Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by Black.Star, Dec 4, 2011.
That would be awesome! Let me know how it works out... Because I can do Spanish articles!
If I really will start with writing I will keep you guys updated
Even i had thought about writing articles in my native language but frankly speaking i had failed miserably - my personal experience . maybe I did not do much of the promotion.
But it is always suggested that ENGLISH articles are sold the most , as good amount of world population wants and understand that language.
You can obviously try elance and odesk as i had seen that translation articles are required in there , and if you get a shot at them , maybe you can get hired for long term basis .
Whats your native language? I think that always change alot. Yeah I know that english is the most wanted language for articles but it also is more saturated (because alot of people speak english and write articles in english). I always tried to see other languages as niche products like in SEO. Anyways. I will give it a try atleast and also take a look at odesk and
elance etc. Have done some background research now and I think I will start next week.
Thanks for your advices and help, appreciate that.
If you guys need unique articles just look for them in other languages and translate them via g translate, add a few paragraphs here and there and you have a 100% unique article. Spin the hell out of it and you should see some nice results
Thats what I want to do ofcourse
artikles in other languages need the specialists, so you need hard work
You plan more to producte low, medium or high quality articles?
I need always new articles in German language
Unless you are desperate for money now, I would write your own unique content and then make your own blogs out of it with Adsense or whatever. If you sell articles you get the money once and then it's gone. With using your own content to make your own sites, you can create a steady stream of income that won't go away over night.
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