You said post it so I fingered this would be easier to let people see what I ask for and what you provided. That way they can draw their on conclusions of the work.
I would like to make a comment on your last PM.
Give me a more interesting subject next time and it will come with results.
As a writer if you are not inserted in the subject, maybe you should pass on the topic and say it's not for me.
Originally Posted by KonCorpsNo, Just post your review. It's how you feel. Give me a more interesting subject next time and it will come with results.
You have to remember I'm charging normally 2-4 cents per word.
If you're not satisfied that's your opinion and go ahead and post it.
Personally I fell the requirements we're unfulfilled. I talked about the town and made it seem good.
For a free review I'd say that's definitely something you can post. You can post it with pride and the knowledge that whoever reads it will be
- Entertained and captivated
- Interested with the subject
- Stop reading with satisfaction.
Feel free to post the article (since you won't be using it) so I can use it as a sample for future clients. You can post your opinion underneath if you really consider my work to be 'poorly reached and errored'.
Thanks again for accepting the free review,
Originally Posted by Sami4uHi,
That was fast. And with fast comes mistakes.
I understand it was free.
But if you want me to make an honest review I will.
Poorly reached with errors.
Asked that the article talk about museums, hotels, celebrities.
NO metion of the towns museum or hotels. Did talk about the celebrities but did not even say what they were famous for. Hits don't say much.
When I pay for articles I need them to be 100%. Right now I have 5 full time writers and still looking for more. I have more work then what they can keep up with.
Hint from What’s so special about Erick Oklahoma? down is a good start on what I am looking for.
The top is a waste of words.
I do believe this might be a misunderstanding.
Visit Erick Oklahoma on Rt66 is the Title.
This site is about all of the towns on Rt66 That will mean a lot of full time work for the right writer. With a different article about each town. Covering 8 States not dozens of states.
Do you want to try again?
Up to you.
Originally Posted by Sami4uHi,
Just like to confirm stuff.
Visit Erick Oklahoma on Rt66
General information on perspective
Talk about what the town has to see and Rt66 museum, hotels, celebrities, so on.
I know it's a small town but you should have enough for a article.
This is for a Rt66 travel Site.
Thanks in Advance
Originally Posted by KonCorpsErick Oklahoma, your next destination on route 66
Route 66, sometimes referred to as the ‘mother road’ of America and without a surprise. How many songs, stories and movies have been filmed throughout pop culture on this stretch of road? If you’re planning on going down route 66 then make sure you read this article and take a stop at Erick Oklahoma – one of the best places to catch your breath.
Where is Route 66 located?
As one of the first highways in the US it started in Chicago (which was a very important trading hub at the time) and goes right through dozens of states to end up in Los Angeles (the city of angels).
What’s so special about Erick Oklahoma?
Once a booming town from the oil and gas industries Erick since WW2 has begun a slow decline. However recently people have started taking a notice of this small town on the route 66.
The main reason for this rebirth is increased fame especially brought in by the town local musicians Roger Miller and Sheb Wooley both of whom created hits and got their town a little more noticed. However apart from the music Erick has a lot more to offer.
You can visit the historical buildings which are well over 70 years old in some parts. All brick but still being taken care of. It’s also a great place to converse with some very friendly locals. Check out the Weary Wanderer for free music shows done by locals who are never too tired to play another one!
There’s also the city meat market which provides a unique perspective into the 1930’s architecture and style of life and while you’re there why not check out the Curiosity shop as well and see if anything catches your eye.
Erick is a town filled with history, culture and friendly people. It’s the perfect stop for a quick break or to just walk around and indulge in the simple pleasures of life. You’ll find yourself right at home with great shopping, food and friends at Erick, so take a moment to stop by you definitely won’t regret it!