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Writer and spinner needed

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by fel3232, Oct 25, 2012.

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  1. fel3232

    fel3232 Regular Member

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    I am going to test out the waters, a live case.

    Here is what I am after:

    A writer to write an article from scratch ( 100% his own words, unique).
    Then spin it by hand.
    Each article should be 600 words or more, on the following topic: weddings.
    Each article should be informative and well researched based on my keywords.

    10 of these articles in original and spinned format: $50.00 via paypal. I pay once all is delivered.

    If this makes a difference in rankings, I will have regular gigs for you.

    There is nothing to go on skype about, please post here and or PM with your experience and availability.

    Thanks in asdance.
     
  2. NeoPat

    NeoPat Power Member

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    Your looking at paying more at having it spun and written unless its a one click spin
     
  3. incognito876

    incognito876 Regular Member

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    Yep, as above. I do this regularly for an SEO company and charge a very cheap rate because I have gained experience and got a good speed up over the months, but the cheapest I can possibly do it for is $15 for the seed article plus hand-spun spintax. On a good day it takes two to three hours, but I do it for that because once the article is written I can do the hand spinning without having to tax my brain too much, and other jobs the company gives me pay much better; so it kind of evens itself out as far as hourly pay is concerned over the week.

    I don't think you will get a decent provider for what you require at the price you are offering.

    Also, it will be more attractive to someone who will spend around 25 hours on this job to do it properly, if you were to offer some payment in advance. Typically, when working for a new person, at least 50 percent upfront is the norm for me, and often 100 percent depending on the vibes I get. Having said that, I now bill all my clients after the job is delivered but only because they are long standing. All paid upfront for at least a month before I sent them any completed work.

    HTH, and you find someone for your job.
     
    Last edited: Oct 26, 2012
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    Let me know if you are still looking for spinners..
    Thanks...