I read pmm349's article about Examiner.com, it said that he have been recently employed by them. I was wondering how to fill out the application.How much of an expert do you have to be? I want to be an LA Dodgers examiner. Im not an expert at baseball or anything but I watch every game and attend a lot of games during the season. Is that enough to write for examiner.com?
i think it does help. they are looking for people who are very enthusiastic which you seem to be!
by karpouzian 9 years ago
Well, I have just been accepted as an Examniner in Arts and Crafts for my area, and I was wondering if those who write for examiner could discuss their experiences, successes, failures, likes, and dislikes?
by PaulaHenry1 8 years ago
Wondering if anyone writes for The Examiner and if you could tell me if it's worth the time and energy? I recently was "hired" to write about local Hospice agencies and situations. I am just not sure about it- any insight would be great!
by fishskinfreak2008 9 years ago
WTF? She was a total idiot in the 2008 election. THIS MUST BE A JOKE.
by Shirley Anderson 9 years ago
I came across this posting during my online travels. It'd be really cool if at least one hubber made it in.Become a National Celebrity! Be a National Examiner for Examiner.com http://www.sunoasis.com/nationalexam.htmlI don't know what National Examiner is, but it sounds like a good...
by Isabellas 8 years ago
What is that examines.com site? I tried going to it and came up with nothing. Do you mean examiner?
by Ann810 3 years ago
How many articles do you have on Examiner.com?And what's the main topic of the article?
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