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**Writer wanted to create short articles on various topics.** Each 250 - 750 word article will target a specific area (keyword) within that topic. Articles will be used on websites, so attracting search engine visitors is important.
The over-all topic is small business creation and building. I will provide a list of 10 keywords for you to choose from -- 5 articles are wanted. Payment is $5.00 per article.
You do not need to be expert on the topic. But you must communicate clearly. The copy does not have to be grammatically or structurally perfect.
You are free to research from any source, web or otherwise. BUT no copy and paste. ALL finished articles must be ORIGINAL, publishable with my name as the author.
Article guidelines are:
- minimum of 250 words, maximum of 750 words
- must contain the keywords I supply
- must be easily read and understood by people whose native tongue is American English
- must contain real information, not fluff; tell the reader how to USE the information
- I may ask for the article(s) to be edited if I am not satisfied with the work delivered.
Articles must be supplied in plain text format, submitted via email as individual TEXT files (with line breaks between paragraphs, opening with a basic text editor). All deliverables will be considered "work made for hire" under U.S. Copyright law. All articles must be publishable as original content. Buyer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all articles purchased to use and publish as I see fit. Copy/paste from your prior assignments is NOT allowed. Neither is using this work for your subsequent assignments -- the articles written for me canNOT be re-sold, re-distributed or re-used in any way. The original files must be erased from your computer within 1 week after payment is made. Articles will be quickly reviewed. Payment will be made promptly for all articles that meet the project specs. Documents not approved will not be used in any way. This is a small test project. Successful writers will be given regular work in larger batches, if they are willing.