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Please place your bids for writing of the three articles in English, from 700+ to 1100+ words each.
You will be responsible for both research and writing. The basic rules to follow:
Your article must answer the question posted in the title, or provide an explanation of the issue as clearly as possible (considering the word limit). If there is no scientific consensus about the issue in question, provide the most popular hypotheses. Always list sources and external links for people willing to verify your claims and/or look for more information on the subject. If there is no known answer to the issue in question – clearly state so and explain what is the reason for the lack of a decisive answer. Always verify the critical statements you make in your text with multiple sources. Debunk common myths and misconceptions.
Please see the file attached for titles of the articles
Below are some additional rules you should follow:
- These are not SEO articles, but an informative content. Quality is of paramount importance.
- The writing style is to be semi-casual.
Do not overuse complicated words/expressions. However, you should not attempt to avoid them at all costs.
Explain their meaning, where you think it is necessary. Your text should be comprehensible to an average individual, aged 16+, native speaker of English language.
Your texts should be free of errors - you will be penalized if any are found. Editor verifying your submission is getting paid for finding each mistake.
You will not be paid you will not be paid at all (your text will not be used and rights to it will not transfer to us) if 3 or more grammar/style/typographical errors are found in your text (limit applies to each text separately).
Most importantly – you will not be paid at all (your text will not be used and rights to it will not transfer to us) if a factual error is found in your text, or if a major name/date is incorrect (including a single-character error), e.g. “The HMS Titanic sank on April 15, 1912” – which is an incorrect statement, and should instead be “RMS Titanic sank on April 15, 1912”.
Please double check all the facts in your texts to avoid issues of this kind. By bidding for this offer, you accept the conditions.
All rights to the articles are transferred to us (OlsonDelta) and are exclusive.
The winning bid will be selected upon reviewing the offers and samples submitted.
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