We are seeking junior writers to research and write informative articles on assigned topics. Each article will need to be a MINIMUM of 500 words. We may wish to have several articles on a given topic covering various aspects of the subject matter.
The articles will be used for websites and therefore use of proper keywords and their density is an important factor.
Currently, we are seeking bids for following topics:
Mexico City (main focus needs to be on the commercial and business aspects of the city; i.e. major businesses, merchants, venues, accommodations, etc.)
While bidding, please specify the topic(s) you’d prefer to write on, how many (500 words each) articles you would like to write on a given subject and also provide us with an outline/plan of your write-up.
Please place your bids as the $$ amount for one article X number of articles you can productively write on a given topic.
There is absolutely no allowance to use any copyright material other that is allowed by the Law. It is permissible, however, to use brief "quotations" by authorities in a given field, and in appropriate situations gather information from public domains such as government sites. We have a broad menu of topics so there is a good likelihood that writer(s) will be able to find topic(s) related to their studies, field of work, or otherwise of interest to them to write about.
This is potentially a long-term opportunity, ideal for students or homemakers with good writing skills, access to a computer and an Internet connection. The successful candidates must be reliable, self-motivated and able to work unattended from their own home.
Compensation for completed work will be paid within 3 days after the write-ups are delivered and are found consistent with this project description. Payments will be made by credit card or cheque, depending upon provider’s preference; other payment methods can be considered given there’s no extra cost or much hassle using them. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Once again, we thank all the bidders who responded to our previous projects in this series. We wish there was a better way of awarding projects so that all the writers we'd like to give a try would not have to bid again and again. Hopefully, it would be worth it since all we are doing during this first round is to see which writer(s) would work best for us and be most affordable in the longer term.