Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by LoftPower, Oct 31, 2015.
Has anyone had any luck on fiverr with getting good articles? How high quality are they?
There are some real good writers on Fiverr and some of them write 1000 words or even more for $5, you just have to find them.
I have had some luck with ok quality articles from there from few different providers.
Wow that is pretty good word wise for the price!
i have had some good articles from fiverr also gigbucks has some good writers. It's just a matter of finding the good ones
I just don't know, but i find it, increasing hard to go looking for writers on fiverr.
Never used gigbucks before. May have to check that one out.
It's my luck I got a few good writers on Fiveer.
I'm a registered user on Fiverr since 2012 and I offer writing and spinning services. I've created wonderful long-term collaboration there with numerous clients from all over the world, so I can surely tell you that people are using Fiverr for articles.
It all consists of finding the right person, and that's easy if you analyze the ratings and previews reviews.
i don't recommend purchasing articles from fiverr, they are always either spun or plagiarized... but what can you really expect to get when you pay 5$ for 500/1000 words
i once hired a writer from fiverr who wrote amazing articles, i used copyscape each time to make sure the articles were unique - they always came back clean.
one time i decided to take some lines from the text and check it on google... turns out she just spun those articles... i immediately called her out. she denied it at first but later begged me to just take the money back and forget it ever happened...
you have to remember that they get 4$ for each article and have a very limited time to "write" them. do you really think they do actual research on each and every order?
at the end of the day, you get what you pay for.
I understand you... there are some users there who simply scrap and spin some articles and then send them back to the clients. But they won't last too long because they will receive negative reviews and their Gigs will be ruined. As a 2 years registered member, I managed to keep my ratings at 99% and always delivered unique articles to my clients... trust me on that. That's the only way you can sustain your profile and continue to make business. The reviews are there for a reason
Is the answer CEOSam?
rating means absolutely NOTHING!
the person i bought the articles from is still on fiverr (even though i reported her), has over 100 positive reviews, and gets plenty of orders each day.
there are sellers HERE ON BHW who provide sh*tty services and still get plenty of work, that's because people don't call them out and it's not that hard to create fake reviews (both here and on fiverr).
most "writers" on bhw AND on fiverr just get cheap work labor from 3rd world countries to "write" articles for them, and then they just resell them to the gullible buyers.
"That's the only way you can sustain your profile and continue to make business" - BULLSHIT!!!
You are right, but that's not a general rule..
I'm not a native English speaker and still managed to get some nice incomes on fiverr from writing articles (I always respected the description of my gigs and did my research properly and write all the articles manually). If only there is a way to prove it LOL
It depends really on the seller (you can ask for examples of work in advance) . Moreover, I always offer a short sample (of 100 words or so) in advance to new buyers to gain their trust... especially when it comes to rewrites
you can post your sample right here to prove your worth.
as you can see op is probably looking for a writer at the moment. if your content is good as you claim you might get a new costumer.
i mean, who doesn't want to get quality content for cheap?
Will do as soon as I get home!
P.S.: Where can I post them without getting banned, since I'm a newbie?
i believe you are allowed to post the text right here in this thread with no other details (i might be wrong so you should go over the rules or contact a mod)
if op likes it, he'll contact you.
Yep, this is how I catch plagiarism too. Take a sentence and put it into Google. Not the first paragraph. Copyscape isn't reliable for spinning.
I managed several writers before, and out of the 10-15 I worked with, I had 2-3 who didn't plagiarize. Unfortunately, the company I was working for set the budget and it was too low for what I was asking for, so I got a lot of junk that I had to rewrite/edit.
Oh wow, Thanks for pointing this out. It is a shame that it happened that way for you.
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