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If you’re a freelance content writer or experienced outreach marketer, then I want you to come work with me on the Close content team. Read more about our open remote marketing jobs.

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I have some big news to share… I recently rejoined the marketing team at Close, as their Head of Content—and we just opened up a couple of remote marketing jobs working with me 🎉

If you’re interested in a remote marketing job working with me at Close, then read on. And if you’re just interested in why I rejoined the Close team & what’s happening with my blog, you can jump straight down to here.

2 Open Remote Marketing Jobs at Close (Right Now)

  1. Senior Outreach Marketing Manager
  2. Freelance Content Writers

Here are the two open remote marketing jobs we’re hiring for right now.

1. Senior Outreach Marketing Manager (Apply Here)

I’m looking for an experienced outreach marketer who can help us build and scale our marketing outreach initiatives. That means you’re an expert in all aspects of link building, email outreach, and establishing long-term relationships with bloggers, brands and influencers in the B2B SaaS space.

Major bonus points if you already have a solid list of contacts & relationships you’ve worked with before (at startups, SaaS companies, publications and brands with high domain authority websites). If you can get started on growing our content partnerships & securing links during week one, that’s our hope. This role works directly with me on a daily basis—and together we’ll work to expand the outreach team this year.

How to Apply: Here’s where you can apply to the Senior Outreach Marketing Manager role

If you have any questions about this role, feel free to drop me a line in the comments below!

2. Freelance Content Writers (Email Me at

I’m always on the lookout for talented freelance writers, and we want to scale our content production at Close in a major way. Right now, we’re kicking off a major content update project that’s going to include research & rewriting long-form articles to better match reader-intent.

In addition to that, we’ll be keeping the Close content pipeline fresh with new high quality long-form guides on all things sales—as well as launching a new sales content site to grow alongside our main blog. So, we need all the great content writers we can get and we always pay well for quality work 😊

How to Apply: If you want to write for us, send me a quick email to with the following:

  • Links to at least 3 published article samples you’re proud of
  • A few example headlines for articles we should cover on the Close blog
  • Your rates & availability on when you could get started writing with us

If you have any questions about the freelance writing role, feel free to drop me a line in the comments below.

For even more remote jobs, check out these lists of great sites to find remote work:

Now, a couple of answers to some big questions…

Why I (Re)Joined the Close Team

For the last ~4 years, I’ve been working full-time on growing my blog. But as you can see in the photo below, it’s just me over here…

Built to Blog Online Course with Ryan Robinson Hero Image (Camera and Microphone)

This journey of solo self-employment has afforded me an incredible amount of lifestyle flexibility. I’ve been able to take off whenever I want and do things like explore the most beautiful US national parks on a slow Tuesday—or take a 3 week trip to Europe without having to answer to a boss while I’m at the beach in Mallorca.

But at the end of the day, I’ve been working pretty much by myself with just the help of a few freelancers. And it’s been like that for several years.

I’m tired of working alone and I’m ready for new challenges that’ll help me grow in meaningful ways.

If the last two years since the onset of COVID have taught me anything, it’s that I really value deep human connection.

Working almost entirely by myself had grown isolating—and I was no longer challenging myself to grow with my own business in ways that felt important to me.

Add to that the fact that I now have 350 articles here covering everything about blogging from just about every angle in extreme depth… I’ve been feeling lately like I’ve written most of what I have to say about blogging. Not everything (I’m not done here)—but when I can send a link to an in-depth article to just about any blogging question I’m asked by readers, I took that as confirmation I’m ready for some change in my work life.

A couple of months ago, I took a trip around Europe and got to meet up with Steli & Ramin from Close for an afternoon in Amsterdam. And even though we got together just for fun, it quickly came up that they were looking for a Head of Content… and I was almost immediately sold on coming back to what’s been the best company I’ve ever worked for.

Steli Ramin and Ryan from Close in Amsterdam

Barely a week after returning from my trip, I was in Park City, Utah at the annual company retreat—where all 55+ of us came together for a week of fun, activities and planning time.

Close Team Hiking Photo

My face was hurting by the end of the week from smiling and laughing so much. Just look at these awesome people, how can you not want to come work with us?

