We are pleased to announce the launch of our newest product, Tell! Search.
Tell! Search is our first professional & B2B product that makes it possible for businesses or organizations to find and hire freelance content developers to help tell better stories for their brand. With our new Search Feature, we have strategically positioned Tell! as the first Online Search Platform for Freelance Writers/Content Developers in Nigeria.
Businesses and Organizations get to find and hire writers based on skills and location. Such skills include: journalism, business writing, web content writing, research writing, technical writing, content marketing, blogging, book writing e.t.c.
The global content marketing industry is estimated to be valued at 412bn dollars by 2021. This is due to an increase in the number of Startups/new Companies being established and the utmost need for businesses to tell better stories about their brand to attract customers (source: Technavio)
Journalism, Writing & Content (digital) marketing are also some of the top skills that would be in high demand in 2019 according to LinkedIn and other sources. Hence the need to redefine writing not just as a hobby, but as a profession.
With Tell! Search, we intend to decentralize the content marketing industry thus making it possible for anyone to get hired as a content developer in 3 easy steps:
1)Create: Create a professional writing profile on Tell! with actual information about you, your wrting skills, experience, interests, location & educational background. You also get to link your Tell! account to your LinkedIn profile for better exposure.
2)Validate: After creating and completing your profile, validate your writing skills by publishing your best stories through your Tell! account. These stories will serve as your writing portfolio and reference.
3)Evaluate: Businesses and organizations evaluate your writing profile and hire you based on exhibited writing prowess.
With Tell! Search, we hope to connect Nigerian writers to amazing Opportunities, Internships and employment and contribute in our own way to helping young Nigerians secure decent work and jobs.