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Need 40 "Unique" Articles on Brain Health

We need 40 uniquely written articles (approx 600 words each) of good quality, well researched and well written.

They should be grammatically correct and Copyscape clean - Please No plagiarism.

The subject matter is Brain Health.

- Article title must include the keyword within, ie. if the keyword is 'internet marketing', a good title for an article would be "Learn all the Untold Secrets of Internet Marketing"

- Title's must be unique for the most part. DO NOT use the same style of title for every article.

- The keyword must appear within the article 1-3% of the time. So if the article is 600 words long an appropriate number of keywords appearing within the text would be anything from 8-10.

Key words:

Brain Health x 2

Brain Neurons Role x 2

Neuron Health x 2

Neural Communication x 2

Neural Network x 2

Brain Food x 2

Brain Supplements & Nutrition x 2

Brain Degeneration x 2

Brain Exercise x 2

Brain Function x 2

Alzheimer's x 2

Parkinson's x 2

Autism x 2

ADD & ADHD Explained x 2

Baby Boomers & The Aging Brain x 2

Young Brains x 2

Neurotransmitters x 2

Neurites Dendrites & Axites And Their Function in The Brain x 2

Hippocampus Health x 2

About The Amygdala x 1

The Students Developing Brain x 1

Thanks for looking.

Please PM with some of your previous work writing articles.

Appreciated.

Færdigheder: Copywriting, Internet Markedsføring, Link Bygning, Research

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