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Copywriting - Four e-Books (20-30 pages each)

Topics of the four e-Books are Depression, Anxiety, Anger and Stress. The layout and content of each book can be very similar as these topics are very similar. The first book can be used as a template with changes being made in the other books that are appropriate to that topic. These should be configured as e-books and be saved in an easily downloadable format.

These are self-help books. The content should be directed towards people who have a desire to rid themselves of these problems. They should have specific instructions that will be tools to help them achieve their goal.

Each book should have eight chapters with two to three pages of content in each chapter. There should also be a twenty question quiz to quantify the seriousness of the reader's symptoms with specific recommendations for those who cross a certain threshold (ex: recommend for immediate counseling if suicidal).

Content (found on internet or other sources): Establish facts about each condition. Outline current trends in society. Discuss need for change from a negative then positive perspective. Disclose benefits of change. Outline specific methods for achieving lasting results and ways to easily implement those methods.

US and Canada bids will be given stronger consideration as this is our target market. All bids will be considered dependant upon quality/value. Only serious and honest candidates need apply. Daily updates will be required during the course of the seven day completion schedule. All completed material becomes the property of Communications Plus.

Habilidades: Redação Publicitária

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( 1 comentário ) Rockwall, United States

ID do Projeto: #13657