I have been given the task of finding a writing partner. The demands on my writing have become more than I can provide alone. In some cases, strategic use of keyword density may be required, and in other cases it will be irrelevant. The work is not high paying, but it is long-term.
I will be acting as the intermediate for existing clients in most cases, although some projects will be passed directly to the chosen service provider. I am not especially thrilled about that, as I am a writer, not an editor. But I do what my clients say to do, and I'm told to find help.
WRITING TEAMS NEED NOT APPLY.
No two people write with the same style, or use the same written mannerisms. Submitting work from multiple writers is an immediate termination under the terms of this project. This not negotiable. I need a writing partner, not a team to join.
My clients have high standards, and aim to reach a well-educated audience. I have even higher standards and will not submit shoddily written articles to my clients. All work must be informative and adhere to the conditions set forth by each client. Examples and further discussion will be provided to select bidders in PM, prior to selecting a winning bid.
English should be your native written language. All clients are trying to reach an English speaking audience, primarily in the United States and Canada. Please include the phrase “I understand the terms of the project” in your PM, to be considered. They prefer that their copywriters are also from the same native-speaking area.
Most articles should be written in either second or third person. Some research is required for everything submitted, ranging from fact-finding to content comparison. The clients do not want articles that are rewritten from existing internet or hardcopy content, they want original articles based on more than one source of information. Content will be checked with Copyscape.
Most articles should be between 150-300 words. If necessary, the length can be as high as necessary, but cannot be shorter than 150 words. Subject matter will vary, as will word counts, and in some cases will be open to your own discretion. The clients are not hard to get along with, and some of the work can be fun.
Until and unless the clients we write for agree to a higher rate, payment will be US$1/article. I have been told that the selected writer should be able to produce anywhere from 5-30 articles per week, at YOUR discretion. Payment will be made on Fridays, via Paypal, and will include all work delivered through that Thursday. This means the selected bidder can earn $5 to $30 each week, to begin.
If English is your native language, and you are looking for a little extra income, make a bid, and we can discuss the possibilities in PM. Remember, the pay is low, but the potential earnings can be much higher. The minimum bid allowed is $30, but your PM should reflect a true amount in the $5-$30 range, to reflect your first week's production. The project will end when the first 30 articles have been approved. This allows you to set your own deadlines, but they should be adhered to once you set them. If you're sure you can do 5 articles per week, but not sure about 30, bid 5. Then, if you write 30, you get paid for them, but you are only committed to submitting 5.