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
I don't know what National Examiner is, but it sounds like a good opportunity for somebody.
I've seen reviews for this. I heard it pays pretty well.
This add is for Examiner.com, I'm posting as the Canada wedding examiner which means that I'm national. Same as in the stated there are ie. Denver examiners who focus on info and news in the Denver area then there are National examiners that cover ie the politics of all the US States...
I think the Spirituality topic would be perfect for Pam.
I think it's similar to the National Enquirer. I could be wrong though
Oh, that would be perfect for me then. I almost never verify facts anyway, I could write for them.
Maybe it's like the National Review. They once hired a guy named Stephen Glass who was a reporter who made up a bunch of stories and passed them off as true They made a movie called "Shattered Glass" about him.
Hey Shirley and other Canucks. Examiner.com now has a Canadian site. I just got accepted as Canada Green Living Examiner
Zsuzsy Bee also writes there now. Any other Canadian Hubbers applied?
Obviously it has nothing to do with the National Enquirer
Good for you Susan I'm glad you have that one as I was debating between Green living and Wedding... obviously wedding won out because I think have more material for it... If you would like any info from my neck of the woods let me know. Like newsworthy stuff etc. email me if you would like.
I'm the Hartford Food Examiner -- go figure! They're a class act though.
See Sunforged's hubs that talk about The Examiner:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Writing-for-mon … nt-revenue
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-write-fo … s-Examiner
thank you for this info, it looks worth looking into.
it has blogs which cover different cities and has a corporate blog also.
I'm really curious to find out how you all like writing for Examiner. I've had my eye on them for awhile now but haven't pulled the trigger to apply. I've seen lots of mixed feedback from the people who write for them and of course read lots of back and forth about local vs. national topics etc. I'll be watching with interest.
btw: you can check out feedback on forums at absolute and also at ehow from people who currently write for Examiner.
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