Sunday, 24 July 2011

Apply Now to Become a Writer at Suite 101

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As many of you may be aware, many of my internet based articles have been published by Canadian online magazine 

I recently applied for the vacant position of  Horse Racing Topic Editor on the site, and have found out over the last couple of days, that I have been successful. As you possibly would have guessed from reading some of my work, horse racing is somewhat of a passion of mine. 

Be it European racing - where I used to be a work watcher on the gallops at Newmarket and have travelled to all parts of the UK, in Ireland and France also, taking in as many courses as I can. Or to International events watched live on TV from the US and Australia to name but 2, I can never get enough of watching the "ponies trotting".

However, a site is only as good as the writers thereon and here I am on the lookout for up and coming scribes to write on the subject of horse racing (although there are jobs available in all subjects should other areas be of more interest).

Writing for Suite 101 provides you with the opportunity to:

1. Receive lifelong royalties generated by your articles. 
2. Extend the reach of your work by introducing it to millions of readers monthly.  
3. Build your writing portfolio and enhance your profile and reputation online. 
4. Interact with an established network of professional editors and writers. 
Here are five great reasons to write for Suite101

1. Get paid to write about topics that truly interest you.  
2. Build your profile and portfolio on Suite101 to get noticed by your audience. 
3. Share ideas with our community of 8000+ writers and learn tips and tricks from some of the best in the industry. 
4. Get critical feedback about your work from our team of professional editors. 
5. Set your own schedule!

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