Need experts to write on a long term basis for [url removed, login to view] on topics related to your diseases and health issues. Professional doctors or PhDs preferred. Can write on any disease not mentioned in Disease and Diagnostics section. Even some common symptoms can be explained (like reasons for Eye burns, Bloating, Rectal Bleeding, Fatigue all the time etc). Life Style based diseases should be preferred.
To start with we need some one to write 5 articles and submit at:
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Articles must be between 1200-1500 words. Proper images and text formatting expected otherwise disputes over payment would be there. We will give feedback over each submission.
Plagiarism will be thoroughly checked, so avoid fooling us.
A sample article is expected (not more than 800 words) on a disease of choice from bidders. Potential candidate(s) can also participate in our contest at:
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Write --->"I am in"<---- in your bid proposal to let us know that you have properly read these instructions. Other bids will straight forward be rejected on account of negligence in reading our instructions.
We are looking for dedicated and alert writer, apart from being technically sound!
As per the recent meeting of our knowledge management team, (and considering the fact that the bidders are not providing any sample of their work), it has been decided to edit the conditions of the contest being organized by our team and only the WINNER OF THE CONTEST will be awarded this PROJECT.
As per recent amendment in the contest, the candidates have to write only TWO POSTS (can be both articles or both replies only) and the best entry will win INR 9000/-.
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ONLY THE WINNER OF THE CONTEST WILL GET THIS PROJECT.
12 freelance font une offre moyenne de ₹12316 pour ce travail
Hello, My friend is doing PhD in IITG in Biotechnology. He can provide you quality article on any topic. I am bidding on his behalf. We also have a blog: www.mycancerbiology.wordpress.com.