24 Articles for Email ezines - strength & health
Subject: classic strongmen, strength training
I am looking for excellent writers who can provide quality articles. Words that strike like lighting, that get people excited about the information, and capture loyal customers. Great stories!
Motivating exciting 600 word articles, stories preferred that demonstrate extreme strength and real life experiences.
We would have full copyrights to articles, free and clear, and no plagiarism issues. Material would be used for email, ezine and contents of a future books.
See example of a ruff article below, ”Sandow Fights "King of the Beasts"”.
Informative, factual and easy reading, no fiction or made up stories, real historical accounts. You need to have a high proficiency in the English language for writing, grammar and spelling.
All writing will be checked both online and offline for plagiarism so passing off someone else's work as your own won’t be tolerated. With the exception of works before 1923, which is public domain, you must note the sources of the articles.
Only serious experience people apply... I have been disappointed more than once, by not understanding the scope of the projects.
We're looking for talented writers that have the energy, passion and skill to write quality copy and work with us for years to come. Think you've got what it takes?
24 articles, 4 articles at a time, with progress payments per 4 articles, so you do not worry about being paid. The articles we use right away, you will be able to get feedback to see the click through rate to sales pages. A high click through rate, and actual sales at the site, will be a test for a long-term contract. Insertion of SEO words related to subject could be helpful, especially in titles. I can provide powerful SEO words for our subject.
Source material provided on-line LIKE [url removed, login to view], it has a plain text feature so you do not have to type out source material just cut and paste. NOT ALL sources is cut and paste, most will be read and type or you could use a scan to text program of your own. Other sources available to the successful bidder.
Check this link to see that your computer is configured to view the text mode, upper right hand corner click on “View plain text” –
[url removed, login to view];printsec=frontcover&dq=sandow&as_brr=1#PPR9,M1
Here is your TEST:
Show me how you would use this material as a sample of your skills. Create a new exciting title, a short introduction, and a short conclusion to motivate the buyer to click to view web site.
TITLE: Sandow Fights "King of the Beasts"
Only a week before the lion had killed its keeper. I (Eugen Sandow) insisted that if there was to be a fight it must be a struggle between brute strength and human strength.
Accordingly, preparations were made, and with much difficulty the lion was mittened and muzzled. It took several men hours to perform this operation.
The great lion entered the cage. Few people were present, but among them was my manager, and Mr. Ziegfeld, with a face white as snow. There is no doubt that Mr. Ziegfeld feared for my life.
I had confidence in myself and confidence of victory is always half a battle won.
There was fear that my first fight with a lion might be my last. I entered the cage, unarmed and stripped to the waist.
The lion, with fury in his eyes, crouched down ready to spring. Having read a good deal of the methods of the lion I was not unprepared for this form of attack.
As he made his last strain for a tremendous leap I stepped sharply to the side and he missed his mark. Turning quickly before he had time fully to over, I caught him round the throat with my left arm, and round the middle with my right. By this means, though his weight was 530 Lbs., I lifted him as high as my shoulder, gave him a good hug to assure him that it was necessary to respect me, and tossed him on to the floor.
Thus outdone at his first attempt, the lion roared with rage.
Rushing fiercely towards me he raised his huge paw to strike a heavy blow at my head. For the moment, feeling the swish of the lion's paw as it passed my face, I really thought that would knock my head off if he made contact. Luckily I dodged my head just in time and got a good grip round the lion's body, with my chest touching his and his feet over my shoulders.
Now came the tussle; the more I hugged him the more he scratched and tore, and though his feet were mittened he tore through my tights and parts of my skin.
But I had got him as in a vice, and his efforts to get away were fruitless. Choosing an opportune moment, I flung him off me; they were shouting to me to come out of the cage, as I had done enough and the lion's rage was unbounded.
I was determined, however, before I left I was going to try just one more feat of strength. Moving away from the lion I stood with my back towards him, thus inviting him to jump on me. I did not have to wait long.
The King of the Beasts jumped with a roar …
weekly ezine articles
transcribing public domain books
300 word web site product descriptions
up-date sales pages
7 freelancers are bidding on average $97 for this job
Summer Banks here. I love the idea of this story. A wonderful tale of power, honor and respect. A deeper meaning is present I am sure. I have sent my TEST via Private Message. I hope to hear from you soon. Summer