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Steps to follow while hiring a good content writer

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by adtech1, Jun 27, 2015.

  1. adtech1

    adtech1 Junior Member

    Mar 29, 2015
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    Most of the time content creators face a common question, "why should a buyer hire his/her services while there are plenty of others offering same thing?"
    A client comes to a marketplace to hire someone assuming that taking this step will reduce his stress and he will get years of flawless content without any hassle. Unfortunately this does not happen most of the time. After few dealings when the client becomes stable it has been seen a content writer or an agency starts taking advantage of his faith delivering poor quality articles, sometimes even software generated articles which by any means don't look like human readable. :detective

    So a buyer needs to follow some simple yet effective steps in order to get a content writing service that will never disappoint him.

    Step One: Don't ever ask to submit a free sample article. Most of the time, these articles are not written by the writers as they are not getting money from it. Often these writers steal the content from other sources and give to their prospective clients claiming that they have written those samples. A client gets easily impressed by seeing a good quality article and hires him. But when it comes to real work these phony content writing agencies fail to deliver the quality as they promised. If the writer offers you for a review copy only then you can go for it. :banghead:

    Step two: Don't go for cheap articles. If you are not hiring a writer for long term bulk order don't bargain for a penny. It will not give you any benefits at all. Look for a quality writer who can offer you really excellent articles at shortest possible turnaround time. :hmmmm2:

    Step three: Make sure the agency or individual you are hiring is a writer himself. A genuine writer will understand what the readers want to get from an article and he will write it from readers' point of view that will increase your website readability. Since he is a writer he has got the natural aptitude to think analytically as well as creatively. If you hire a middleman who has nothing to do with writing, he will sink your ship in the long run. So a good understanding about audience mindset is necessary, SEO alone won't do the trick. :angel10:

    Step four: Ask the writer if he can write SEO optimized contents. Not all writers have this knowledge, and you don't want to start a learning school where you will have to explain every minute detail about keywords, title, meta description and so on. It's just a waste of time, trust me. :idea:

    Step five: Tell your writer that you are going to check every article on Duplicate Content Checker / Plagiarism Detection software. You need to see whether he is using any article spinning software, instead of writing content manually. If you are using these contents for article submission, and you don't mind if they are spun - ok that's fine. But using them to publish on your website may harm your website reputation, and Google will surely detect that resulting in a drop in your search engine visibility. You certainly don't want that. :veryhappy

    Always remember working with real and experienced writers as that will always ensure you peace of mind.


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  2. LoftPower

    LoftPower Elite Member

    Feb 23, 2015
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    Nice tips here. Everyone wants to get the most for their buck and with this they can.
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  3. seoboost77

    seoboost77 Regular Member

    Nov 10, 2015
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    good tips!! nice job
  4. Coingrabber

    Coingrabber Regular Member

    Dec 29, 2013
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    Great guide! I'm glad there are still people willing to actually pay decent for decent quality. :)