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Researched Articles Wanted

*NOTE 1: We are NOT looking for SEO keyword articles.

*NOTE 2: Unsolicited submissions or articles of poor quality will not be accepted or acknowledged.

We want well written, researched articles on topics of interest to EditFast's clients or users.

We would like to commission you to create a unique and fully researched article (with references, charts, diagrams, tables and/or visual cues if possible) on any topic you choose, but it must be relevant to the purpose and goals of EditFast, EditFast's potential clients, or EditFast's users. Before you do any writing or any research, contact EditFast to have your topic approved. With prior topic approval, EditFast will pay US $250 for each article accepted. Your article should be focused on a single topic. Do NOT use SEO keyword tactics. Focus on specific keywords is not required and in fact SEO writing is discouraged. Use keywords naturally when and where required. Write naturally for human consumption, usefulness, and enjoyment and not for the Google bot.

How do I start writing unique articles for EditFast?

For your article to be considered for publication by EditFast, You MUST contact EditFast to approve your topic first. The article must strictly adhere to the following requirements:

  1. Must have a main heading using some keyword phrases near the beginning of the heading.
  2. ~2,000 words.
  3. Researched, in-depth, well-written article.
  4. Unique - as in not already available on the web and not rewritten from an article on some other site. All submissions will be thoroughly checked for plagiarism, article spinning, rewriting etc.
  5. Should be formally referenced, with charts, diagrams, tables and/or visual cues wherever possible
  6. Error free!
  7. Each article must be separated into distinct sections. Min. 3 sections.
  8. Each section must:
    1. have a sub-heading using some keyword phrases near the beginning of the heading.
    2. must be a min. of 500 words.

You are free to submit an article on any topic that you think:

  1. is a valid addition to the description of services that EditFast provides.
  2. provides useful information for any group of potential clients or users of EditFast
  3. informs potential clients of writing processes or editing processes that they will find useful.
  4. adds usefulness, depth and scope to the EditFast article archive.
Before starting, please contact EditFast admin first to confirm your topic.

*NOTE: Unsolicited submissions without prior approval or articles of very poor quality will not be accepted or acknowledged.

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