College and graduate students and professional writers are encouraged to submit academic papers and other writings to the online publisher Oboulo.com. Oboulo is accepting submissions on a wide range of topics including:
-math and sciences
-law and legal documents
-book reviews and reports
-application essays for college and graduate school
-other business-type writings
-and many more
Most of these documents should be submitted in Arial 12-point font and should include a works-cited page.
Writers may sign up online at Oboulo.com to submit and publish your documents.
By entering the ambassador number b12094 upon signup, contributors will receive a payment of 60% UNLIMITED commission per document sold (instead of 50%).
Unlimited 60% commission means that you will earn money each time your document is purchased for viewing, for the life of the Oboulo company.
Without the Ambassador Number, contributors will receive 50% commission per document purchased for viewing.
Payments will be made directly to your PayPal account.
At the Oboulo.com website, look to the top center of the page and select "New user." After you have signed up, enter the Ambassador Number b12094, and then follow the on-screen instructions to upload your documents.
You will see your payment rate change from 50% to 60% per sale.
Upload your files in nearly any format: Word, PDF, PowerPoint, Excel, and Zip are preferred.
Each file will be reviewed. For each document sold, Oboulo will send you cash via PayPal.
Questions? Email me at email@example.com.
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*There is no guarantee that submitters will earn money; commission is contingent upon viewings.