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    Freelance Content writers

    I need some freelance content, article writers for my site. Please let me know where can I find cheap, best and dedicated content. article writers.
    Cheers!
    King

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    Do a Google search, look at the Freelance sites like eLance and Rent-a-Coder, or advertise in the Site Point Market place "Looking to Hire".
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    Hey King,

    Good suggestions from shyflower.

    My favorite place is need-an-article. com. All of the writers have English as their first language. They follow your directions to a tee.

    Communication with the writer and support of the site is very good. Turn around time is quite good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingshuk01 View Post
    I need some freelance content, article writers for my site. Please let me know where can I find cheap, best and dedicated content. article writers.
    Cheers!
    King
    I can tell you where to find cheap writers and I can tell you where to find the best writers - two totally different animals.

    I understand everyone is trying to stretch a dollar, but I can't imagine you'd begin the search for a lawyer or a doctor by saying I want a "cheap" one.

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    Hi Kingshuk01,

    You can always try the offline way. Find someone who can write about your topics, ask for some samples and decide if it's suitable for your business or not.

    Nowadays we forget to use the old business concept which always worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by white.wizard View Post
    Hi Kingshuk01,

    You can always try the offline way. Find someone who can write about your topics, ask for some samples and decide if it's suitable for your business or not.

    Nowadays we forget to use the old business concept which always worked.
    Most good writers won't work on spec. It isn't like you can watermark writing. If you're looking for a writer, just make sure they have a portfolio of work they can show you. That should help you determine if they can write in a style that fits your needs.
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    You could post your requirement in "Looking To Hire" section in this forum too.

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    Whta kind of articles do you need? <snip>
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    Hi ,
    I this forums like this will surely help you find good content writers but dont mention the word cheap because people who are starting off to write have to be payed less only...

    if u hire pros then it grows high...

    chaturmai

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    What exactly do you mean by "cheap"? You need to remember that there is a lot more to writing than just putting fingers to the keyboard! Depending on the article type, the writer may need to do a lot of background research so that they can deliver a quality product. That research is time consumed by the project and must be paid for.

    With that said, what subject do you need articles for and what kind of article should it be?

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    You can also try content creation sections of webmasters' forums.

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    I was about to recommend myself but when you juxtapose cheap and best together, it becomes mission impossible.
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    It's all very well paying <snip>for a 400-word article, but when you see the quality of the work that people are churning out, you realise how they can do it for so little money. It's obvious the articles are not researched properly, and that the writer has no understanding of the subject matter.

    If I found a website with such a low standard of writing, I will definitely be leaving it as soon as possible, so I think it would be a false economy to pay peanuts.
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    I would love to write articles for other sites, however it depends on the subject. I always find that if I am not familiar with the subject I am writing about, the article takes longer to complete.

    And I also agree that you can read between the lines and tell that the author really has no idea what they are saying.

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    You can hire writers at freelancing sites.

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    "Cheap, best and dedicated"??? This is a contradictory request. Didn't you ever learn that you get what you pay for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amberstar702 View Post
    "Cheap, best and dedicated"??? This is a contradictory request. Didn't you ever learn that you get what you pay for?
    One thing I learned .. and I'm not even a "professional" .. pros don't use cliches.

    Neither do they use multiple "end-of-sentence" punctuation marks. Some even know how to structure a sentence.

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    you could also try guru dot com but its really hit and miss. you have to take a leap of faith and trust in their rating...

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    well you can check out the links in my signature, you can find great writers writing articles for you.

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    My favorite place is need-an-article. com. All of the writers have English as their first language. They follow your directions to a tee.
    How was your experience with them, and how much you paid per article?

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    I use a great freelancer she charges $6 for 400 words,

    and she wants referals !!

    freelancecontentcreator@gmail.com

    please mention keith !!

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    Which type of content you need?
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    rentacoder.com, elance.com has worked well for me before!

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    You can hire one through sitepoint, go yo market place

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    If you don't mind, you can either browse through the sitepoint's marketplace, or even go to the DP forum's BST section to scour for the cheap content writers...


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