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I'm looking for a handful of article writers who can do blog commenting and answer emails in a semi-casual tone. I'm choosing article writers because they know grammar and spelling and that's very important in the work that I do.
Making quality blog comments help bring traffic back to my site(s) and I have a number of email campaigns that I do, that require top notch English.
You should be able to easily do 100-150 blog comments of 150 words each per 8-10 hour day.
If you don't know the difference between "there" and "there" or you capitalize every other word or you write " i went there" instead of " I went there" and you don't capitalize your I's, then this job isn't for you.
Outside of the skill-set, you must be available, 100% reliable, honest, fast, always have a good attitude and never have excuses for work not being done. (So if you live in an area that has brown outs, typhoons every week, then this job isn't for you.
Pays $2/hour. If my budget is too low for you, then it's best you find another job as well. Writing me to tell me how you think I should increase my budget, isn't going to make it go up any higher. Neither is starting the job and halfway into it, asking for a higher salary.
Other than that, I'm very easy to work with if you do your job and I don't micro-manage if I'm working with trustworthy people.
If we are interacting via Freelancer or IM, I expect to see top-notch grammar and spelling in those interactions as well.
Your bid should specify exactly how much per hour and for what period.
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10/17/2012 at 7:52 EDT
corrected: the difference between "there" and "their"