Join the Goody Feed Family As a Writer with Flexible Hours (Including Weekends & PHs)!

Do you dream of writing for a living? Are you an aspiring writer wondering how you can get started, or maybe you are just waiting for your next big break? Do you want to write for brands like Alibaba or Warner Bros?

If you are nodding along to the questions above, we want you. The fun-loving, unique voice you place into your writing, that’s the you that we want.

We will not promise you huge overnight success, nor can we promise you riches beyond your wildest imagination. No, what we offer to you instead, is an opportunity: a chance to experience what it is like to work with deadlines, a platform for you to showcase your writing ability, and a place where you can learn how to write articles that will go viral online.

With big-name brands like Alibaba, Warner Bros, Singapore Police Force, Cartoon Network, DBS, NTUC FairPrice, Pizza Hut and many more who trust us to create contents for them, you’ll also have a chance to work with them for their campaigns.

Key Requirements:

  • Strong command of English (written)
  • Loves keeping up with current affairs / recent trends
  • Able to work well in a team to come up with unique and creative ideas
  • Able to deliver within tight deadlines
  • Detailed-oriented
  • Organised, independent and capable of working under pressure

We are looking for writers to join the Goody Feed Family.

So if you think you’re the right fit, send in two writing samples of your own to [email protected]

Working hours (daily, including weekends and public holidays) are flexible and you can choose to mix-and-match between these three different shifts (or even work in two shifts in a day):

  • 9am to 1pm
  • 1pm to 5pm
  • 5pm to 9pm

We regret to inform that only short-listed applicants will be notified.

Goody Feed’s style is unlike other platforms; every article must be both informative (educate readers about something, be it news or important facts) and entertaining (make readers laugh as the news / facts are usually pretty dry).

Here’s an example, whereby we write about the top Google searches in 2020 based on what Google told us, and added jokes to make it entertaining:

So please don’t send us your school thesis unless it contains jokes.

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