ResearchWritingCenter.com being satisfied with the buzz around the previous contest decided to set up a new promotion right away
Online PR News – 23-March-2011 – – SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND, Mar. 21, 2010 – The ResearchWritingCenter.com recently announced the results for its previous promotion. Over 300 people participated in the contest and the staffers spent many hours sifting through the submissions, searching for the top content.
“We were really overwhelmed! Some of our staffers had to stay after hours just to handle all of the submissions! But they actually liked it, because most of the essays were really interesting to read. And there were also funny submissions, the ones which we didn't take seriously because the off topic content. It was an exciting experience – we got together, discussed the essays and had a lot of fun! I'm sure the participants also enjoyed the contest, it's pleasant tension and the real sense of competition as there were a lot of unique and great essays!” - says Jennifer Burns, one of the head managers at the ResearchWritingCenter.com
And now the ResearchWritingCenter.com is really excited to announce a new contest for its fans – and it's sort a surprise for them. Because it will require them to active a different range of skills, from the ones they've used when participating in the essay writing contest. This is a photo contest. The ResearchWritingCenter.com wants to show the diversity of the freelancing staff through pictures of their freelancing workshops – place where they create their literary masterpieces and/or study and relax.
The contest just started recently, but the project expects a lot of activity from its fans, as the previous promotion created a lot of buzz around the ResearchWritingCenter.com. The prize of $500 is a great incentive to unleash the photographer potential in each of the contest participants and RWC Facebook fans. The main goal of the project is to keep the fans engaged, make sure that they are having fun with the ResearchWritingCenter.com and at the same time a chance to monetize their skills, even if it's not directly related to the freelancing specialization of the project.
The ResearchWritingCenter.com wishes good luck to all of the participants and hopes to see some great picture submissions, which are also going to be posted on the RWC blog!
ResearchWritingCenter.com is a global freelance writing community where satisfied customers and skilled writers meet. Being in online freelance writing business for quite a few years now, RWC is here to provide stable and reliable job for writers all across the globe. What was started as a partnership, RWC has grown to become a freelance network with hundreds of skilled writers and a dedicated support team.
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