GOOD magazine seeks ‘brand apostles’ to build online community


GOOD magazine, which laid off most of its editorial staff this past June, is seeking “content curators and change-makers,” according to an announcement on its website.

Successful candidates will serve as “brand apostles,” the announcement says. In addition to some content requirements — writing three posts per day, curating “one post by a relevant voice on topic page per day,” posting links — the new employees will be responsible for “Building community by populating each landing page with the most awesome people, organizations and projects.” The ad doesn’t say where the positions will be based.

Meanwhile, the fundraising campaign for Tomorrow — the possibly one-off magazine being planned by the staffers laid off by GOOD — ends Wednesday. So far, it has raised $43,870 — $28,870 more than its original goal.

Related: GOOD magazine lays off most of its editorial staffers | GOOD Magazine posts thank-you video featuring laid-off staffers | GOOD magazine addresses editorial staff layoffs | How things went bad at GOOD magazine, what’s next for fired staff and the company they left | CTO: ‘GOOD isn’t trying to become a reddit for social good’ | Ex-GOOD staffers were funded for Tomorrow magazine issue within 5 hours

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  • Harriet Brown

    Ugh. This used to be one of my favorite magazines.

  • Harriet Brown

    Ugh. This used to be one of my favorite magazines.

  • Stephanie Corbin-Mills

    They’re posted in Los Angeles job ads on Mediabistro. I saw it yesterday. Job title? “Curator.”