Close Company Photo (Remote Marketing Jobs Post) Everyone on the Team

Not everyone from the marketing team could make it out for the big trip this time, unfortunately.

Here’s a pic of Michael, Nick, Sam and I from the marketing team—Amy and Ramin are here in spirit!

Close Marketing Team Photo (Some of Us Are Missing)

Alright, so clearly I’m pumped on being back at Close (come work with me!).

Now, what’s happening around here with my blog?

What’s Happening with My Blog?

Actually, nothing will be changing around here! I’ll still be publishing long-form content to help you start and grow a profitable blog. I’ve said a lot about blogging over the last 10 years here, but I’m not done.

Ryan Robinson Blogger, Content Marketing Consultant, Podcaster at ryrob dot com

I’ve intentionally built this business to run with very little of my own time—aside from content creation and weighing in with my experience & personal insights on everything that’s published here.

So at the end of the day, nothing much will really be changing around here…

  • I’ll still be publishing regular content focused on growing a profitable blog (if you have content topic requests, let me know in the comments below!)
  • My flagship course Built to Blog is still open (and getting regular updates to stay relevant with changes over time)
  • Every now and then, I’ll pop in and film new blogging tutorials for my YouTube channel (taking requests in the comments for topic ideas here too!)
  • I’ll also be sharing insights from behind-the-scenes of what’s working to grow our traffic at Close

In short, I’m still right here.

And though my blog is going back to being a side project in the grand scheme of how I’m spending time now, I’ll still be here to answer any questions you have.

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Hi I'm Ryan Robinson

I'm a blogger, but I'm not my blog. I am not my business either. Occasional podcaster and very-much-recovering side project addict. Co-Founder at RightBlogger. Join me here, on to learn how to start a blog and build a purpose-connected business. Be sure to take my free blogging tools for a spin... especially my wildly popular free keyword research tool & AI article writer. They rule. Somehow, I also find time to write for publications like Fast Company, Forbes, Entrepreneur, The Next Web, Business Insider, and more. Let’s chat on Twitter (X?) and YouTube about our feelings (and business, of course).

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38 replies to “Remote Marketing Jobs at Close (100% Remote) Working with Me”

  1. Hello Ryan! Congratulations on the new project. Thanks to this blog, I was able to watch your career progress and I want to say that I’m really happy for you.

    The value of the knowledge you provide has helped me a lot.

    Hope everything goes well for you! I’ll send you an application for the second job.

    • Thanks so much, Manuel! That means a lot to hear, I’m really glad and I appreciate you 🙏

      I’ll keep an eye out for your email 🙂

  2. Congrats on the new role, Ryan! Close has always seemed like a super cool company and I know you’re gonna rock it over there (again).

    I’ll plan to send a note on the freelance writer role, too — B2B SaaS is a very familiar space for me and there’s soooo many interesting things to cover within it.

  3. Hi Ryan,

    Congratulations on joining Close. Wishing you the very best in your new role.

    Your blog has always been my go-to resource for anything blogging for years.

    Happy for how far you have come. Wishing you continuous success and growth.

  4. Hi Ryan! Congratulations on rejoining Close! I’m interested in the freelance role you shared. However, I just wanted to know if it’ll require a whole lot of headline pitching down the line?

    • Nice! Thanks, Mae. And yes, headline pitching/writing will definitely be useful in the writing roles we’re looking for help with 🙂

  5. Congratulations on your new adventure! You have provided to me a lot of answers to questions on blogging and I am just now beginning to feel I can begin blogging (not due to anything you did, but because I am going to be able to set aside the time)!! I finally, have an information page set up and will start writing after the fall craft season is over! Then, I will be able to write all the time! I love sharing stories of our adventures, people we have met and shows we have attended!
    I thank you for the years of information! I wish you the very best! I love typing but not sure I am ready to take on a full time job with writing! I am a retired elementary school principal and now a full time crafter!!
    Continue to have fun!!

