Computers Catalog Web Content Writing

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We're a media company with a number of projects coming available for which we need a high quality content writer.
We're looking for a writer to write articles about computers, computer software, computer accessories, tablet computers, and the future of computing. The content must be directed at a US audience and be relevant to that audience. This includes American spelling along with idioms.

We're looking for a writer who will write a minimum of 12 articles that are about 400+ words in length.


Here's a general glance at the type of work we expect:

-Professional quality
-Top- and front-loading content (content that has a focused topic that is stated within the very first sentence and the first sentence containing the conclusion, respectively)
-Content that is designed for the web
-Content aimed at an American audience, including spelling, grammar, and American idioms
-Creating breaks in any text or information present with headings, lists, paragraphing, and any other creative ways to prevent a "wall" of text.
-Creating unique and specific titles for the content
-A keen insight in the topic to which only experts on the topic would know or through personal experience
-Audience Engagement


Please provide all the articles in a single word document, create your own individual article title for each article. Please underline all of the keywords listed in the spreadsheet. If there are no keywords, please create a logical article that is focused in on a certain topic within that general heading.

In the spreadsheet, you'll see Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 as headings that contain text. This text is the category of article we would like. When writing, please include this heading in the Style of Heading 1 in MS Word. (E.g., CPU would be in Heading 1.)

For your article title, please use Heading 2.
For any subheadings, please use Heading 3.

Attached is only a tentative sitemap. It may change, but all changes will be communicated.

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