Are you good at creative title writing? The most important part of writing online content is coming up with a compelling title that actually pulls.
I want you to help me come up with 10 “writing assignments”, each of which will contain 40 titles. (20 articles and 20 blog posts). You don’t have to actually write the articles, just come up with 40 titles and descriptions for each. (See two examples below.)
I will provide you with a list of prioritized keywords for each of the 10 writing assignments. You will then write up a list of really fun, creative and alluring titles and descriptions - each matching three keywords from the list. Repeats are ok, but you’ll try to cover as much of the list as possible in each assignment. The aim is to write a compelling title that will pull in the reader while still using one of the target keyword phrases. The description text should also use one of the keyword phrases whenever possible and will direct the writer as to what the article should actually be about.
As mentioned, this bid is for 10 writing assignments, each will describe 20 blog posts and 20 helpful articles. An example of one of each follows:
Blog Title: iPad Data Recovery Conclusion: Apple Really Does Hate Me
Keywords: itunes backup, itunes file recovery, ipad data recovery
Description: Ok, so Apple does their best to hide the file system in their devices from the common user. That’s great for protecting their intellectual property but it really sucks for protecting mine. Recovering data from an iPad is a royal pain in the keister.
Article Title: Be the Office Hero with this Data Recovery Tool in your Pocket
Description: Put a couple of these freeware data recovery tools on your USB keychain drive - and next time someone accidentally empties their recycle bin prematurely you can jump to the rescue. “Can Aquaman do this?” you’ll ask smugly.
Keywords: recovery tool, free data recovery tools, erased file recovery