I need a Freelance writer that will do a series of rewrites. Rewrites are going to be checked against originals to make sure that they are not the same or even close.
READ: It is actually 10 articles on different subjects... but I need them to be rewritten twice... In other words 2 rewrites for each article.
The subjects will be about back to school supplies, teaching and classroom supplies.
The lenght needs to be about 650 words.
If original article is less than the 650 words you will be expected to expand on some of the parts to make up for the difference.
We are an SEO company that is looking for quality copywriters for long term relationship.
If you deliver GOOD QUALITY work and ON TIME you will get more work.
As a matter of fact I have about 60 articles ready to be worked on...
NO GRAMMATICAL/SPELLING ERRORS
Give me your best price... I know what each Article should cost me...
Basically it will be be covering general internet marketing/webdesign/SEO concepts and be written on a "how-to/guide"
(See: [url removed, login to view] )fashion so that it tells the reader enough to help them understand the direction of their strategy to improve the traffic of the readers' site and position me as an expert to motivate them to use my services.
PLEASE Note we are a SEO Firm and a good experience will guarantee repeat business upon satisfaction:
Proper English and spelling is essential.
The article must contain the key terms provided by me with sufficient density and must be rich in related keywords.
The articles must NOT include any content that is copyrighted or licensed from a 3rd party of any kind.
All articles will be considered "work made for hire" under U.S. Copyright law. We will receive exclusive and complete copyrights of the articles upon payment.
All articles must be original, and WILL be tested for originality. We have tools to make sure that the content can not be found anywhere else on the internet.
Please provide time line for project completion with your bid.
I know what is FAIR COMPENSATION for rewrites so put in your competitive bids