4 Articles (1000 words each) 2 Products Review needed

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I need 4 articles written as product reviews. We're talking about two products just to start with (2 articles per product). In addition to each article, I require you to provide me with around 30 descriptive tags, and a short 100-200 words description of the article containing the main keyword and plenty of LSI keywords. The description of the article does not need to be something totally new. It can be simply the first 2 paragraphs of the article edited a little to entice readers to read the article.

These are my requirements for each article:

100% unique articles (I will run your articles through a plagiarism checker and non-unique articles will be rejected - you won't get payed for them)

Perfect grammar/punctuation/spelling (I'm okay with the occasional hiccups, everyone is human)

Simple review style articles. It should be an objective review that warms the reader up and softly leads them to clicking over to the product page. Your articles should not sound overly hyped or “salesy”. Instead, tell the reader about your personal experience and how this product helped you. Take great care in making sure your articles are personable and relative to the topic, as this is the MOST important thing. (example of good one - [url removed, login to view]$1000-Free-Walmart-Gift-Card-Giveaway---Does-It-Really-Work?&id=5786177)

Not all of the articles should be approached the same way. You must visit the product page and structure your article accordingly. (some product pages go straight to the ordering part, while some has a sales letter to convince the readers to purchase)

Article Length: 1000 Words

Font Size: 14pts

File Name: should be saved as the full exact title of the article, for example, Advantra Z - Can It Help You Get Skinny [url removed, login to view]

Footer: copy the title of the article and add it as a footer to the document

Headline/Title: should include keyword in conjunction with an emotionally charged question. should also be at the top of the article using a slightly larger font.

Liberal use of bold, italics and bullet points: There should be the use of bold text, italics
and bullet points to help make the article flow and contribute to a more “conversational” style.

Short paragraphs: Paragraphs should not be too long. It should be broken down into shorter segments for easy reading.

Strong calls to action: A strong call to action will include the main keyword in anchor text (hyperlinked to the link I'll provide) as well as a phrase like “go to”, or “check out”, etc. An example of a strong call to action would be something like “Check out Advantra-Z for more info
on how you can get skinny fast.” There should be 3 strong calls to action in the article. Once in the beginning, in the middle and again at the end.

Use of LSI keywords: LSI (latent semantic indexing) keywords are simply keywords that are related to the main keyword phrase. If you look at the Advantra Z article you’ll see the following LSI keywords: increase your metabolism, jump start metabolism, boost metabolism, losing weight, burning calories, weight loss supplements, fad diets, burn fat, herbal supplement, metabolizes fat, weight loss, fat burning supplement, etc.

Here are 2 examples of what I'm expecting the article to be like. The first article shows the "personal" part very well. The second article is the perfect example for the type of formatting I'm looking for.

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I will have all copyrights to articles sold to me. You are not allowed to resell, reuse, rewrite, or give away these articles.

I am looking to hire writers who can provide quality work at a reasonable price, and are interested in collaborating for long term. If you are interested in taking up this project, please send me samples of your work together with your bid.

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