best site to buy articles?

by PBMax
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Where's the best place to buy articles that's both great quality AND price-friendly?
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  • Profile picture of the author edusegzy1
    i have heard great things about iwriter. You can also use fiverr. But ultimately great content will require either a considerable or money.
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    • Profile picture of the author scottmacair
      Originally Posted by edusegzy1 View Post

      i have heard great things about iwriter. You can also use fiverr. But ultimately great content will require either a considerable or money.
      A few articles I've bought from iwriter are simply copied and spun a little. Sometimes the owner of the original content would contact me and complain.
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  • Profile picture of the author PBMax
    Fiverr is full of landmines. iWriter is okay, I've used them in the past. Was seeing if there was something else.
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  • Profile picture of the author AskAnAffiliate
    Hi,

    Are you taking about pre-ready articles or not?

    If you need articles written, Fiverr is a good website however don't rely on high quality content. The content from these websites are perfect for link building.
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    • Profile picture of the author PBMax
      Originally Posted by AskAnAffiliate View Post

      Hi,

      Are you taking about pre-ready articles or not?

      If you need articles written, Fiverr is a good website however don't rely on high quality content. The content from these websites are perfect for link building.
      Well, honestly didn't consider pre-written, but I think I'd still like freshly written with an idea for the article that I would provide.

      Articles don't have to be prize-winners, but I want them to sound legit AND BE informative.

      They have to be worth reading.
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  • Profile picture of the author AskAnAffiliate
    Hi,

    If that's the case, I'd go with Fiverr because you'd get the quality your looking for which is perfect to spread onto link building websites. Here's a little strategy I use...

    I get my articles written on Fiverr and when I received them I go through them tweaking them. It takes 10-15 minutes but I put the finishing touches on them (If I need too). This way I can tweak them for where they belong like my website, link building, social bookmarking.
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    • Profile picture of the author PBMax
      Originally Posted by AskAnAffiliate View Post

      Hi,

      If that's the case, I'd go with Fiverr because you'd get the quality your looking for which is perfect to spread onto link building websites. Here's a little strategy I use...

      I get my articles written on Fiverr and when I received them I go through them tweaking them. It takes 10-15 minutes but I put the finishing touches on them (If I need too). This way I can tweak them for where they belong like my website, link building, social bookmarking.
      Do you recommend a particular Fiverr gig?
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  • Profile picture of the author KayeMariz
    Originally Posted by PBMax View Post

    Where's the best place to buy articles that's both great quality AND price-friendly?
    Hello there!

    I am quite new to this forum but I am in the article writing business for years now. If you want to buy articles with great quality and are price friendly, feel free to send me a message I will be very glad to hear from you. I can also send you some of the samples that I have submitted in the web if you want.
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  • Profile picture of the author davidpham
    I am wondering how it can work if an article sell to more than one people. It will be duplicated anyway.
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  • Profile picture of the author GarrettMickley
    I use iWriter, personally. They have never let me down and I've been using them for 3 or more years.

    What I did was I just bought articles here and there and wrote down the usernames of writers that were particularly good, and then offer them the jobs. Don't forget to give them high ratings and tips!
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    Check out the Warriors for Hire section in this forum where many of us hang out.
    I would like to know what YOUR definition of "price-friendly" is if you care to share, in here or in pm?
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  • Profile picture of the author stealthtargeting
    You can buy unique articles from here
    https://www.constant-content.com/
    They are providing good service.
    But I think hiring a professional article writer is a better option than buying articles from websites. You can post a job on freelancing sites or you may hire a warrior.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Two options I use are TextBroker and Odesk.
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  • Profile picture of the author JackHartsell
    Might not be desirable if you're willing to buy articles, but you could always fire up Dragon Naturally Speaking and bang out a few hundred words every once in a while when you get a chance pretty easily. You'd be surprised how quickly that adds up.

    Just my two cents. Otherwise, I use iwriter and just expect that I'll have to do some manual touchups myself.
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    • Profile picture of the author PBMax
      Originally Posted by JackHartsell View Post

      Might not be desirable if you're willing to buy articles, but you could always fire up Dragon Naturally Speaking and bang out a few hundred words every once in a while when you get a chance pretty easily. You'd be surprised how quickly that adds up.

      Just my two cents. Otherwise, I use iwriter and just expect that I'll have to do some manual touchups myself.
      Interesting idea with Dragon. I used iwriter in the past and gave them a shot today, but even after the rewrite requests, the articles still left a lot to be desired.

      I need medical articles and I'm no doctor, hence the need for a source. Don't think Dragon can help me there.
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    What sort of medical articles? Professional ones for a doctor or general medical articles about health issues? If it's the latter, I could perhaps help you.
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    • Profile picture of the author PBMax
      Originally Posted by laurencewins View Post

      What sort of medical articles? Professional ones for a doctor or general medical articles about health issues? If it's the latter, I could perhaps help you.
      For my blogs, nothing too fancy, but needs to sound medically legit and informative while having a friendly, personal tone - I, me, we...

      Not competing with WebMD or anything.
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      • Profile picture of the author KayeMariz
        Originally Posted by PBMax View Post

        For my blogs, nothing too fancy, but needs to sound medically legit and informative while having a friendly, personal tone - I, me, we...

        Not competing with WebMD or anything.
        This sounds great! I'm in the medical field and I think maybe I can help you
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    I will send you a pm. Maybe we can do business.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jason Jacoby
      Have you thought about hiring a part-time VA (virtual assistant)? They're not as expensive as you might think if you know where to look, and the benefit is that once you find someone good, it will be easier to work with over and over because they'll know your expectations.
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  • Profile picture of the author IMLab
    Originally Posted by PBMax View Post

    Where's the best place to buy articles that's both great quality AND price-friendly?
    There are many options like freelancing websites, Fiverr or iWriter. The best way though is to build connections with talented freelancers and decide with them on a proper deal. Your content is the most important part of your website. You can't really go cheap in that.
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  • Profile picture of the author Magnatolia
    I agree with the concept of hiring article writers through fiverr then rewriting. The problem for me when it comes to writing articles is getting started. When I'm given content that's written, I can easily tweak it to suit my own style. Takes me much less time than writing the whole thing from scratch.

    But, don't use Fiverr if you just want to have an article written and have it in a state you would be comfortable putting it against your business name. Mind you, I wouldn't do that for any service provider but that's just me.
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