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When I do these projects, I like to develop relationships with who I hire. I'd like to develop a relationship with a ghostwriter, so let's see how it goes...
I'm in a beta redesign with an auto recycling "Yelp"/yellow pages type of site, and I have a blog attached that I have yet to develop. I need content to complete the social media circle.
I'm looking to start with 20 blog posts/articles related to the "auto recycling industry." Some keywords for the posts would be: junkyards, auto recycling yards, salvage yards, wrecking yards, used car parts.
The blog content must have feature rich content and focus on users that are interested in automotive repair or automotive salvage and recycling.
We can discuss the sites that I own once the bidding begins.
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12/27/2013 at 13:08 EST
The blogs CANNOT and MUST NOT be plagiarized in any way. I can provide you with some trade magazines to look over, so that you understand the style of the articles and how the content should be written... but the blog posts CANNOT contain any direct quotes or specific ideas covered in the articles.
If you do choose to use any of the material on these sites, they must be paraphrased properly and written in your own words and include a citation or reference that quotes the original source (in other words - taken by Author's Name, Date, Title Article). I can change format when I review each post.
Also (VERY IMPORTANT), posts CANNOT be SEO garbage or generated by some script. They must be hand written in a way that is useful or helpful and enjoyable for users. Yes, I do want keywords mentioned, but not a trick to play for Google -- it doesn't work anymore.
I have reviewed several bidders already and I am excited. I would like to see some example writings before I choose a bidder. I DO NOT want to accept a project from a bidder who will deliver posts that are incoherent, not useful, not helpful, and unenjoyable for readers. This is not the purpose of a blog.