Requirements for YouTube Host / Script Writer for AhrefsTV

  • 3+ years experience as a video host, scriptwriter, or YouTube creator.
  • A strong portfolio that matches the style of our YouTube videos (talking head) 
  • The ability to take educational blog content and repackage them into an engaging format for YouTube
  • Strong presentation skills
  • A confident and engaging presence on camera
  • Have an understanding of SEO and digital marketing techniques
  • Basic knowledge with Adobe Premiere and Audition is a plus
  • A passion for no nonsense B2B education

Responsibilities for YouTube Host / Script Writer for AhrefsTV

  • Repurpose 1-2 blog posts/week to video scripts, specifically for YouTube
  • Host/record videos once a month – (Westford, MA)



About this position

Ahrefs is looking for a passionate YouTube creator to write scripts and host educational videos on our YouTube channel (over 300,000 subscribers). As a host of the channel, you will write scripts and present tutorials in 6 - 20 minute videos. Videos will aim to educate and engage marketers. 

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Job Summary

Years of Experience
3+ years experience
$300 - $400 / script
Acton, Massachusetts, United States
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Ahrefs Pte. Ltd. is a software company that develops online SEO tools and free educational materials for marketing professionals.

We are a lean multinational startup headquartered in Singapore that values making meaningful and easy-to-use products. We shift things fast to give our customers what matters most to them, and to keep us ahead of the game. Our motto is "First do it, then do it right, then do it better."

Ahrefs' founder and CEO, Dmitry Gerasimenko, built his first document search engine when he was only 15. His interest in search engines never waned and in 2007, he revisited his work on search engines for documents and files. This led to the birth of our backlinks index in 2010, which in turn became the source of data for Ahrefs' first version of Site Explorer.

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