iWriter Rewriting / Translation Opinions?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by iamNOBODY, Jun 18, 2016.

  1. iamNOBODY

    iamNOBODY Junior Member

    Dec 19, 2012
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    Hello everyone,

    I'm thinking of starting a French niche site (I personally don't know French) and I'm thinking of using iWriter for French Articles.

    I have some English and French articles written already that I want translated and rewritten respectively.

    Does anyone have experience doing this? I'm a bit hesitant as I don't understand French so I won't know if the quality of the article will be good.

    Any insight would be appreciated!

  2. ilais

    ilais Regular Member

    Jun 29, 2016
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    I do speak and write in 3 different langauges: English, Arabic and French. I also do translation! pm me in [email protected]... you can try me by giving me something to translate then you can judge!!! what type of translation are you looking for?
  3. Jonathan Teoh

    Jonathan Teoh BANNED BANNED

    Jul 20, 2016
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    If you need chinese translator, or writer, hit me up.
  4. ericnyc

    ericnyc Newbie

    Jul 15, 2015
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    Which type of articles writer do you want? feel free to contact me any time?
  5. freakystyley

    freakystyley Newbie

    Jan 28, 2015
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    I've been writing content on iWriter for years and I can say I'm pretty familiar with this website. It is a great service that works great for writers and those in need of content both. Honestly, it will be a bit tricky to find someone to do that for you, as I've seen articles in languages other than English stay in the general pool of offered articles for quite a bit of time. I'm an experienced and versatile content writer but, unfortunately, I don't speak French.

    With that said, I'm sure you will find someone to do that for you, just gotta be patient. Since you don't speak French, its almost impossible to know whether the content is good or not, so I suggest looking for writers that:

    a) Have written a few hundred articles on iWriter
    b) Have an overall rating of at least 4.5

    These people take iWriter seriously and know what they're doing and they wouldn't risk getting reported or banned by iWriter in case you found out you got low quality, spun content or something like that.

    Keep in mind, you get what you pay for, so be ready to spend money on Premium, Elite or Elite Plus writers to get good quality content. Obviously, finding someone from a French speaking territory, with good command of the English language and a knack for writing would be your best bet. Translating and rewriting articles is much easier than doing research and then writing them from scratch, so I'm sure a lot of people will jump at the chance of working with you.

    There is a fairly active Facebook group called "writers at iWriter" or something like that, so consider reaching out to writers there. Maybe this will help speed things up.

    If you really don't find anything, then I guess freelance websites are your best bet, but you'd have to spend a lot more money there, I think.

    I hope this helped, let me know if you have any additional questions and good luck.