Mozu is a web service that helps people reclassify themselves in the workforce.
It was created to serve low-wage workers such as retail associates or truck drivers who may not be qualified for higher positions but want more responsibility and opportunity.
The article will cover when to reclass mozu and how it works, who typically uses mozu, and when someone should use mozu.
The article will also inform readers of the benefits of using mozu and how they can get started with this new service.
The text of the article should be in the form of a paragraph. The article should have a short introduction that highlights what mozu is and who can use it.
A detailed explanation of how mozu works, its benefits, and how to get started using it should follow. The conclusion will summarize everything that was written in the body of the article.
The images in the article should be unique, recent photographs or screenshots of mozu’s user interface or application flow, with captions to explain them. At least two images are necessary for this article.
Use a standard color scheme for this article. Use neutral or light colors with maximum contrast.
Size of images:
Images that are not used in the main text of the article should meet these criteria: 400 x 400 px, 150 kgs each, at least two images.
Images that are used in the main text should meet these criteria: 800 x 600 px, 100 kb’s each, at least three images.
The article should be an image-heavy site. Avoid using photographs of people unless they are part of the larger story being told through the text of the website.
Use a heading tag for all titles on the page, which should include a title tag and a description of what you are introducing.
Use H1 tags only once per page, which must be reserved for the title of the article. Use H2 tags to indicate that you are turning a new idea or section in your article.
Include links on all images and on any text that is linked from any image. Include links on any external resources used in the article, such as personal blogs or other articles.
If you are discussing an external resource in your article, provide a link to that resource. All tables should include the following information in the title tag: table title (max. 8 words), source, and date created (in YYYY-MM-DD format).
Tables should be organized chronologically when possible. Tables should be used in full if they are necessary for conveying an idea, but only in the main body of the article if there is no better way to convey that idea than using text.
Columns: Use three columns for this article with a minimum width of 1000 pixels. This is a standard width for most monitors.
Breakpoints: Use two breakpoints for this article at 992 and 1248 pixels wide. This will ensure that the article looks good on as many screen resolutions as possible.
Header: Use a custom header at 756 pixels wide and 60 pixels high. The header should include the title of the article, mozu, and a logo.
The logo should be approximately 150 x 100 px’s and it should not appear more than once on any page.
The logo must be updated with each new copy of the email that is sent out to customers, but it does not need to change each time you write an article about mozu.
Paragraphs: Use a font size of 16 pixels for this article. Indent the first line of each paragraph by 6 pixels. The entire text of the article should be left justified, with no spaces on either side of the paragraphs.
Links: All links must be full URLs (www.mozu.com or www.mozuapp.com). There are no exceptions to this rule. This applies to internal links (links within your site) and external links (links to other sites).
All images should be provided by mozu or other licensed sources to ensure that the images are under copyright. Images should be no more than 1,000 px’s each and they should be transparent so they can show through the background.
If you need an image from another site, you must have permission from that site before you use it in your article. You must never put a logo on top of an image, even if the original image already includes a logo.
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