I'm looking for authors to write articles about weight lifting and weight lifting supplements for my site chemicallyanabolic.com. I'm open to suggestions on topics but they should not be things already covered unless a new subcategory. Please put your topic in the bid.
Please do not pick up this order unless you have a in-depth knowledge of fitness and the processes of the human body. You should be enthusiastic about fitness and weight lifting if you're going to pick up this order as it requires an authentic perspective.
The article should be formatted similar to the Skyscraper Technique article: [login to view URL]
Please also be familiar with the book Mass Persuasion Method by Bushra Azhar or similar works. [login to view URL] I'd like you to use at least 3 of the 8 persuasion methods.
The purpose of this content is to educate my readers and rank #1 in Google search for the keyword "anabolic." I want this article to be a standalone resource for people to know what it means to be in an anabolic state, why it is important, and how to achieve it. This will also require you to write a little about the catabolic state.
My target audience will be mostly men but I don't want it laser focused on men as women are more and more interested in physical sports and competition. The geographic focus in North America. The fitness industry is very unforgiving so the article will have to be very accurate. However, this isn't an article for the medical community so there should be some relateable information and humor. Please don't write a bland paper or sound like a robot.
First and second person. This should be like you talking to a friend.
While this article should be informative and educational, it should feel like a conversation with someone who is interested in fitness. You shouldn't have to break it down to a third grader as the site visitor should know a little about fitness already. But again, you're telling a friend or acquaintance and you really want them to walk away with a solid understanding of the concept.
You're writing a 2,000+ word blog post so you obviously need headers and sub headers. If you can find a reason for bulleted lists then that would be great as that breaks things up visually and usually highlights important things for the reader.
Feel free to link to other resources with authority like WebMD or PubMed. You can even link to authors or experts as long as they are medical authorities.
I would like you to use a quote or two from an authority.
Please, no linking to Men's Health, [login to view URL], or other similar sites as they aren't' authority sites. You can mention products in a generic sense but not specific brand names.
The book Mass Persuasion Method by Bushra Azhar ( [login to view URL] ) is an excellent resource to keep readers engaged and feel connected. I don't want to build a following as much as I want to build a community. I'd like you to use at least 3 of the 8 persuasion methods.
By accepting this order, you agree that I may name myself and/or others as the author of the text you write, including any modifications to or derivative works from such text.
However, if you are a fitness writer provide me your information and depending on your typical content I may consider linking to your bio. I may change the article a bit so you must be conformable with that. Message me to discuss this as a possibility. You must look the part and have a history of writing fitness related articles. But if we cannot come to an agreement you still must agree that I may name myself and/or others as the author of the text you write, including any modifications to or derivative works from such text.