UNIT I ARTICLE TOPICS:
HEALTH, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, POLITICS,
ENTERTAINMENT, ANIMALS, EDUCATION
The first instructional unit will last three days. Over the course of those three days, you will pick topics from the list above. Specifically, your task is to select and complete at least one topic each day from the list of 7 topics located at the top OF this page. However, no matter which topics you choose, keep in mind that the content of your submission must be either current news or evergreen. According to WordStream.com, Evergreen content is SEO content that is continually relevant and stays “fresh” for readers.
Submit your completed article to our publication each day for the first three days of your training using the form below. Be sure to bookmark this page so it will be easy for you to find each day.
There is no limit on the number of topics you choose to complete; yet, they must contain at least 500 words or more.
Once again, you must choose your article topic from the above list. You can write about any topic in the list, however, you can only cover a particular topic once.
If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can address your email to DiMarkco Chandler.
While there is no emphasis on speed , as you will not be timed, the number of topic assignments you complete over the three-day period will give our team an idea of how much work you can handle in a given day.
The primary objective of the first instructional unit is to use your completed articles to guide and direct us through the second training unit that follows.
Specifically, you will submit three articles over three days; one article per day for three consecutive days.
Please commence these instructions at your earliest convenience by submitting your first article below. You do not need to wait to hear from us before submitting the rest of your articles. Again, please submit one article per day for three consecutive days. At the end of this period, after you have submitted your three articles, we will contact you to schedule ‘unit two’ of this process.