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Advanced C++ writers

Hi,
We are looking for good technical writers on C++/VC++ topics. The
materials can include tips/tutorials/advanced articles/project etc.,
Each materials can be paid upto a maximum of $15 depending on the
type/size/quality of the contributions. If you feel you deserve more
pls specify the reasons.

If interested, please send an email to mu*****@lycos.com.
Copyrighted materials or stuff that are copied from other
websites/books are not accepted.

If accepted, this can be a good long term opportunity.

Thanks
Muthu
Jul 22 '05 #1
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On 1 Aug 2004 04:54:35 -0700, mu*****@lycos.com (M.Kumar) wrote:
Hi,
We are looking for good technical writers on C++/VC++ topics. The
materials can include tips/tutorials/advanced articles/project etc.,
Each materials can be paid upto a maximum of $15 depending on the
type/size/quality of the contributions. If you feel you deserve more
pls specify the reasons.


Is that a typo, did you mean $150? I think technical articles normally
get in the region of $200-400, but I'm sure a CUJ or Dr. Dobbs
contributor could be more precise on the figure.

Tom
Jul 22 '05 #2

"M.Kumar" <mu*****@lycos.com> wrote in message
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Hi,
We are looking for good technical writers on C++/VC++ topics. The
materials can include tips/tutorials/advanced articles/project etc.,
Each materials can be paid upto a maximum of $15 depending on the
type/size/quality of the contributions. If you feel you deserve more
pls specify the reasons.


Well as long as it is a "tip" or "advanced article" that can be written in
"up to a maximum of 10 minutes", I'd say that's about fair.
Jul 22 '05 #3
tom_usenet wrote:

On 1 Aug 2004 04:54:35 -0700, mu*****@lycos.com (M.Kumar) wrote:
Hi,
We are looking for good technical writers on C++/VC++ topics. The
materials can include tips/tutorials/advanced articles/project etc.,
Each materials can be paid upto a maximum of $15 depending on the
type/size/quality of the contributions. If you feel you deserve more
pls specify the reasons.


Is that a typo, did you mean $150? I think technical articles normally
get in the region of $200-400, but I'm sure a CUJ or Dr. Dobbs
contributor could be more precise on the figure.

Tom


"Tips" usually get $50-75 per submission.

Articles (general), depending on length and other factors, are typically
$350-650.

(Speaking from experience)

By the time you factor in the tax hassles of payment, $15 comes no where near
worth it -- I agree, hopefully it was a typo.
Jul 22 '05 #4

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