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Project Description

Dear Freelance Writers,

I am a mnemonic-holic and I reside in Coimbatore, India. I love to coin, collect and share mnemonics/acronyms. I am looking for people who can coin and write articles--with insightful mnemonics--in their field of expertise. You can visit; [url removed, login to view] to get a clue on what I am talking about.

For instance, if you are a doctor, you must be able to come up with mnemonics that help doctors to remember clinical and medical terms. If you a web designer, you must be able to come up with a mnemonic that can help web designers to improve their designing skills.

I like to pay $10 for a 500 word article. However, Please read the below eligibility criteria before applying:

--You must have a blogger account with a “[url removed, login to view]” domain name. Example: “[url removed, login to view]”.
--You must have been posting at least 2-3 blog post every month, consistently, in your blogspot.
--Your [url removed, login to view] should be informative, and insightful.

Once you pass the above criteria, you can start writing articles for me.

Your article must contain an acronym or a mnemonic that is originally coined by you.

Example.

I am a corporate trainer. I have written an article on effective listening skills using DJASPER mnemonic myself.
Effective Listening Skills, a vital Non-verbal communication skills, through Easy Mnemonic Devices

Mnemonics, sometimes called acronyms, is one the most admired memorization techniques of humankind. Mnemonic devices helps to retain and recall information faster as it often stores the details and concepts in the long term memory. DJASPER is one such mnemonics examples that can help remember different types of listening.

From management students to working executives, corporate trainers to managers, effective listening skills are vital in every phase of professional life. The listening becomes better when one takes conscious efforts to improve his/her listening skills. Both verbal and non verbal communication skills play equal role when it comes to effective listening skills. The listening especially is important for public speakers, corporate trainers and managers.

Different types of listening is summarized using a simple mnemonic device; DJASPER

Detective listening
Defensive listening
Judgmental listening
Active listening
Selective listening
Passive listening
Pseudo listening
Empathetic listening
Evaluative listening
Reflective listening

and, I have written an article (500 words) on DJASPER.

To get more ideas, visit my blog and follow the articles and you would see that almost all articles are written using an acronym or a mnemonic, [url removed, login to view]

I expect the same kind of articles from other professionals such as mechanical engineers, architects, content writers, proof readers, typists and every other profession.

What is Expected out of you:
--You can choose your topic of interest. You must be a professional or must be passionate about the subject that you write, preferably those topics that you post in your blog regularly.
--You hold the copyrights of your article: After you write a 500 word original quality article that contains an acronym/or a mnemonic, I will --Publish your article in my blog by introducing you as a contributing writer and provide a link to your blog. So, every time you write an article for my blog, you will get traffic to your blog.
--In return, you must place my blog link in your main page of your blog so that people come to my blog every time they visit your blog. This way, we both get mutual traffic from our quality content.

Please provide your blogspot address so that I can review your blog first and then we can take it forward. Once I feel your blogspot is interesting and insightful, I will provide more details about the writing requirements.

Please do not bid if you do not have a blogspot.

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