I have dropped a PM .
I'm no longer able to write articles myself (well that's a lie, I can write but it takes me so long that it's hardly worth it), so I'm looking for articles to buy. All articles must pass copyscape and be unique, though I don't mind if they are loosely based on another article so spinning something you've previously written is OK if I get something unique.
To begin with I'm looking for;
1. Articles about travel destinations, with a particular emphasis on ecotourism. Between 500-750 words. Preferably with details of the hotel you stayed in, and at least one local restaurant in the area reviewed, things to do at the destination, and why the location is so special. This can be your hometown if you also know of a good hotel and restaurant.
2. Articles about the latest technology, for example a review of the iPhone, or trends in laptop computers, a review of a regular car under 50,000€ (must be a car currently available in Western Europe).
3. Home and garden, almost anything written with a particular audience in mind - my target audience are mostly apartment dwellers who may have a small terrace, or patio. Container gardening, interior decorating, and modern European trends (Ikea) are most welcome.
If you'd like to respond, please PM me with your price and a sample of the article for sale. My budget is limited at present, but good writers may end up with regular work.
I have dropped a PM .
hey..just see my last post....It is about the article writer.....I am propositional writer..And i've already 1 buyer from this site..
Thanks to everyone who replied. Unfortunately I haven't yet found any articles I'd be willing to buy, or writers I can work with.
For future writers who reply, please bear in mind my new website requires fluency in English to a high standard of writing. Specifically, when I read a sample, I am looking for common errors such as;
- misuse of articles (a, an)
- poor sentence construction
- inappropriate punctuation
- word padding that is obvious
If I see these errors my instinct tells me the writer may be good, but their writing style isn't suitable for my needs. I hope nobody takes this personally, I simply want to work with writers who are fluent in English, and have a high standard of written English (native or near native).
Thanks in advance, Andy
Lee Armstrong prepares very good content for me (he offers 2 options - to outsource the writing to a cheaper writer, and edit it so that it looks as though it has been written by a native English at the rate of $0.017 per word... or to write the content himself, at a slightly higher rate of $0.03 per word).
Corey Freeman appears to have pretty competent writing skills. I personally have not purchased any writing from her, but am sure that I will end up doing so at some stage or another.
I've also been experimenting... And have found writing as cheap as $2/500 words at GetAFreelancer.com. The writing is pretty poor. The content isn't. It takes about 15-20 minutes to touch up the writing, and to make it usable. This is both cost-effective and efficient (in comparison to purchasing from a native English writer, or writing the content yourself). The mistakes are generally pretty easy to spot/fix, the writers seem to have the hang of structuring good sentences but have spent no time focusing on grammar/sense.
elbandelero (1 October, 2009)
Great comment Charles. Lee's options sound pretty good, especially at 0.017cents per word. I'll email him straight away. After that I'll PM Corey.
It's Lee Armstrong here. I was directed to this thread by Andy, who was kind enough to drop me an email about his project.
Thanks very much Charles for the recommendation.Lee Armstrong prepares very good content for me (he offers 2 options - to outsource the writing to a cheaper writer, and edit it so that it looks as though it has been written by a native English at the rate of $0.017 per word... or to write the content himself, at a slightly higher rate of $0.03 per word).
Andy, I've sent you an email and hopefully we can work something out. Your project certainly sounds interesting and I'd love to get involved.Great comment Charles. Lee's options sound pretty good, especially at 0.017cents per word. I'll email him straight away. After that I'll PM Corey.
Clarification on rates: the figures Charles quoted are 'ballpark'; if your project is more work intensive then these will change. In any case I give every single one of my clients a personalised quote when they contact me.
If anyone needs quality content at reasonable prices then please contact me.
Charles (2 October, 2009)