Re-writing articles

We're looking for 40 articles rewritten. We will supply the original articles and we need them to be rewritten so they are unique. The length of the original versions range from 400 to 500 words. The writer needs to edit them down to 300-350 words.

There is no research required. No additional information needs to be added, they simply need to be rewritten so the topic and content is the same, but in different words.

The structure of the articles needs to remain the same as the original. Titles, subheadings, number of paragraphs, any bulleted lists, etc. need to be structured the same as the original version, but edited for uniqueness.

We are looking for someone with a strong command of the English language.

All copyrights to the rewritten articles will be held by the buyer.

The articles will be supplied to you in .txt (plain text) format and the rewritten articles are to be delivered in the same format - .txt (plain text) with no fancy quotes or other non-standard formatting.

We require these to be completed within 48 hours of accepting your bid, so if you are unable to complete them within that time frame, please do not bid on this project.

We are looking for several writers to handle rewriting projects for us on an ongoing basis and the purpose of this project is to "test the waters" and hopefully find several good writers who we can work with regularly.

In view of the ongoing work, bids of $40-$45 will be given priority.

Skills: Copywriting

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About the Employer:
( 48 reviews ) Oklahoma City, United States

Project ID: #226055