Store Growers is a business training platform that helps ecommerce businesses run profitable Google Ads campaigns. We do that through our premium courses and articles on our blog.

What we’re looking for someone that:

  • Is passionate about ecommerce marketing in general and Google Ads in particular
  • Uses research, case studies and examples to create practical in-depth articles that capture the attention of readers and teaches them something new
  • Know what separates a great article from a fluff piece

Our business stands or falls with the quality of our content, both free and paid. So maintaining a high standard is the most important thing.

Here is the depth and quality of the writing that we’re looking for:


  • Be a native English speaker
  • Have ecommerce experience (bonus: Google Ads)
  • You know how to produce great articles that keep readers engaged and entertained
  • You know how to optimize an article for SEO without keyword stuffing it
  • You have an existing portfolio of quality articles in the marketing industry.

What we offer:

  • To build a long term relationship with a reliable freelance writer (2-4 2,000 word articles per month)
  • Good rates for quality work
  • You get paid for all the work you do (including test articles) #nofreework

If you’re interested, here is what will happen:

  1. Send me your answers to the questions below
  2. If we think you might be a good fit, we’ll reach out to talk about the next steps. (If we don’t, we’ll also let you know)
  3. Write a paid test article
  4. You become a writer for the Store Growers blog


To apply I don’t need your CV or pitch. Instead, I want to hear your answers to the questions below:

Question 1: What are your favorite marketing blogs / YouTube channels / Twitter accounts? (I need at least 5)

Question 2: What are the 3 articles that are published online that you’re most proud of?

Question 3: What experience do you have with ecommerce and Google Ads? Did you ever run your own online business or website?

Question 4: What do you think about the articles on our blog? Pick a few and tell me what’s good/bad. I need your honest opinion.

Question 5: Send me the following links:

  • Your Twitter (if you use it)
  • Your blog (if you have one)
  • Other social media profiles that you use

Send your answers to with the subject line “Ecommerce rules”.