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Project 2 for WriteSmart

We need 100 articles.

100 articles should explain how our website helps consumers in a particular cities obtain cheap insurance. 1 article for each state. These 100 articles should be at least 450 words each. I will provide a list of cities.

These articles should be written with website visitor's needs in mind, but must also have insurance related keywords in them. We will provide keywords.

All work must be 100% original and pass the Copyscape test. We would own all rights to all work upon payment. Works are not to be re-used in any way for any reason. Don't use any software to create these articles.

We will have more projects if we like your work, please give us a good price.

Work must be done on time.

Please provide us with sample articles.

Delivery method. We have created a web page, where you can upload articles one by one. Process is simple:

1) Write the article in side the web page we provide or copy past from MS word or any other software

2) Add short description of the article to description field

3) Add few keywords to keywords field

4) Add title to the title field

Method to enter article in the content box:

1) Every title should look like <h1>Title</h1> this means that before entering the title write <h1> and after the title enter </h1>

2) Evert paragraph should start with <p> and end with </p>

See attached for how it looks.

Title, Description, Keywords will be standard, only name of the state will change.

Skills: Copywriting

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About the Employer:
( 76 reviews ) North Hollywood, United States

Project ID: #220298