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Need Journalist to Write 5000 words Per Week for $100

From the always fair Craigslist:

Looking to Hire Entertainment Journalists For Paid Writing Gig (Los Angeles)


Date: 2011-01-31, 11:33AM PST
Reply to: gigs-rahsk-2190200586@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]


Looking to hire experienced, U.S. based entertainment writers to write articles on TV shows and the celebrities that star in the shows for a rapidly growing online entertainment website with a large user audience.

Article Topics:
-U.S. TV show episode previews and recaps
-Breaking/recent news about U.S. TV shows and episodes
-News about celebrities that star in U.S. TV shows

Submission Guidelines:
-All articles must be a minimum of 250 words
-All articles must be original (articles will be ran though copyscape.com to ensure originality)
-Articles need to include SEO keyword density
-Articles must include sourced images

All articles must be written and submitted to be published Monday-Friday.

This job will start with a target of 20 articles published per week. After that, there is no limit to the number of high-quality, original TV show related articles that can be submitted to be published once approved.

This is a great opportunity for experienced journalists to have their work exposed to millions of readers and for talented writers looking to build their portfolio.

Please submit proposals with your bid per article on 20 articles a week.

  • Location: Los Angeles
  • it’s NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
  • Compensation: $5 per 250 word article

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