Article Writer Recommendations Needed

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I am looking for article writers that do quality work and are inexpensive. Are there any article writers you guys and gals use in particular who fit this criteria?
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  • Profile picture of the author Adie
    Originally Posted by Geek3000 View Post

    I am looking for article writers that do quality work and are inexpensive. Are there any article writers you guys and gals use in particular who fit this criteria?
    What amount do you consider "inexpensive"?
    Quality does not always go along with cheap.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alast
    Originally Posted by Geek3000 View Post

    I am looking for article writers that do quality work and are inexpensive.
    Unfortunately for you, in most cases, these two terms are mutually exclusive.

    Maybe you should consider paying higher amounts for higher quality articles? Within reason, though.
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    • Profile picture of the author vickybabe
      It all depends on what you are using the articles for mate. I happily pay 50 bucks for quality articles because of what I use them for. I also know that the 50 spent will result in hundreds of dollars in my pocket.

      My advice - ask yourself how much you are willing to pay for the result you are trying to achieve, not the tool used to achieve it
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  • Profile picture of the author salegurus
    Originally Posted by Geek3000 View Post

    I am looking for article writers that do quality work and are inexpensive. Are there any article writers you guys and gals use in particular who fit this criteria?
    Ah, that often used but misunderstood oxymoron....
    Cheap and quality don't belong in the same sentence my friend....
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    • Profile picture of the author @tjr
      I can do the job for you.
      My price is reasnable, and I write articles with high quality.

      PM sent.
      That awkward moment when a writer can't spell in their desperation for a cheap job.
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  • Profile picture of the author stews
    Iwriter does some good work.
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    • Profile picture of the author AnniePot
      Here's a nugget of advice for you:

      Instead of asking "How much does it cost?" ask instead "How much will it help me earn?"

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  • Profile picture of the author Jennifer Hutson
    Originally Posted by AnniePot View Post

    Here's a nugget of advice for you:

    Instead of asking "How much does it cost?" ask instead "How much will it help me earn?"

    ^The best advice I've seen, yet.

    "Quality work" and "inexpensive" don't generally work in the same sentence. Although I'm sure you could find someone after a LOT of digging, this will almost never be the case.

    Unless of course, you like plagiarized, regurgitated crap

    Next time you have a price in mind for an article or another job, ask yourself if you would work for that price. If the answer is no, you should probably consider raising your budget.

    Good writing sells your products and services. Bad writing does nothing more than take up space on a page – and no, it does not help much with optimization because the latest Google update is focused on quality.

    Good writers are the ones who are going to make your site, and they don't work for peanuts.
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    • Profile picture of the author Rudy Stebih
      Funny you should ask this. Looking for a good article writing source myself, I just did a article writing outsourcing test with 3 services, iWriter, Textbroker & Pro Article Writing.

      On my fist test, I choose to do a 1000 word article. Here is what I was charged from each service:

      iWriter: $18.50
      Textbroker: $24.35
      ProArticleWriting: $11.80 (Current 25% off promotion)

      I started this test on September 15. iWriter & Textbroker completed my article in 24 hours. I'm still waiting on ProArticleWriting.

      As far as quality, I was blown away. Both iWriter & Textbroker provided top notch quality written articles. That both past CopyScape. However, I did like the sentence structure and English writing style from Textbroker better. As I have not seen the article from ProArticleWriting as of yet, I can't comment on them.

      FYI, you can choose to reject articles if your not happy with them on either of these 2 services which would put your aritcle back into the queue for another writer to pick up.

      I do plan to use both iWriter & Textbroker for my future article writing needs due to the unexpected high quality of articles I had received..
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      • Profile picture of the author @tjr
        Originally Posted by Rudy Stebih View Post

        Both iWriter & Textbroker provided top notch quality written articles. That both past CopyScape.
        Don't mean to sound challenging; but these two sentences occurring consecutively have me wondering what we're considering "quality" here.
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        • Profile picture of the author Rudy Stebih
          I was only trying to convey that they were not copied articles from the web.

          I'm the first to say that I am not the best at creating articles. So for me they were far and above the 'quality' of what I would have produced. Of course it's all subjective here!!!

          So my thinking is that for $20, the articles made perfect sense and were well written for what I wanted. They are way high enough quality for Google. And I can post them knowing they are my own original articles. Which is what I was after in the end.

          It was a good, cheap experiment for me. And I got way more out of it than I originally thought. For the ~$50 total I spent, it was worth it to see the quality I was going to get.

          It wouldn't hurt for you to try the same experiment so you can get an idea of the quality of the articles from your own frame of mind. As well as getting your head around each of the services back end. And, for me, if the articles didn't work out, no biggy. But I actually got 2 great articles I can now post to my blog with great SEO content.

          Oh, I forgot to mention that when you order the articles, you provide the keywords, and the frequency of the keywords you want to see in the article. Great for SEO!

          And you choose the quality of the writer. From a 1-star writer to a 5-star writer. 5-star being the most expensive of course. In my test, I choose a 4-star writer on all article writing services.

          After ordering these test articles, I was able to create an article spec outline for future request on how I want the articles written, the style, the difficulty level & tone of the article, paragraph style & heading frequency. All in all I am VERY happy with the experiment...

          Another thing I learned from this is you have to be very specific on what you want and what you don't want in the article. I failed to include one piece of information in the article spec, and I ended up getting 2 different points of view.

          One article was written from the point of view from the vendor. While the other article was written from the point of view from the user.

          Still a great, cheap experiment to see how article writing works in general on those platforms and 2 VERY usable articles to be posted on my blog...
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