Freelance B2B Writer



Freelance (Ongoing)

Jan 5

Kona - mental health for remote teams.

Our founding team bonded over prior bad experiences with remote work. A terrible manager. A failed startup. A summer of burnout.

We knew work could be better, healthier, and happier. So we turned to experts to learn what makes remote work hard. We've interviewed 800+ leaders since January 2020.

Their pain was loud and clear. Remote teams are built on trust. But it’s difficult to build relationships and understand how everyone feels without meeting face-to-face.

We built Kona to help remote workers fight burnout and build connections without changing how they work. We empower leaders to support their teams where they need it most.

To us, empathy and wellbeing at work aren't just an add-on. They're a must-have.

Today, Kona is trusted by 200+ people-first remote teams around the globe.

We're making empathy mainstream at work.

We’ve been through Techstars, and have raised $1M from top investors like Kleiner Perkins (early investors in Google, Uber, Airbnb etc.), Spencer Rascoff (founder/CEO of Zillow), Jeff Wilke (CEO of Amazon retail), The Fund, Overton VC, MiLA Capital, Rough Draft Ventures, Dorm Room Fund, and more.

Our customers are the most culture-focused companies in the world -, GoodRx,, CoffeeMeetsBagel, Aircall and more. People love Kona, use it every day, and get value out of it. Check out our case studies for more on how Kona drives mental health for teams.

We’re hiring B2B freelance writers!

This is a part-time, fully-remote position. If you're interested in writing impactful content that helps make empathy mainstream at work, this role is for you.

As our first freelance writer hire, you'll get the unique opportunity to work with our fast-growing startup, learn a ton, and network with industry experts.

What we're looking for:

  • A long-term partnership with a stellar B2B freelance writer who can write a minimum of four 1,000-2,000-word posts per month for our blog.
  • Experience with SEO, a knack for storytelling, and the ability to write in the tone and voice of the Kona brand.
  • Experience managing the draft up until the design phase, which includes writing headlines, meta descriptions, CTAs, sourcing quotes from Twitter/online resource, and one round of edits.
  • Experience writing in American-English and AP style, but can be located anywhere in the world.
  • Bonus points if you've written about: the workplace, leadership, or wellbeing.

You should apply if you have:

  • Experience researching, writing, and proofreading for B2B companies
  • Excellent skills in grammar and attention to detail
  • Experience optimizing your content for SEO, including success in ranking on page one for your other clients
  • Great project management and organizational skills

Our process:

  • Our Head of Content, Sarah Archer, will provide you with a content calendar, as well as a blog post brief and writing template for every writing project. The process will be further explained during your intro call.
  • We'll start our partnership with a paid test project (aka the first blog post), and thereafter, we'll work with you on devising deadlines based on your schedule. You’ll get a byline on our blog, too!

Technology we use:

  • G Suite, Grammarly, Ahrefs, AP style, Google Analytics


  • We pay between $200-$400 USD per post:
  • Subject to word count.
  • Posts are between 1,000 - 2,000 words.

We believe

  • Remote work is the future
  • Work-life balance is the key to long-term success
  • Strong teams are built on relationships and soft skills, not just hard skills
  • Diversity is our superpower - we are and always will be a super diverse team

Our values

Transparency & Trust

We are always intellectually honest. We value independence and don’t micromanage. We know we’ll be wrong a lot, and that’s okay. We also trust everyone on the team by default - trust doesn’t have to be earned. It can only be broken by not being transparent.

People > Customers > Company

Our team comes first, always. Then come the teams of our customers. Kona is only as strong as the team is, and meaningless without the overall wellbeing of everyone. We will ALWAYS prioritize this. And it’s okay to not be okay - we see vulnerability as a strength.

Keep it Simple

We keep it simple, stupid. We avoid buzzwords, and have a virtual buzzword jar to ensure we don’t get carried away in Silicon Valley hype. By design, we avoid excessive perfectionism. If something is perfect, it usually means we’ve spent too long on it. We always experiment, and often scrap things and try them a different way.

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