This project is for 2 sets of 10 health insurance articles. The articles will be on specific health insurance companies. Basically, providing a bit of information and background on the health insurance companies. Here's how it will work. Both sets of articles will be on the same health insurance companies. The only difference will be in the length of the articles. In set 1, the articles only need to be about 250-300 words in length. In set 2, the articles will need to be 500-550 words in length. The articles in set 1 can contain the same information as in set 2, but the articles themselves need to be original. So what you will do is write an article on health insurance company 1 that is 500-550 words in length, then rewrite that article and reduce it down to 250-300 words in length (not just remove a paragraph, each set of articles needs to be unique). ***All articles must be original articles written by you. I will be checking articles against copyscape and other sources to insure originality.*** The articles need to be submitted to me in .txt format. The first line of the article should be it's title followed by a space and then the article. The article title should be descriptive and 7-10 words in length. There should be a blank line between each paragraph of the article. Please do NOT write the articles in WORD and then save as a text file as Word uses some MS specific coding that causes issues. Simply write the articles in a PLAIN TEXT EDITOR. I will send the winning bidder the list of health insurance companies they will be writing on.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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