by pinks
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I am thinking of starting an article writing service and am going to register a domain name for that.
I just wanted to ask people who buy articles for their websites,would you search on google for articles with a term "quality articles"?
If not,what would you type in google to search for an article site?
Thanks for any suggestions,
Pinks
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    If you need writers, please let me know.
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  • Profile picture of the author Micah Medina
    Sounds like you need to fire up the Google Keyword Tool...
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by pinks View Post

    what would you type in google to search for an article site?
    My guess is "article writing service" or "article writing services".

    But why not look it up, through Google, rather than guess? And find out what customers are searching for, rather than what marketers "would be" searching for?

    Originally Posted by pinks View Post

    would you search on google for articles with a term "quality articles"?
    No; I wouldn't.
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  • Profile picture of the author Troy_Phillips
    Go over to fiver and see what terms are being used by people searching for writers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Casper C
    Here's a tip. Go to wherever people are buying articles from already. Warrior Forum, freelance websites.. and offer some review articles to buyers. You'll then have some good testimonials and portfolio entries, and then probably some paying clients. This is a good way to get your first clients through effort alone.
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  • Profile picture of the author Troy_Phillips
    All the phrases I find that even include quality articles is for submission .. not writers. Look over SEO ghostwriter .. the term itself is tight but the related list has some decent traffic and easier comp
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  • Profile picture of the author underworld
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    cheap articles,seo articles,native english articles,quality articles are few terms i use..
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  • Profile picture of the author Jealee
    Try looking at odesk.com/elance.com/freelance.com... Many good quality writers there. And of course you can get writers from the warrior!
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Guys, he's not looking for writers. :rolleyes:

      He's looking for SEO-based domain-name suggestions for a website for a writing service. Sometimes it helps to read the OP before responding ... I'm "just saying".
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      • Profile picture of the author condra
        Fair point Alexa, but I think people are trying to get the point across that a lot of writers get work from Warrior Forum and other freelance hubs, rather than organic visitors to their websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author wrongnumber
    Originally Posted by pinks View Post

    I am thinking of starting an article writing service and am going to register a domain name for that.
    I just wanted to ask people who buy articles for their websites,would you search on google for articles with a term "quality articles"?
    If not,what would you type in google to search for an article site?
    Thanks for any suggestions,
    Pinks
    i have my own article writing staff, even i brought a website contentguru.in thought the same way, but it has almost been an year I could not develop it that way, because the work from other sources (fiverr, freelance, contacts) was keeping us occupied enought, before we could scale it up.

    Lemme know if you would like to buy this domain for cheap, plus i could more or less help you with it, plus its already 1year aged.

    I had done a market research too, and can dig out emds if you like, Just PM me, to know what all i had figured out, but never was implemented.

    Thanks
    All the very best!
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  • Profile picture of the author Troy_Phillips
    I am not looking for articles to write .. just saying.

    The clients I picked up (at $2.50 per 100) all came from EMD's never forums. Most forumites want all kinds of review articles and want to pay $1 a hundred when the free ones run out.

    $5 articles and $7 WSO makes for a starter list but never a substantial income.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    Originally Posted by pinks View Post

    I am thinking of starting an article writing service and am going to register a domain name for that.
    I just wanted to ask people who buy articles for their websites,would you search on google for articles with a term "quality articles"?
    No, I wouldn't. My first choice would not be a search engine, for starters. I'd begin by looking for referrals. So establishing yourself on LinkedIn.com might be a good start for making connections.

    I'm not interested in the SEO fodder most 'writers' want to advertise as 'quality articles'. I'd be more inclined to look for things like "freelance writer" or "[niche] writer" (think 'travel writer' or 'food writer').

    Originally Posted by pinks View Post

    If not,what would you type in google to search for an article site?
    Thanks for any suggestions,
    Pinks
    If you have a few dollars for testing, why not try letting people searching that way tell you for themselves, as I outlined in this thread?
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  • Profile picture of the author scraig
    The Google Keyword tool will give you a general idea, but Market Samurai could pin it down for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author flamewave
    As an copywriter, article writer etc.. I do not have a domain. I get consistant word of mouth and that is enough, I am looking to expand my market at the moment and I am considering looking at getting a domain. However if you need help finding keywords you need more specfic SEO help and guides.

    Good Luck
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  • Profile picture of the author Jahshaka
    Do some research over possible keywords you're thinking of using, compare them with what other article writers are using to advertise their service and determine which one is being searched for more often and also which keyword comes up with best results from searches.

    If you want to start an article writing business you shouldn't really struggle with choosing your keywords as you should have knowledge about articlr writing?
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  • Profile picture of the author matthewfermin
    You can use keyword tool since it's free but try market samurai its better though.
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  • Profile picture of the author larms
    I would probably search for something more like "Quality Article Writing" or "Quality Articles Written Just For You", or something along those lines. Check the free Google Keyword Tool.

    Good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author HatKing
    I have been doing some searches and noticed that quality writing is pretty expensive.

    Any tips on who to hire (which country, etc) and what the typical cost is like? I am interested in exploring options for article writing for small businesses and bloggers. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author sekhar203
    Originally Posted by pinks View Post

    I am thinking of starting an article writing service and am going to register a domain name for that.
    I just wanted to ask people who buy articles for their websites,would you search on google for articles with a term "quality articles"?
    If not,what would you type in google to search for an article site?
    Thanks for any suggestions,
    Pinks
    it will be best you go and check it through Market Samurai...you will get a good idea through that...it's a great software for such purpose....
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