This is a very simple job that will take about 45 minutes a day or less from you, per article. We are looking for someone to write two articles a week, each no less then 425 words, that deal with helping artist / singers / musicians in the music industry. Then you will be required to post them to our blog (or just write them from the blog) [url removed, login to view] At the bottom of Each post, you will place a link and image to one of our products and a little blurp that says something like "This blog post was brought to you by XXX.. For more information, visit [url removed, login to view] Similair to how we have this post: [url removed, login to view] You will be responsible for creating *Relavant* tags and post descriptions, that descrip the article (this is usually about 1/2 paragraph) Like I said, this is a VERY simple job and will probably take no more then 45 minutes a day per article, so please be fair and honest when placing your bid. We are only looking for fair individuals, this job is so simple that a 9 year old could do it. Show Samples of YOUR work (no stealing) Ty
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