Powers Digital Marketing Blog Manager

Seeking Blog Manager

We are seeking a savvy wordsmith to join our blogging and marketing team. Powers Digital Marketing is a marketing agency specializing in copywriting. We are also fueling our startup, Shop From Her Directory – a directory aimed at driving more sales to women-owned businesses. As a Blog Manager, we are expecting you to have a knack and love for writing. Also, a comprehensive understanding of the newest industry trends is very important.


  • Writing various types of articles, blogs, and other online resources
  • Covering many different industry topics
  • Strong command of written English language with a knack for creative writing
  • Providing feedback to other contributors, and editing others’ content
  • Conducting analytical projects to improve blog strategies/tactics
  • Optimizing content for search engines (SEO) and lead generation
  • Creating well-structured study guides and case studies
  • Performing industry research
  • Growing blog subscribers and expanding the overall blog’s reach
  • Contributing to long-form content projects such as ebooks


  • A passion and strong understanding of the industry
  • Understanding our business’ mission and vision
  • Exceptional writing and editing skills
  • Ability to adopt the style, tone, and voice of our business
  • Excellent organizational skills to work independently and manage projects with many moving parts
  • An analytical mind and interest in using data to optimize/scale blog marketing strategies and tactics
  • Experience and knowledge in content writing best practices
  • Excellent SEO skills

This position is an unpaid internship to start with the possibility of becoming a paid position in the future. All positions require a time commitment of between 10-15 hours per week. Interested candidates should email amber@powersdigitalmarketing.com with CV/Resume and letter of interest. Internships may begin immediately and last as long as the candidate chooses to remain. We understand that some candidates may need to wait until the coming semester to begin work.