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It is not possible for me to write as many articles i need for my blog (fitness and performance), so I'm considering buying it but i have no experience on it. So i want to ask, where to buy? How much to pay? and how to be sure that the quality is good enough?
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Off the top of my head I believe there is a site called ineedarticles.com
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    If you simply do a search for "article writing service", you'll find tons of companies offering article writing services. It's up to you to screen them to see the level of quality you get for the price on each.

    You might also consider setting up a "write for us" or "guest posting" page that invites others to provide you with free content for your blog. You'll need to let them have an author link in the article (at minimum) but there are tons of people looking for websites that they can guest post on.
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  • Profile picture of the author jasonbailey
    Try to use Upwork platform. It actually designed for such things.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rose Anderson
    There are many good writers here on the Warrior Forum. You can find them in the Warriors for Hire section or write a post in Members Wanting to Hire You.

    Place a small order at first to be sure you're happy with the results. Samples are not always a good indication of the work you'll receive.

    Be very specific in your directions. Let them know the tone you want, the length of the articles, the purpose of the articles and the audience you are targeting. Writers are not mind readers.

    You can find cheap writers on Fiverr but it may take you awhile and cost you more in the long run.

    If you find a writer who you enjoy working with, make it worth their while to stick with you.

    As Dave said, you might find some writers who are willing to do guest posts for a link to their own blog. But they'll want their own byline.

    Rose
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    This site is run by a fellow Warrior member. I have used it often. Great content.

    DREMdesigns Article Writing & Content Strategy Services

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  • Profile picture of the author Bizopboost
    You Can Buy PLR Articles Packages and make sure you Rewrite them before posting them
    The Prices are very Cheap
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  • Why isn't it possible for you to write them? I get everybody has their own schedule and their own stuff going on, but you don't need to write an article every day. Set a schedule that works for you, say, a weekly article. You can control the quality, it comes from you, so you are helping your audience, and they will look forward to what you have to say. It's so much better than bombarding them with content that's not yours.

    I know this does not directly answer your question, but it does address your issue at hand.

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    • Profile picture of the author wecoach
      Originally Posted by Highest And Best View Post

      Why isn't it possible for you to write them? I get everybody has their own schedule and their own stuff going on, but you don't need to write an article every day. Set a schedule that works for you, say, a weekly article. You can control the quality, it comes from you, so you are helping your audience, and they will look forward to what you have to say. It's so much better than bombarding them with content that's not yours.

      I know this does not directly answer your question, but it does address your issue at hand.

      -Scott

      As English is not my first language i spend a lot of time and energy writing it, but i agree that this is the only way to guarantee quality of content.
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      • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
        Originally Posted by wecoach View Post

        As English is not my first language i spend a lot of time and energy writing it, but i agree that this is the only way to guarantee quality of content.
        This is always my concern when a non-native English speaker is buying content, as is apparent from the last post to this thread by "wecoach" - "I actually made large research before write article". What they think is acceptable English may be far from it. English is a particularly difficult language with lots of what may seem like random rules of grammar. When English is not your native language, I honestly do not know how anyone is supposed to hire someone to write for them and know for sure that it is well-written, grammatically correct content.
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  • Profile picture of the author digital55
    You can hire a freelancer on Upwork who specializes in writing articles.

    Another site where you can hire writers is IWriter.

    Take a look at those options and see what works for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jasoncris
    There are loads of content and article writing sites on the web. you can try out upwork and Fiverr or even here on warriors!

    But, i'd love to ask you if you've researched on article topics you want content on, or you just pick any topic that interests you or you feel would be of interest to your potential audience. If the latter is the case, then you might be spending money on worthless articles.

    Before you write any article I strongly advice and it is paramount you do a detailed research on the topic to be written on, otherwise known as keyword research, this helps you know what your audience needs are, how they search for those needs on search engines and how you can be of help and render your services to them.

    Also keywords research helps you know the search volume of this phrases and your competitors and it also gives you hints on how to outrank them, so you would be the foremost on search engines as regards you audience/potential customers needs.

    If you need more information specifically on this, then i would graciously provide them.

    Warm regards!
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    • Profile picture of the author wecoach
      Originally Posted by Jasoncris View Post

      There are loads of content and article writing sites on the web. you can try out upwork and Fiverr or even here on warriors!

      But, i'd love to ask you if you've researched on article topics you want content on, or you just pick any topic that interests you or you feel would be of interest to your potential audience. If the latter is the case, then you might be spending money on worthless articles.

      Before you write any article I strongly advice and it is paramount you do a detailed research on the topic to be written on, otherwise known as keyword research, this helps you know what your audience needs are, how they search for those needs on search engines and how you can be of help and render your services to them.

      Also keywords research helps you know the search volume of this phrases and your competitors and it also gives you hints on how to outrank them, so you would be the foremost on search engines as regards you audience/potential customers needs.

      If you need more information specifically on this, then i would graciously provide them.

      Warm regards!

      I actually made large research before write article
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  • Profile picture of the author Justin012
    Iwrite, Freelancer and Upwork are all good articles choices. Best off having them write up a 200-300 sample first to see if the content meets your requirements first. This will give you a better idea if they are truly capable of producing great content. Also tell them to send you a portfolio of their best writing and most importantly make sure they have decent reviews.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Pay up to play up. Check places like the pro blogger job board. Business and traffic driving posts cost $50 to $100 and up per 600 word post. Good starting point for finding skilled freelance writers to grow your business.
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  • Profile picture of the author Oziboomer
    Blogmutt is an expensive (you get what you pay for) but quality (value for money) choice worth considering if you have the budget.

    Best regards,

    Ozi
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    You could also use MyBlogSquad. 100% native English writers, reasonable prices, and several plans to choose from.
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