Posted On: March 13, 2018
Media Organization: AXO BILL LLC
AXO BILL – [www.axobill.com] we are a medical billing company providing services to hundreds of providers across the US. We need weekly articles for our blog. The aim of our blog is to draw traffic to our site and catch the interest of our physician audience.
We need weekly articles for our blog. The aim of our blog is to draw traffic to our site and catch the interest of our physician audience.
The article should be engaging so that our readers, mostly providers, healthcare consultants or upper management of healthcare, add their comments. We want to come across as professional yet personal and engaging. We do not want someone to have to concentrate too hard to understand the content and add in their thoughts. It should make the writer sound intelligent by bringing out a new perspective on every day matters.
The topic can be anything that may interest a provider, it doesn’t necessarily need to be medical specific content. The article should make the writer sound intelligent by bringing out a new perspective on every day matters. MUST be written with excellent grammar.
The blog post should be an opinion piece, take something every day and give it a new perspective. However, it is important to not offend potential clients of ours.
You can visit our blog https://axobill.com/blog/.
Here are samples of blog posts we like and want something similar in terms of the thought process that went into the article. Notice the wide range in topics – not specifically medical.
1. Example of timely news with a new perspective - https://axobill.com/blog/google-lgbt-disconnect/
2. Example of seeing a law from a new perspective - https://axobill.com/blog/intellectual-dishonesty-aca-redistribution-wealth/
3. Example of timely news with a new point - https://axobill.com/blog/the-politics-of-healthcare/
4. Example of everyday topic that makes a reader think twice - https://axobill.com/blog/difference-failed-contraceptives-failed-vasectomy/
Things to avoid - We do not want an article that is summarizing everyday news or law or is explaining something that they can easily find online. We want something - any topic that may interest a provider (from news to regulations to a thought) - and give it a new perspective or break it down very simple to bring our something they are not aware of or may not have thought of.
If including info from a source please list source.
About 500 words
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