We are looking for talented, reliable writers to create original and professional articles for our network of websites about colleges and universities, life on campus and higher education trends. We need you to write original content in the higher education industry. This first project is for a single article writing about colleges, universities and higher education in general. We will provide main ideas, some background info, and a couple of online resources to get you started. The key here is creating informative and engaging content. Based on the success of this small project, we will select writers to write an additional 10-12 articles on various topics (about college and the world of higher education) for our website. The writer will use the given information to come up with an interesting, engaging, and relevant article. The articles need to be original, contain proper US English usage, keyword focused and pass plagiarism review (we review every article using copyscape.com). REQUIREMENTS * Approximately 600-800 words per article. * Create easy to read content that is engaging and uses relevant keywords. * Submit articles in Google docs folder (provided) in plain text format (no MS Word special characters). * Include 1 or 2 links out to trusted sources online. Identify ALL information sources by including a link in the text (eg, http://www.samplelink.com/research-article) * Don't use symbols such as percent (%), em dashes, etc.. * When possible, content should be written in an evergreen fashion – not tied to particular dates/time/events. (Some articles are date specific.) * This is a “works for hire” project. Buyer maintains all copyrights to works created in this project. THE LONG TERM We create a lot of content across our sites and are always looking for high quality, reliable writers. You can earn your spot on our long term team by delivering high quality content on time. Once you are on our team, you will be able to suggest your own list of titles for the upcoming quarter. Does this sound interesting? Think you’ve got what it takes to be a higher ed writer?