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Short Blog Post $70.00

The obesity crisis collides with the body-shaming movement

Our national obesity health crisis is getting worse and requires better public education and awareness. Meanwhile, the “anti-body-shaming” movement represents a much-needed cultural shift. But what happens when the two conversations overlap and concern over our food supply and eating habits is misinterpreted as a fat-bashing narrative? This blog will discuss how important it is to distinguish between the two issues by defining one as a matter of public policy and the other a matter of public decency.

Kathy H

Kathy H

Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$42 Earned

Standard Blog Post $76.75

Top 5 Best Colleges for Accounting and Finance in 2018

This blog post will compare the top five best colleges for accounting and finance in the United States. It will not only cover what these top accounting schools are but also their degree programs are for financial planning, actuarial science and more. The post will summarize how students can make their choice and cover how to talk to advisors about financial aid.

Jenn G

Jenn G

Boothbay, Maine, United States

Customer Ratings 57
$4.05K Earned
94% Job Acceptance
47% Followed Guidelines
65% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

Tapping Into Promising College Candidates

This blog will focus on how to lure students who show promise so that the business benefits from bringing in the best talent by recognizing the potential of college students.

Valerie M

Customer Ratings 38
$2.8K Earned
100% Job Acceptance
54% Followed Guidelines
71% Customer Happiness

Standard Blog Post $163.75

When Do You Need to Collect Sales Tax on Services?

Sales tax guide for service businesses. When are services subject to sales tax? What about services in other states? What if the service includes tangible property?

Erin F

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

Customer Ratings 128
$21.9K Earned

Short Blog Post $58.50

Statute of Limitations for Debt Collectors

I would explain the statutes of limitations for creditors and third-party debt collectors. Inform the consumer of his rights under the FCDRA and what action to take if a creditor violates the act. I would discuss various debts, such as contracts and credit card debt. I would explain the variations in state laws and lengths. In some states the statute of limitations is just three years, while in other states it can be as long as 15 years. I want to answer questions like: What actions reset the clock? How can a debt collector can extend the statute?

jeannine m

Customer Ratings 0
$217 Earned

Short Blog Post $49.50

Top 10 National Title Contenders in College Football in 2016.

A list of 10 teams to watch that have a great chance of making the College Football Playoff and, ultimately, winning the national championship. This post will appeal to casual fans and gamblers alike and feature teams such as Alabama and Michigan.

Theodore B

Theodore B

Manhattan Beach, California, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$6.94K Earned
98% Job Acceptance
91% Followed Guidelines
91% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $76.25

Are States About to Kill the Electoral College?

This article will discuss and explain the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, in which states agree to commit elector votes to the popular vote winner. Currently states representing 60% of the required electoral college majority have signed on.

Stephen A

Stephen A

New York, New York, United States

Customer Ratings 104
$42.8K Earned
98% Job Acceptance
87% Followed Guidelines
88% Customer Happiness

Standard Blog Post $76.75

5 Ways to Start Building Good Credit while in College

Many college students still depend on their parents for financial support. Yet when they graduate, they might suddenly find themselves living on their own - with no credit. This post will outline five top things a college student can and should do to be sure they have a solid credit rating upon graduation.

Cherri M

Customer Ratings 5
$308 Earned

Short Blog Post $49.50

It's OK to Not Be OK: How to Cope with Mental Illness in College

This blog is about how to overcome the challenges that mental illness creates when one is in the college setting. Tips include creating a schedule, setting realistic goals, and ways to re-frame thinking.

Larrisa M

Larrisa M

DuBois, Pennsylvania, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$0 Earned

Short Blog Post $49.50

3 Ways to Give Back When Short on Time and Money

Target audience: Millennials (college students and young professionals) living with limited time & money, but with the desire to give back. Outlines 3 easy ways to support charities/nonprofits. Angle (lifestyle, financial, etc.) tailored to audience.

Lauren E

Lauren E

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$0 Earned

Short Blog Post $50.00

Eliminating the Freshman 15 Myth!

People say your first year of college provides the most freedom, time, and money (but not really, you're still broke) for students to gain those hefty pounds. But it's not that hard to incorporate a healthy lifestyle and prevent that weight gain

Carolyn L

Carolyn L

Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$218 Earned

Standard Blog Post $90.00

Too Young to Think About Retirement? Think Again!

Even if you're fresh out of school (college, or even high school) and are just starting your career, it's not too early to begin thinking about how you want to spend your retirement years. Being young and a long way from retirement--in other words, having lots of "time")--is one of your most valuable assets. Don't waste it! Start now, in your youth, developing and implementing your retirement plan. Set your goals and begin working toward them--you can only regret it if you wait.

Lester Y

Lester Y

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$113 Earned

Standard Blog Post $76.75

Student Loans: Starting out Behind the Eight-Ball

Statistics show that a person's lifetime earning potential dramatically increases with a college degree in hand. Unfortunately, statistics also show that the cost of such a degree has become prohibitive for most without the help of some type of financial aid. In other words, students will need to dig a big debt-hole in order to make enough money to pay off that "initial" debt. For many, that can bring long-term ramifications. Is it worth it?

Lester Y

Lester Y

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$63 Earned

Short Blog Post $82.50

Why Taking That Finance Class is a Smart Decision

This blog post will discuss the benefits of taking finance classes in college for non-finance majors. Target audience includes those currently enrolled in college courses.

Lauren B

Lauren B

Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Customer Ratings 9
$679 Earned
95% Job Acceptance
90% Followed Guidelines
50% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $55.88

Pokemon Go Safety Tips

If you've seen someone walking while looking at their cell and narrowly miss a collision, they may have been playing Pokemon Go. This blog post will offer safety tips to help keep this newest craze more pleasant than perilous.

Nancy L

Nancy L

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Customer Ratings 93
$11K Earned
98% Job Acceptance
92% Followed Guidelines
87% Customer Happiness

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