We are looking for 4 additional article writers to join our team. Before I go into detail, let me tell you the following: #1- We are paying no more then $8 per article, which must be at least 425 ??" 450 words (Sorry but the economy is in limbo right now, but life goes on) #2- You must either know a hell of a lot about the music industry and/or be a heck of a good researcher, because every single article that we will need from you will be music related (more on this later) #3- We are only looking for long term folks, who know how to work and operate as part of a team and who can meet weekly / daily deadlines and realize that if you screw up anywhere along the lines it screws up the whole team! So if you passed the 3 criteria above, let me tell you a little bit more about this project. A- You’ll be required to hand in a set of 7 articles (at least 425-450 words) a week, every week before Sunday 6pm Eastern time B- We’ll supply you with the “phrases?? to write about, for example for this week we may say give us articles about the following topics / phrases; How to start a “production studio?? Why singing in the “church choir?? can be good for you ??How to write a jazz song?? How to “get radio play?? for your songs If you noticed, some of the keywords have “?? around them, those are the keywords that you will be required to focus on and make sure that they appear within the content of your article at least 10 times. C- Once done every week, you’ll hand your articles in by simply loading them onto our Google Docs account, which takes about 30 seconds to do (we’ll show you if you are not familiar don’t be scared : ) D- We are looking for expert writers, correct grammar is great, but I want you to be able to provide fantastic content and information that will make people want to return and read the other articles as well as pass them on and tell other about them. D- 100% original
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