Bloggers Wanted: Managed Services and Business Management
Nine Lives Media Inc. — publisher of MSPmentor — is seeking lively, engaging bloggers who can contribute regularly to our market-leading media platforms:
- MSPmentor, www.MSPmentor.net, the ultimate guide to managed services
- The VAR Guy, www.theVARguy.com, what’s next in the IT channel
- Works With U, www.workswithu.com, the independent guide to Ubuntu Linux
Bloggers should be reliable, creative and able to submit one to two blog entries per week with minimal editing. One-month trial to see if you’re serious about delivering great content that attracts reader interest. Here’s what we’re seeking:
- Beat 1 – Managed Services and Software as a Service: If you understand SaaS, cloud computing and remote management tools, perhaps you’re ready to blog.
- Beat 2 – Technology Entrepreneurs: Must be able to write about best practices for marketing, sales and business leadership. Successful entrepreneurs who run IT consulting firms, VARs or managed service providers (MSPs) strongly preferred.
- Beat 3 – Marketing and PR Pro: Must be able to tell readers how they can build buzz around their small and midsize businesses.
- Beat 4 – Ubuntu Linux: If you can write about Ubuntu’s use on business servers, desktops and/or mobile systems, we want to hear from you. Focus on Ubuntu server applications within business is a huge plus. Perfect opportunity for recent college graduates who run Ubuntu and/or IT managers who want freelance blogging opportunity.
- Beat 5 – Open Source: You’ll need to write about the business benefits — and challenges — related to running open source software from Red Hat, Novell, SugarCRM, MySQL, and other FOSS companies.
Interested bloggers should contact Nine Lives Media Inc. Editorial Director Joe Panettieri (joe [at] ninelivesmediainc.com). Please include a few sentences describing your blogging expertise, subject expertise, real-world experience and writing skills. Brag about yourself. A lot.
About Nine Lives Media Inc.: We build highly targeted online media platforms. Our blogs lead their respective markets. Our readers return for more content every day. Our sponsors find us responsive and creative. We move fast. We disrupt markets. We’re growing during a horrible economy. We have fun — lots of fun. We love what we do. And it shows.