The crypto space has experienced rapid growth in recent years. As the industry reaches new heights, many crypto companies are in need of writers that can create high-quality content to attract further attention to their tokens or projects.
Here’s a list of the top ten crypto content writing services that can help writers with cryptocurrency knowledge find great opportunities.
|Name||Domain Authority (from AHREFs)||Ranking Keywords (from AHREFs)||LinkedIn Followers||Twitter Followers||# Linking Domains (from AHREFs)||Online Customer Reviews||Score|
|Content Writing Jobs||65||37,754||406||3,952||1,933||4||4/5|
|Crypto Jobs List||59||16,570||62||39,500||3,177||5||3.5/5|
1. Media Shower
Media Shower works with clients across the globe that require content for blogs, e-books, and other platforms. The company starts with a detailed marketing plan, so each piece of content stays true to your brand voice and style. It employs a professional editing team to ensure all work is polished and precise.
Media Shower pays set amounts for written pieces, but its freelance rates are higher than most of its competitors. It also offers additional payment when substantial revisions are necessary.
Media Shower’s domain authority is quite high. It has a healthy ranking from AHREFS and boasts thousands of followers on Twitter and LinkedIn. Several domains link to Media Shower as an authoritative content provider for crypto, blockchain, and related tech subjects. (Score: 5/5)
Upwork provides several blockchain writing opportunities. As a larger platform, one can usually find lots of freelance work. The site doesn’t offer editing assistance, so tasks like finding the right tone fall purely on your shoulders. Some writers prefer the independence the site offers, though Upwork may not be a fit for those looking for regular work streams or editorial support.
Upwork has a higher domain authority than Media Shower. It also has more LinkedIn and Twitter followers due to its size, though the firm’s customer reviews are lower due to its lack of aid and supervision. (Score: 5/5)
As a huge job-listing company, Glassdoor features a wide array of gigs, including blockchain writing jobs. Aside from searching and applying for jobs, visitors can also anonymously review companies and submit and view salaries without divulging their identities, so it falls perfectly in line with privacy-focused technology like blockchain. The firm is stationed in San Francisco, but has offices in Chicago, Dublin, London, and Sao Paulo.
The company boasts several social media followers and ranks high in terms of domain authority and keywords. Reviews for the site are generally positive, though like many job-posting bigwigs, the site occasionally suffers from phony recruiting posts. (Score: 4.5/5)
Indeed.com is one of the largest job posting sites. Covering several industries, it’s not difficult to find blockchain content gigs on its platform. Posting jobs on the site can be expensive, so gigs usually offer decent freelance rates. That doesn’t mean, however, that the site doesn’t feature fake or low-end work, so be on your guard. Because of this, reviews for Indeed are mixed. When it comes to domain authority, keyword rankings, and social media followers, Indeed stands quite tall in each of these categories. (Score: 4.5/5)
Launched in 2003, LinkedIn is often labeled the ultimate job-hunting platform and the most authoritative source on the subject of finding work. The platform features several blockchain content writing gigs, and the site also ranks very high in terms of keywords and domain authority. Customer reviews, however, tend to be all over the place, with common complaints centering around accounts that are closed unexpectedly or without reason. Many users also claim to have been subjected to scam posts, so keep a watchful eye. (Score: 4.5/5)
6. Content Writing Jobs
Content Writing Jobs is among the newest platforms on this list. Beginning in 2020, the company has only been around for two years, and thus doesn’t boast rankings or an online presence as strong as some of its competitors. However, what it does have is a whole page devoted to crypto content writing jobs, many of which are remote, so you can work from anywhere in the world.
Keep in mind that the site doesn’t seem to be updated on a regular basis, and several jobs remain posted long after they’ve expired, so keep an eye on the dates associated with each job to make sure you’re not applying for something old or outdated. (Score: 4/5)
7. Cryptocurrency Jobs
Beginning in 2017, Cryptocurrency Jobs lacks a solid social media presence and still has plenty of room to grow. The clincher is that it’s a service specifically designed to help you locate crypto and blockchain positions. While this is good news in that there are indeed plenty of titles to choose from, you’ll have to really narrow down your search to find the appropriate writing opportunities, which can get lost in the shuffle of all the technical, engineering, and management positions the site also lists. (Score: 4/5)
8. Crypto Jobs List
At only five years old, Crypto Jobs List is still relatively new, yet it ranks fairly well and like other platforms placed on this list, is devoted specifically to crypto and blockchain positions, some of which are content related. While there are a good handful of writing jobs to choose from, they are somewhat slim when compared with the many technical jobs the site lists. (Score: 3.5/5)
ZipRecruiter is only 12 years old, but the company has several job posts in a number of industries, one of which is blockchain. While the site has solid rankings and boasts a decent social media following, with many positive reviews from visitors, it doesn’t have the same online presence as many of its competitors, and the blockchain content positions it posts tend to be rather limited compared to other platforms on this list. (Score: 3.5/5)
This site has only been around since 2017. It ranks lower than other platforms on this list, and its social media following is considerably smaller. However, the site is garnering more attention as a leading blockchain job platform, though many of these jobs are geared more towards technical work. Blockchain content gigs may be harder to find.
The good news about the site is that it offers a wide array of jurisdictional search options. Whether you’re from Los Angeles, California or Melbourne, Australia, you’ll probably find something regardless of your location. (Score: 3/5)
If you’re interested in working with the most exciting blockchain and crypto companies as a freelance content writer, please fill out our Media Shower writer application form. We have plenty of work for good, reliable writers who understand the industry.