Good Writer for Amazon Review website

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I have recently set up my third amazon affiliate website. After about 2 failed attempts in the past where I became lazy to write articles of my own, I have decided to outsource the most IMPORTANT part Review Writing.

My post is for those warriors who have outsourced their amazon Review writing work. Can you guys point me to some good Writers who are good and affordable and who can write articles having a personalized touch.

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author msritter
    I have used top level writers from iWriter many times, and they do great work. If you give them a guide of how you want the article written, you should be ok. The best part of iWriter is if the article is not written how you want it, you do not have to pay.

    Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author davegarcia939
    I have used couple of writers from Fiverr. They were really good but still you have to give them a proper guideline.
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  • Profile picture of the author Snowclone
    I would definitely not go with Fiverr - If you want a quality article that people won't start reading and immediately bounce on, go to iWriter at least. There you can find quality writers and pay them premium price, with the ability to reject and request rewrites (that's huge)

    I've used iWriter for numerous Amazon review sites as well as for blog content and even small ebooks.
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  • Profile picture of the author TomerN
    Yeah, I have to agree with Snowclone. While you can find some goldmines on Fiverr, you will have to sift through a lot of poor quality content writers to find the ones that are worth it. Even then, I'm skeptical since it doesn't make sense for a great writer to be paid so little for a great article.

    I have to be honest with you, the margins you are/will be working with through the Amazon affiliate program are so small that I would either recommend you to find a different niche or affiliate network to work with, or I would highly recommend you to simply start writing the content yourself since you really don't want to spend your money on content until you are seeing revenues that will be able to pay for your expenses. However, if you are confident that you will be able to pull it off, there are dozens of freelance sites where you can find quality writers. I find that roughly half of them provide quality content and then I just keep them writing great stuff for me. But once again, they can be quite costly.

    Best of luck!
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    • Profile picture of the author Snowclone
      Originally Posted by TomerN View Post

      Yeah, I have to agree with Snowclone. While you can find some goldmines on Fiverr, you will have to sift through a lot of poor quality content writers to find the ones that are worth it. Even then, I'm skeptical since it doesn't make sense for a great writer to be paid so little for a great article.

      I have to be honest with you, the margins you are/will be working with through the Amazon affiliate program are so small that I would either recommend you to find a different niche or affiliate network to work with, or I would highly recommend you to simply start writing the content yourself since you really don't want to spend your money on content until you are seeing revenues that will be able to pay for your expenses. However, if you are confident that you will be able to pull it off, there are dozens of freelance sites where you can find quality writers. I find that roughly half of them provide quality content and then I just keep them writing great stuff for me. But once again, they can be quite costly.

      Best of luck!
      Not necessarily, it really depends on the products you're working with. You could be selling watch batteries or you could be selling air conditioners. Promoting Amazon products can really pay off, just find products OVER $100.
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  • Profile picture of the author rayray7
    Originally Posted by souravdas32000 View Post

    I have recently set up my third amazon affiliate website. After about 2 failed attempts in the past where I became lazy to write articles of my own, I have decided to outsource the most IMPORTANT part Review Writing.

    My post is for those warriors who have outsourced their amazon Review writing work. Can you guys point me to some good Writers who are good and affordable and who can write articles having a personalized touch.

    Thanks
    Good and affordable do not go together as you always get what you pay for. The best writer I know charges $25 for one article. He only writes 1000 words articles. Google is not stupid and will always give the best site with awesome content much needed traffic.
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    • Profile picture of the author brchap
      Originally Posted by rayray7 View Post

      Good and affordable do not go together as you always get what you pay for. The best writer I know charges $25 for one article. He only writes 1000 words articles. Google is not stupid and will always give the best site with awesome content much needed traffic.
      Not true. There is a phenomenon occurring RIGHT NOW that allows entrepreneurs from more developed countries to take advantage of the highly educated workforce in less developed countries.

      I'm not saying it's right. It is what it is. Personally, I believe that it's temporary. Eventually the global economy will "level out" a bit more.

      Until then, consider sifting through writers from India, Pakistan, Philippines, etc... until you find someone who is both good and affordable. It may take you a while, but there are some Indians who write better than most Americans.
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      • Profile picture of the author rayray7
        Originally Posted by brchap View Post

        Not true. There is a phenomenon occurring RIGHT NOW that allows entrepreneurs from more developed countries to take advantage of the highly educated workforce in less developed countries.

        I'm not saying it's right. It is what it is. Personally, I believe that it's temporary. Eventually the global economy will "level out" a bit more.

        Until then, consider sifting through writers from India, Pakistan, Philippines, etc... until you find someone who is both good and affordable. It may take you a while, but there are some Indians who write better than most Americans.
        One thing I have learned the hard way - quality is job one. I have tried all the junk nonsense called articles and I can assure you, top quality content wins at the end.

        I can understand, because we humans are setup to seek out quality for less money. In the end you always get just about what you paid for.
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  • Profile picture of the author Curtis2011
    You should probably come up with a review template that you have the writers follow.

    I've hired tons of writers from Elance and had no trouble finding low cost writers that produce quality content.
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  • Profile picture of the author souravdas32000
    Thank you guys for all the suggestions. I tried out iWriter with 2 articles by giving a fixed template to follow. The articles costed $5 each and were decent enough.
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  • Profile picture of the author TravisO
    try outsourcing at Odesk. There are many writers there. Writers' skills are from beginner to expert. And mind you, you can save a lot of time when you hire some. It's at www.odesk.com.
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    Try the Warriors for hire section in this forum and you will see that many writers hang out in there (including myself).
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  • Profile picture of the author hatewriting
    It depends on the type of Amazon review site in question, but most content product review sites should have a word count of 1000 words and up per review since it's extremely difficult to review a product in detail in say 500 words - detail being the operative word here.
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