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I create weight loss pill review sites, like http://meratolreviewscam.com/. I'm looking for a very talented writer/copywriter who can write content like what you see on that site. For example, for that particular site, I'm looking for someone who can write articles like "Does Meratol Really Work?" and "What Are the Side Effects of Meratol?" Now, these articles aren't just for the search engines or to fill up the website - they're meant to actually sell the visitor into clicking the links or images to go to meratol.com and purchase the product.
Because of this, I'm looking for someone who can create reviews and articles that will help me achieve the maximum conversion rate possible. I'm not just looking for a product reviewer or an article writer - I'm looking for someone who understands consumer behavior and has the ability to write product reviews and articles that sell.
You also need to have an excellent understanding of SEO. This means understanding the best ways to use header tags, keyword density, etc.
In this particular project, I am looking to hire someone to write 10 diet pill reviews/articles (this is essentially a test - we can discuss specifics later on) with CTA's and images, or at least set up in a way where I can add these CTA's and images myself. If I am very happy with the work, I will likely hire you for many more projects (I'm talking about big numbers here - think hundreds of reviews/articles per month). These diet pill reviews/articles should be 500+ words on average, but what really matters is that they get people to purchase the product through my link. So, if some are 350 words and some are 900 words, that's fine - after all, an post about the side effects of a diet pill likely doesn't need to be as long as a full-on review.
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12/01/2013 at 6:30 EST
Note: I am interested in hiring a native English writer for this job. I'm not racist or anything though and don't mind working with people from all over the world, so if you're a really, really, really, really, really (you get the point) good writer who is not a native English speaker that's okay. Otherwise, please don't bother applying.