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Join Our Blog Writing Challenge and Share Your Thoughts on the Dying Creative Industry

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Do you have a love for the creative sector and writing content?

If so, we have a perfect heaven. We're searching for skilled writers to join our community and share their perspectives on this crucial subject.

The Brief

  • The main goal of this challenge is to explore the declining state of the creative industry and why it is happening.

  • We are looking for writers who can share their personal thoughts and insights on the topic, and offer possible solutions or ideas for revitalizing the industry.

  • The tone of the writing should be honest, thought-provoking, and respectful.

  • Writers should conduct their own research and gather information from reliable sources to support their arguments.

  • The length of the blog posts can vary, but they should be well-written and well-organized, with clear and engaging introductions, strong arguments, and conclusions.

How to participate?

  1. Become a member of our community: Membership is free and easy! Simply sign up on our forum to create an account and gain access to all of our resources and features.

  2. Share your writing: Once you are a member, you can post your writing on the forum in the designated "Creative Industry" section. You can write as many pieces as you like, and feel free to be creative and express your own unique perspective on the topic.

  3. Get feedback and support: Our community is a supportive and engaging place for writers. You can get feedback and advice from other members, and participate in discussions and debates related to the creative industry.

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Each month, we will be holding a voting contest to determine the top-voted writer. The winner will receive a cash prize of ₹1000 and our merchandise and will be featured as a guest writer on our platform.

We look forward to reading your work and fostering a lively and thought-provoking discussion on the future of the creative industry. Happy writing!

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