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How to Become a NOWZIE: 4 Ways to Write for an Online Magazine

Are you an aspiring writer looking for a platform to showcase your talent without the hassle of publicity, marketing, and advertising? Look no further, because is offering just that! By becoming a Nowzie, you can receive benefits that most writers struggle to obtain on their own. So, what are the four things you need to do to become a Nowzie?

First and foremost, sign up for the Nowzie Group. This is your ticket to accessing the platform and sharing your work with over 50K readers. By joining the group, you will have the opportunity to connect with other writers, develop a writing routine, and build your own following.

Next, complete the survey provided by This will help the team understand your writing style, preferences, and interests. By providing this information, you can ensure that your work is shared with the right audience and receives the attention it deserves.

Third, decide on the genre or category of your work. Whether you are passionate about fiction, poetry, non-fiction, or any other genre, welcomes all types of writing. Choose the genre that best represents your voice and start writing from the heart.

Lastly, wait for your article to be approved. Once you have submitted your work, the team will review it and decide whether it meets their standards. If approved, your article will be published on the platform for all to see.

By following these four simple steps, you can become a Nowzie and enjoy the benefits of having your work shared with a wide audience without any cost to you. Consider as your online agent, helping you to showcase your talent, develop a writing routine, and connect with other writers. Don't miss out on this opportunity to join a supportive community of writers and share your passion with the world. Sign up today and start writing your heart out!

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Feb 17
Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

I just joined and I super excited to share my story.

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