Social Content Writer (Freelance)



Freelance (Ongoing)

Production / social media

Sep 2

Grizzle is a content marketing and SEO agency that helps B2B, SaaS, and tech companies create and distribute actionable and value-driven content. Clients include Pipedrive, CXL, Wynter,, Yac, and Tide to name a few. Our goal is to help them surpass their traffic, acquisition, and growth goals using a proven organic growth methodology.

We’re a remote team of marketers and creators who don’t believe in the 9 to 5. As long as work gets done it doesn’t matter when you do it.

About the job

We’re looking for talented social content writers to work with us on an ongoing basis. We’ll provide you with a steady stream of interesting work, a process to empower you to write the best content and ongoing support.

Our mission

We believe in a quality-first content methodology. We take the time to create unique social content that’s full of insights and value-adds. 

We’re not trying to replicate what’s already out there—anyone can do that. High-quality social content must have a purpose, and critically, be produced for the channel at hand. If an audience doesn’t feel empowered and engaged, we haven’t done our job.

We don’t replicate viral hooks and formats for vanity reach—we expect more from our posts. There’s a huge opportunity for great writers to produce value-driven content that makes a difference.

Benefits of working with us

If our mission gets you jazzed and aligns with your values, here are a few tangible benefits of joining our team:

  • Long-term, steady and reliable freelance retainer
  • Work with some cool companies in various industries
  • Access to awesome people at the top of their game
  • Access to our library of courses to improve your content marketing skills
  • Work with a fully remote team 

Here’s what you’ll be doing

With our help, you’ll create valuable and engaging Twitter and LinkedIn content that captures new audiences, engages fans, and drives leads. 

Once hired, you’ll create a detailed brief based on client interviews and resources that you’ll be privy to. Next, you’ll create a social post outline that touches on the format and themes. We’ll work with you to optimize the outline so that it hits every angle and aligns with the objective.

From there, you’ll research and write the full post (either a Twitter thread, single tweet, or LinkedIn post), then we’ll review and work together until it’s polished and ready to ship.

More specifically, you will:

  • Research topics and uncover audience pain points and effective solutions
  • Write engaging, practical and informative threads, tweets, and LinkedIn posts that educates and inspires readers to learn more or take action
  • Collect supporting imagery to illustrate your content (screenshots, graphs, etc.) as needed
  • Follow client guidelines to match desired voice, tone, structure, preferences and more

We’re looking for a social content writer who:

  • Loves creating actionable, in-depth content on a range of topics
  • Strives to create the best piece of content available on a topic
  • Can write in a clear, concise manner
  • Is extremely well organized and can work to deadlines
  • Can communicate in a consistent and reliable manner

We pay our freelance social writers $65 per hour. This can increase after several months of working with us.


What's the process to get started?

We always start with a paid pilot project. The assignment will be to write a Twitter thread. We’ll provide you with everything you need in a detailed brief.

What timelines do you work to?

We aim to give you one full week from handing you the content brief to the first social draft delivery date.

What are your expectations and processes on revisions?

After our team reviews your content, we’ll send it back your way for one round of changes (need be), and we expect writers to make those changes the next business day (so if you ship a draft on a Thursday and we provide you feedback on the same day, we’d love if you can address it on Friday).

What project management software do you use?

We currently use Asana for project comms (and provide training on how to use it) and expect writers to keep open lines of communication with us there.

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