Fancy writing a research paper in the telecommunications space for a general public audience? Great. At broadbandlondon.com we’re always looking for interesting articles, and we pay you – we don’t believe people should work for free.
Why are we doing this?
We will soon be launching a new category of research articles aimed at the general public. We believe that the right people to write these are those that are actually doing the work – those in research.
What are we looking for?
- Academic researchers & PhD students working in the telecommunications or related spaces (anywhere in the world, not just in the UK)
- New articles (written for this purpose) of length circa 2000 words (although we’re more concerned about quality content than word count in particular)
- Articles related to:
- New applied research for broadband, wifi & mobile technologies
- New theoretical research for broadband, wifi & mobile technologies
- Publicly digestible information about your current work
- Technical papers on current or future networking, internet communications or wireless technologies
- Other things that you believe may be exciting for the general public within telecommunications (must be backed by research credentials)
Get in touch
We’d love to hear from you. Please send an email to hello [at] broadbandlondon [dot] com for more information. We’ll tell you:
- More about what we’re after
- How much we pay you
- Some of the tedious but necessary legal bits
We need to know from you:
- Your name
- Your academic institution and what you’re doing there (e.g. PhD Student, Lecturer, etc)
- Your ideas for an article (not an indepth proposal, but something that gives us an idea of what you’d be writing).
The last word from us is that quality is everything – we want you to write informative articles for us and we’ll compensate you in return. We’re looking forward to hearing from you.