We're looking for an English speaking Native German Freelancer
Femometer is looking for a native German speaking copywriter/editor and content creator. Femometer is a FemTech company creating software and hardware products to help women track fertility and learn about the health of their cycle.
The individual should have experience in writing both creatively and functionally, in creating copy and editing existing copy.
Weekly/Monthly tasks will vary depending on the companies current needs, tasks will include the following;
App copy review - Review current app copy and suggest language edits
Copy Correction - Editing roughly translated German text to sounds completely native
Amazon/App Store/Google Play copy
Social media caption translation from English to German
Subtitle transcription for video courses
In-app course localisation
Interviewing German users to gather feedback and insights
The role will be roughly 1-3 days a week, starting with 3 days a week as the successful candidate will be required to complete a full review of the current app copy and content. Please include your hourly rate when applying.
How to apply:
We will be asking potential candidates to complete two tasks, just so we can see what you can do!
Task 1: Download the Femometer app. Share some opinions about the app. Screenshot some of the app pages and tell us what you would change/move/improve. This doesn't have to be about the copy alone and you're welcome to write this in German.
Task 2: Translate/improve the attached piece of content for us.
Please send us both tasks, your CV (and your hourly rate) as well as a short paragraph about you, and we will be in touch.
We look forward to hearing from you!
The Femometer Team
What do I need to know about ovulation? (And why is ovulation so important?)
Don’t worry if you feel like you’re a complete ‘ovulation-novice’. Here are the main things you need to know.
In a nutshell, ovulation is when one of your ovaries releases an egg and it begins its journey down the fallopian tubes to your uterus. It’s a bit too simple to think of ovulation as ‘just’ the release though.
You will have probably been told that ovulation takes place half way through your cycle. Although this is possible, it’s also different for everyone. You might ovulate on day 14, but you might ovulate on day 10 or day 21, it just depends on your unique cycle!
What causes ovulation to happen?
During the first phase of your cycle, the follicular phase, your body begins preparing for ovulation by increasing a hormone called Follicle Stimulating Hormone (or FSH for short) that makes your eggs grow. One egg or follicle, emerges as the dominant one and just before ovulation, Luteinizing Hormone (or LH for short) surges and this triggers the release of this ‘ripest egg’. Estrogen levels will rise whilst the eggs are growing, and then surge and peak alongside LH, which tends to peak in the 24-36 hours before ovulation.
The fertile window and ovulation
The fertile window is the five days leading up to ovulation and the day of ovulation itself. These are the 6 days that sex can result in pregnancy.
For this reason, we focus on helping you predict the fertile window and your ovulation. Our predictions are based on the data you provide when logging.
When predicting ovulation, the most helpful things to log are cervical mucus, BBT, cramping, cervical position, an increase in sex drive and, if you want to use them, results from your ovulation predictor kits (LH test strips) and fern tests. Other data will be helpful too; it may turn out to be an ovulation symptom that’s specific to you. For example, some people find they get extra hungry or tired around the time of ovulation.
Signs of irregular ovulation
Irregular or missing periods can be a sign of ovulation problems
No rise in BBT
Ongoing high or peak levels shown in LH tests
If you’re seeing these signs, or you’re concerned that you’re not ovulating, it’s always good to speak to your doctor to find out what’s going on.
Lollipop Technology (Hangzhou) Co., Ltd
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- Recruiter Type: Employer
- Industry type: Internet/E-commerce
Lollipop technology is a mobile Internet company focusing on women's and children's digital health. Lollipop's vision is to make the world healthier, and its mission is to quantitatively manage everyone's health data. Since its establishment, the company has developed a variety of smart health products, such as female thermometers, to help users in hundreds of countries around the world to quantify their health. Around the core target user group, the company will continue to develop high-quality intelligent hardware products, build global human health big data, and provide digital health services for users in combination with aiot technology, so that everyone can scientifically manage their own health data and make the whole world more healthy.
- Current Location: Hangzhou China