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Best article writing service?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nairb, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. nairb

    nairb Registered Member

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    I have used two sources for ordering articles for the purpose of article spinning & submission, on-site content, etc. The first is CCarticles and the second is 99centarticles.

    I've found that both have their faults - I originally used ccarticles exclusively but found that the consistency of their article quality was not acceptable. CCarticles fully understood the concept of article spinning (listed on their site as UAW, although I use AMR), but their grasp of the English language didn't translate to articles that were "well-written."

    After moving on from CCarticles, I found that 99centarticles was a good source for consistently well-written articles, but over time I've found their services to be seriously flawed in terms of their punctuality of delivering my orders. I've had to remind them on several occasions that I'm still waiting for their articles to arrive. One particular instance involved an order for on-site content (which should be the highest quality writing they offer, as opposed to articles that will simply be spun and submitted automatically) - when I received the articles and proofread them to ensure quality, I found the articles almost made no sense at all. Anyway, I cannot continue to use their service for these reasons.

    So because I know CCarticles also has its flaws, I wanted to ask the BHW community if they know of consistently well-written, timely delivered, and compatilible with UAW/AMR article spinning article writing service that has comparable (or preferably cheaper) pricing than these sources.

    Any suggestions?

    /edit/ I forgot to mention that 99centarticles has no way of tracking or monitoring orders you have made (unless you fish through paypal confirmation orders, and even then you can only review the date and price of the order, not the details of the article information)
     
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  2. brseo

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    As i nedd articles written in portuguese my only source has been fiverr, i think it´s a bit expensive but i have nowhere else to run.
     
  3. nairb

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    I can only imagine how inconsistent relying on Fiverr must be. I wish a service provider like WLmarketing would offer content writing services that fit the purpose of article spinning for unique content for automated submissions. WLmarketing is a fantastic source for quick and inexpensive IM services when you want to avoid the headache of doing it yourself (via software like AMR, xGenSEO, etc.).

    It would be great to find any content writing service provider that not only offers articles designed to be spun and submitted using software like AMR, but also articles that are consistently high quality, and don't need to be seriously proofread and revised, wasting more time than it's actually worth.

    /edit/ And brseo, $5 for a 500 word article, in a language not terribly common for these purposes, seems like not so bad a price to me. I usually pay ~$15 per set of three 500 word articles that are meant to be spun into many hundreds of unique versions before submitting with AMR. For me, this is worth the price because of the business model I follow. But the quality and consistency suffer occasionally, causing me to spend time (and therefore money) proofreading, reformatting, and rewriting articles that are not acceptable.
     
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