Our Expert Editors are the backbone of our qualitative excellence. We are inviting applications for the Editorial Writer Membership at Whatisresearch.com.
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Write for Us?
At WhatIsResearch we aim to provide insight and inspiration to Research Scholars, Scientists, Professionals, Research Journal Publishers, Educational Institutions, Learning Societies, Technology decision-makers and anyone else who is proud to be called a Researcher. From defining complex tech jargon in our dictionary to exploring the latest trends in our articles, or providing in-depth coverage of a topic in our tutorials, our goal is to help our readers better understand technology and, we hope, make better decisions as a result.
We’re looking for experts who work in the field, follow the news and know how to tell a good story. If you think you have a great idea, send us a pitch, including a few lines detailing what you want to write about and how long you think your article will be. Pieces on our site are generally between 500 and 1,200 words.
So Why Should You Contribute to Whatisresearch.com?
This is a great opportunity to develop a following and gain recognition for being a leader in your field of expertise. This gives you a greater chance of getting noticed by others for opportunities within your field. We will also display of the Writer or contributor and honor with a special Certificate form our editorial team and free passed to our Annual Writers Conference.
We Do the Work.
Not only will our Editorial Staff post your great articles, we’ll double-check it for grammatical and spelling errors while also formatting it to look its best on our site.
Don’t Send us Self Promotional articles.
Your article will include a bio. This is your chance to talk yourself up all you want – and include a link to your own blog or website. Keep the article itself informative and entertaining, and steer clear of self-promotion. You may include a maximum of two off-site links, but they need to informative and relevant, and as per Google’s guidelines, these need to be rel=”nofollow”. If they’re commercial or promotional in nature, we’re just not interested. Our staff will, however, promote you and the content you produce through social sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google+. We multiply your efforts in promoting your reputation.
How to Submit?
Email your submission to contact.whatisresearch(at)gmail.com If your post is accepted, you’ll hear from us.