Research journalist ( Alternative media focus ) blog article writer contest
- Stare: Closed
- Premiu: $100
- Intrări primite: 18
- Câștigător: gobal317
Hello, There is an interesting new type of blog research writing, and we want to have more researchers discover and engage in it at Infomashup.com. It is a valuable tool for internet research. So you are invited to engage your journalism and internet research skills in a journalism blog entry contest. https://infomashup.com/contests/?contest=C202101
**EARLY ENTRIES get higher scoring bonuses.**
You are welcome to add multiple entries.
1st: $100 dollars, 2nd: $30, and 3rd: $15.
***BONUS: For every 30 unique entrants with a proper Infomashup blog post entry, the payout for the contest will increase by $10 for each position while adding one more payout position.
Eg: $110, $40, $25, and $10 (for fourth place).
( upto a total limit of 1st : $130, 2nd : $60, 3rd : $45, 4th : $30, 5th : $20, and 6th : $10 ).
See your score and placement in a leaderboard updated every 5 minutes, and especially designed for this contest ( https://infomashup.com/contests/?contest=C202101 ) as you write your entry (at Infomashup.com ). Scoring is based firstly on presentation quality, diversity of media sourced, and style, this is automated scoring. Secondly, a custom scoring is based on non-mainstream media sources, local grassroots first person sources (this can include twitter, or other social media first person accounts), concept and story visual connections, and overall presentation style. And thirdly, there is a BONUS score that is assigned depending on the difficulty of the topic you choose.
Interesting topics to choose from if you are a writer, a journalist, an inquisitive citizen, an internet researcher, or a conspiracy investigator.
Using the blogging platform at infomashup.com :
Select a topic,
Compile some notes about the core aspects of the topic.
Anypage Chrome extension allows for easy content collection, quotes, images, and youtube video clips.
Drop the notes you collect into a mashup blog at Infomashup.com ( VERY EASY )
Complete the mashup-blog entry.
8 topics to choose from (so far. More may be added as the contest continues):
The focus is on January news media. There has been a lot going on.
Jan 2021, Russian government resigns : You'll need gut instincts, an interest in truth, and a curious mind as you gather Images, quotes, and Youtube video snippets to draw some conclusions as to connect the dots of who, what, why in this recent turn in Russian politics.
Jan 2021, Italian Police Arrest Over 300 in Raids on Organized Crime : There is a lot of history, and deep perspective on society that you could present with this topic. Try to bring some of that out as you gather data on this topic. A classic crime pinboard would be quite fitting for this one.
2020, US Election Fraud, How true? :
There are reasons election fraud was an issue, find some of them? Were they legitimate? Cut past the opinions and get to any actual evidence.
Jan 2021, Vatican city blackouts? :
Are the tweeters right? There are a lot of rumors, track down a couple of them and find out. Gather Images, quotes, and Youtube video snippets and connect the dots as you debunk or confirm these rumors.
2021, People of the Netherlands revolting? :
"Burn it down" Anti-Covid protests in the Netherlands, taking out camera surveillance, reminiscent of the burning of the 5G towers. Dig into this story and present a representation of the social/political climate in the Netherlands.
2021, "I am open" movement :
The great push back? categorized as "the mainstream won't cover it" news, this topic is the unabiding masses who are opening their shops in the face of the "quarantines". Are they celebrating healthy freedoms or a menace to society?
That is it, let the best research win !
As always, there needs to be a submission here on freelancer.com . So, kindly take a screen image of the mashup blog page you created, and upload it as your official entry.
*** See the attached IMAGE FILE in the description of this CONTEST ***
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