Insanity in individuals is something rare - but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule. - Friedrich Nietzsche
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
About Types of Authors

There are two types of authors:

Op-Ed Authors and dlm Staff Writers ... and we're always looking for both.

Op-Ed Authors

are people like Raymond E. Pinard who create full stories that first appear on his website. He then sends over a copy, we re-post some part of it, then link back to his website. We get the benefit of being able to both post his content and then respond to it. He gets the benefit getting his material in front of more readers. Here's an example of Raymond's most recent article about Job Numbers

Note: You don't need to have your own website. You don't need to publish in a PDF. You can send us your material in whatever format you have. You email it to us. We post it and give credit/link-back to you.

Staff Writers

are everyone else who wants to contribute, but with something that requires less time. Have you ever seen a headline that you found to be misleading or sensationalized to sway public opinion? That's the type of low-hanging fruit we try to find everyday. To create an article like this, it takes about 10 minutes. Here's the authoring process we follow if you're interested.

These are not-for-hire positions. This is not an offer for internship. Rather, we're looking for people who are already out there writing and want to publish and promote. e.g., We have attorneys who write about legal issues in the news. Because our readers might need attorneys with expertise in the areas where they are authoring, their benefit is gaining exposure to new potential clients.

To become part of our group, it's simple. Start with an email to introduce yourself and include a sample of your writing. This material does not have to be original. The only requirement is that you are the sole owner of the content. i.e., If you have your own blog, it's fine to reuse your posts here.

If you have any questions, drop me a note.

Thanks,

Dave Miller





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