Paid Contribution

Lifehack

One of the fastest growing online publishers that aims at positively influencing millions of people around the world.

 

Who we’re looking for

Passionate writers who’re eager to learn and positively influence readers.

 

Is this you?

  Personality and interest

  • Excited to try new things (willing to write on different topics)
  • Embrace changes and challenges
  • Hungry for growth
  • Responsible and have high standards on yourself
  • Willing to accept feedback and learn
  • Detail-minded and self-motivated
  • Embrace open communication
  • Interested in topics related to health, nutrition and/or fitness

  Language skills

  • Fluent in English
  • Able to elaborate ideas logically
  • Able to express ideas in a precise way
  • Able to organize ideas in a smooth way

What you will do

  • Write on topics (mostly health-related) given by in-house editors
  • Write according to instructions given by in-house editors
  • Modify your work based on feedback given by in-house editors when necessary
  • Adapt to frequent changes as we’re always improving things
  • Submit work on time
  • Conduct research independently

What you will get

  • Tricks to attract readers’ attention
  • Skills to engage readers and make them love your content
  • A great platform to publish your work and promote yourself
  • Expertise in health writing

How do I apply?

To apply as a regular paid contributor, please submit your application here.

  • Headline:
    Having Poor Digestion? It's Probably Because You Lack This Thing In Your Stomach

    Target persona:
    People who're very concerned about health issues

    Key Message:
    - probiotics are good for our digestive health

    Why this persona is interested in this message:
    - they want to know how probiotics can affect our digestive health

    Aspects/Points to cover:
    - short post: write within 400 words
    - talk about the importance of probiotics to our digestive system (e.g. how the lack of probiotics can lead to digestive problems, why we lack probiotics in our stomaches etc.)
    - suggest natural sources where readers can
    get probiotics
    - support some of your points with scientific
    evidence
    - add proper subheadings to help readers digest the information more easily
    ** it would be great if you can conduct extra research in addition to the links provided to support your points (optional)

    Links you MUST go through:
    - How Probiotics Can Help Balance Your Digestive System
    - 9 All-Natural Sources of Healthy Probiotics