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7 reasons to write for FutureRising

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12:15 PM | 31 July 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Become an FR Writer

Did you know you can contribute articles to FutureRising? It's a good way to get yourself known.

You may have noticed that we post articles that are written by people who aren't us. Everyone from students to industry veterans are contributing content to FutureRising. And we feel that there are so many benefits of doing so that we want to encourage even more people to write pieces for FutureRising. It doesn't matter who you are, how much experience you have or what you're currently doing, we'd welcome you as a contributor. Get in touch now and we can have a chat about what you'd like to write.

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