Help Wanted: World History Blogger Network Technical Manager

Worldhistory.com is looking for a talented developer who can work part-time to help us maintain our current blogger network and launch new blogs as we add new editors.

Experience setting up WordPress blogs and web analytics software is required.

Eventually we hope to have hundreds or thousands of historical bloggers in our network, so we need a developer who can not only set up WordPress blogs on new domains for our new bloggers, but can also improve our efficiency by automation the creation of blogs in the future, the cross-promotion of those blogs, and the tracking and reporting of site traffic and revenue for all of our editors.

If you are interested, please contact Amy Rhoads, at amyrhoads \”AT\” gmail.com.

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