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How to Become a Listverse Writer: Steps to Success
Step 1. Sign up for an account with Listverse
Listverse is a website that publishes lists of interesting and curious facts. They publish lists about anything from the most dangerous animals to the most bizarre unsolved mysteries.
The site was created in 2004 by John Saito and David Wrobel, who are both freelance writers.
The site has a wide range of topics and is updated regularly with new content.
It has been seen as an online encyclopedia for curious people and is popular among students, researchers, journalists, and anyone looking for a good read.
It also publishes list articles on its own site as well as on other websites such as The Huffington Post.
Listverse writers are paid based on the number of words published per article at the time of publication (paid per word).
Step 2. Read the website guidelines and style guide
Writing for Listverse is an opportunity to share your knowledge with a wide audience. The site is open to all sorts of writing, from lists and quizzes to essays and personal stories.
In order to become a writer for Listverse, you need to follow the website guidelines and style guide. This will help you create content that will be accepted by the editors.
Step 3. Add your name to the writers database
Listverse is a popular website that publishes short lists on a variety of topics. They have been around since 2007 and have over one million subscribers.
Here are the steps to become a Listverse writer:
1) Add your name to the writers database.
2) Write an article with an interesting list that you think Listverse readers would enjoy.
3) Submit it to the editor by emailing your article to firstname.lastname@example.org or sending it in through their contact form.
Step 4. Write articles that fit the site’s requirements and themes Step
1: Read the site’s requirements and themes
2: Choose a topic that fits the site’s requirements or themes
3: Write an article that is well-researched, compelling, and has been proofread
4: Submit your article for consideration
Step 5. Submit your article to Listverse using their blog submission form
Listverse is a website that publishes lists of unusual or interesting facts. They are looking for authors who can submit their articles to their blog.
Listverse has a submission form on their website where you can submit your article. You will need to provide the title, the body of your article and what category it should be posted in.
Their team then reviews submissions and if they like it, they will post it on the site. If they don’t like it, they will let you know why in an email.
Step 6. Wait three days or so and check your email inbox for a reply from one of their editor
Listverse is a list-based website that provides readers with articles on the most bizarre and unusual facts. It has a very detailed work process for writers.
The first step to becoming a Listverse writer is to submit an article idea via email. This is done by following the instructions in the email from one of their editors. The editor will either accept or reject your article idea and then you wait three days or so and check your email inbox for a reply from one of their editors (key word: email check inbox call back). If your article idea has been rejected, you can submit another one at any time, but if it has been accepted, you need to write it within five days and then send it back to them via email.
We all know that the internet is filled with articles on a variety of topics. The problem is that it’s often hard to find quality articles that are well-researched and written by experts.
Listverse solves this problem by publishing a list of interesting, quirky, and unusual facts every day. They also have a list of “Best of the Web,” which curates some of the best articles from around the internet.
All you need to do to become a Listverse writer is send them an email with your pitch for an article on one of their topics (key word: email pitch). If they like your idea, they will reply back within three days or so with instructions on how to proceed.