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Rewordit.org is a positive news website that lets you (the “Member”) meet and interact with new people and stay in touch with members. As you make your contribution to the Site you may provide information about yourself or your opinions, but it is wise to be aware of the personal information that you are sharing.  We understand this and we have established a copyright policy.

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Rewordit.org Contributors series allows you to gain insight on important student topics as your peers experience student life. Discover, learn from and relate to articles written by students from graduate school, which share first-hand encounters with student issues that matter most to you.

Join the movement. Be part of something greater than yourself. Rewordit.org offers you an opportunity to interact and build yourself through your contributions and feedback from fellow students from all over the globe.

It’s your chance to-

  1. Build a reputation before you hit the workplace

Your professional reputation no longer starts once you have found yourself your first job. It starts based upon the information on the internet people discover. Build your reputation upon the strong foundations of your blog. Joining our blog gives you an advantage to-

  • Focus on your blog’s branding. What do the images and colors say about you?
  • Feature references from industry professionals. Let their endorsements give you credibility.
  • Show off your knowledge of the industry by providing insights and advice
  1. Blogging expands and tests your knowledge

Blogging can be an excellent way to expand your knowledge by testing new ideas out publicly. On a few occasions visitor’s comments have provided us with fresh angles in order to tackle information. Ultimately the result not only expands your knowledge but allows you to effectively tackle debates and tune your mind to thoughts in your chosen industry.

Don’t forget about comments. Whilst the main content serves as an important resource, comments can provide practical feedback (or nonsensical drivel) to take into consideration.

  1. Network with industry professionals

In terms of networking, a blog cannot be used alone. Twitter is still one of the best online networking resources available. Couple your Twitter profile with your blog and you could be playing more seriously. You can gain the attention of industry professionals by:

  • Writing reviews of their books
  • Writing a reactionary blog post to something they have written
  • Offering to guest post for their blog (like I’m doing here!)
  • Simply mentioning them in a post with a link.

There are countless methods. Use your own creativity to think of something different.

  1. Blogging shows your determination

Make no mistake, blogging is tough. To be successful requires quality content, frequent posts, and networking clout. Your consistency prepares your future marathons as you build yourself.

  1. Blog to control your SEO

What will the first thing your potential employer does when they receive your resume? Either bin it or type your name into Google. Employers take great pleasure in finding information on candidates outside of their resume. Fortunately for you, your blog will be the top result because, through Rewordit.org, you can control your SEO. We prepare you for the future.

  1. Your blog is your portfolio

Your blog doesn’t just have to act as a portfolio of content; it can also present links to your social networking profiles. Control your online presence and stand out from the crowd.

When submitting a resume to potential employers one can have their blog’s address at the top of the first page as a contact detail. It is the online portfolio, which can give as an example to organizations before one even get at the interview stages. It is not only a way to stand out from the crowd, but it speaks a thousand words more than my two-page resume will allow and Rewordit.org gives you the opportunity to do so.

University courses vary but you will certainly find a blogging format to suit you well. A blog can be used to do all of the following:

  • Post images of your latest photography, graphic designs, animations, architecture plans, 3D models, etc.
  • Post videos to present the brilliance of your last feature film project. Friends of mine have posted client work showing advertisements and band music videos.
  • Post written content which delves into industry matters and theoretical musings, or demonstrates practical experiences.

Eligibility to make contributions

By making your contribution the Rewordit.org, you represent and warrant that you have read our copyright policy and the information you share is original, if from other sources indicate or share links. No Member may participate where doing so would be prohibited by any applicable law or regulation.

To showcase your contributions: We may sometimes wish to highlight our Users’ contributions to the Rewordit.org and may include your contribution in a highlighted section of one of the Rewordit.org. When we do so, we will attribute your contribution and provide a link to your member profile on the appropriate Websites. If you choose to post photos or contribute other content this activity will be visible to both registered and non-registered users of the Website, for example via your member profile. If you do not want this activity to be visible to other users or available you can opt out by changing the settings of your member profile.

Member acknowledges that messages, files or other materials (“Content”) contained on our Sites and within the Site email messages, and third party advertisements on the Sites and distributed via email, of a commercial nature and presented to Member by Rewordit.org and the Sites and Services, are protected by copyrights, trademarks, service marks, patents or other proprietary rights and laws.

Member is permitted to use the Rewordit.org content or third party Content only as expressly authorized by the Rewordit.org or the third party advertiser. Member may not copy, reproduce, distribute, or create derivative works from the Site Content or third party Content without expressly being authorized to do so by the owner or the third party advertiser.

Termination                  

Either party may terminate use of the Company website or the Services with or without cause at any time and effective immediately upon written notice to the other party. Rewordit.org may terminate with or without cause at any time and effective immediately, at the site’s sole discretion, including but not limited to Member’s failure to conform with these terms and conditions of the Agreement.

Rewordit.org shall not be liable to Member or any third party for termination of use of our Sites or Services. Member’s right to use the Sites or the Services shall cease immediately. Member shall have no right and the Company will have no obligation thereafter to forward any unread or unsent messages to Member or any third party.

Contact us about policy

If you have any questions or complaints about this contribution Statement, Find copyright practices or your dealings with the Websites, you can contact us at Rewordit.org. You will need to provide us with sufficient details regarding your complaint, as well as any supporting information. We will investigate the issue and determine the steps that we will undertake to resolve your complaint and notify you in writing of our determination. We will respond to all access requests within 30 days. For your protection, we will only implement such requests with respect to the personal information associated with the particular email address that you use to send us your request, and we may need to verify your identity before considering your request.

                                   

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