.com, with How-To Freelancer: Your Name in the subject line.

About the author

Eric Franklin leads the CNET Reviews editors in San Francisco as managing editor. A 20-year industry veteran, Eric began his tech journey testing computers in the CNET Labs. When not at work he can usually be found at the gym, at the movies, or at the edge of his couch with a game controller in his hands.

 

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