  6. This is such a big one for you and your brand, Ryan. Thanks for always giving us the content we actually need.

    Congratulations, Ryan

    Simon Zaku
    PS: Applied for the content writer position 😉

  7. Ryan not bad to work for you.My main challenge i have poor connection in nigeria and i m not earning much or zero at my blog.The bottomline is can you get me adverts,link to grant to improve microfinance research,get me sponsored posts,my essays should enjoy backlink,or from your blog and how much for guest posts?I need brand new laptop if not office plus a little solar just to power my gadgets.Some of my essays could benefit your close team.Let me know if you can pay me per day bcos i could churn our between 20p to maximum 100pages per day.You know what it means provided i publish it too on my blog.

  8. Congrats, Ryan!! 🎉🎉 So happy for you to be taking in a new opportunity and always challenging yourself. Glad to see what you’re up to and can’t wait to see how it all unfolds!

  9. Hey Ryan. I just saw this and was wondering if you still have some slots open. I would be happy to help with creating content for the Close blog. Thanks in advance.

  10. Congrats Ryan — good to see you continuing to expand and take on big new opportunities! I’ll be keeping an eye out and following your next adventures. 🙂

  11. Congrats on your decision to rejoin Close! Seeing your progress in your career brings me joy. As a reader, I just want to say that the value you provide through your blog is like the foam in the sea. It’s uncountable! And the fact that I discovered your blog was a great blessing, and I learned a great deal from it. Anyway, wish you good luck and hope that this blog will continue to inspire us to the max!

    PS: Do you think that you will update your “Full-time blogger” in your bio since you are now working with Close? Just being curious here. Haha.

    • Thanks Nazeef, I really appreciate all your kind words—it truly means a lot to me ❤️

      And I suppose I am due for an update there now! 😂

  12. Man’s living the dream!

    Anyway, Congrats Ryan. You deserved it.

    Looking forward to know how it feels to get back to employment after all those of running the show alone.

    I’ll send my application for the second role in the course of the day.

  13. I am so happy to hear that you will still be here. I used your pointers to help set up my own blog.
    Now I am working on building traffic, and I am sure your website will continue to be a resource for me.
    Many thanks.

  14. I m very new about this lesson witch is given by you to the blogging.but it’s a crucial knowledge about me for the start a blogging carrier.i m little bit confused about pu blogging carrier.i m a helth and hospital working person so suggest me a proper nich.i have valuable Knowledge about human health please guide me for proper blogging nich.
    Thankyou for support me and for your valuable Knowledge

  15. Good day, just want to find out if the freelance content writing role is still open

  16. Hi Ryan,
    Congratulations once more for your new endeavour . I’m glad that you are still passionate to assist Blog beginners. Info. on how to create a functional blog and an eye catchy title of the niche has been so helpful. A title that compels the reader to read more and more!
    I would love be a freelance writer. For the current advert. I may not meet the stipulated criteria. For now ĺet me try these other suggested remote jobs. What would be a word of advice for a novice freelance writer?
    I would realy love to work with you.
    Thank you

    • Thanks for the kind words, my friend. Wishing you luck in your freelance writing endeavors—and check out this guide I have on starting a freelance writing business:

  17. Congrats Man! You are going to do an amazing job. Your talent has spoken, and I don’t doubt the impact you are going to make. I have learnt so much from you over the year or so I have been blogging. As usual, just dive into that role with the undiluted passion that you have to share knowledge and share the wealth of knowledge you have. This wasn’t for any and anyone, it was designed for you-immerse yourself and watch yourself soar. Blessings!!

  18. Congrats on the new job. I found your site when I was looking for a way to do more guest posts in order to increase rank authority. I was surpised by the invaluable and fortright advice. From then on I took your lead magnet which outlines how to do proper reaching out and I plan to implement when the need arises. I learned so much from the blog and I know many readers would learn from you at Close. I would also like to try my hand at the freelance writing position but I have only just three articles that I have written under my name and the other under a pen name using a different email. Three are about art and the last one is about mental health. Do you still have positions available?

    • Thank you, Tricia! I really appreciate your kind words and that you took the time to leave such a thoughtful comment 🙂

      Right now to be totally forthright with you, we’re only taking on writers who’ve specifically done B2B SaaS content in the sales and marketing space. It’s such a particular type of content writing that I’m afraid we won’t be considering people who haven’t written in that space already before. That said, I’m wishing you luck with your blog & writing endeavors ❤️