We want well written, researched articles on topics of interest to EditFast's clients.
We would like to commission you to create a unique and fully researched article on any topic you choose that is relevant to the purpose and goals of EditFast, EditFast's potential clients, EditFast's users, or the art and craft of writing or editing.
Your article should be focused on a single topic. Aside from the instructions below, DO NOT use SEO keyword tactics. Writing with specific keywords in mind 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?
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.
Article Requirements and Specifications
All articles must:
be a valid addition to the description of services that EditFast provides.
provide useful information for any group of potential clients or users of EditFast
inform potential clients of writing processes or editing processes that they will find useful.
add usefulness, depth, and scope to the EditFast article archive.
be unique — as in not already available on the web or in print and not rewritten from an article on some other site.
(NOTE: All submissions will be thoroughly checked for plagiarism, article spinning, rewriting etc.
We take plagiarism very seriously. Infractions of this rule will result in:
permanent banishment from the entire EditFast site network
warnings being sent including all relevant information to all EditFast partners, Twitter connections, and Facebook friends.)
have a main title using one keyword phrase appropriate to the focus of the article near the beginning of the title (first or second word)
be approximately 2,000 words
be a researched, in-depth, well-written article to be considered
be formally referenced, with charts, diagrams, tables and/or visual cues as appropriate and wherever possible
be error free! (Submitted articles with errors will not be considered or acknowledged.)
be separated into at least three distinct sections that have:
a sub-heading for each section using a main keyword phrase OR a related keyword phrase (a synonym to the main keyword phrase) near the beginning of the heading.