What is your outsourcing source for writting your articles?

by lirikh
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Hi, I'm currently looking for a good outsource to write unique and good content for my website. I don't mind paying a little more for better quality, but if I can get equivalent good quality for a cheaper price, I'll be glad.

I found this http://www.warriorforum.com/warriors-hire/289730-massive-discount-search-engine-optimization-articles-3-5-500-words-15-000-articles-written-successfully.html

5 Articles - $17.50 -- $3.50 per article

It sounds really good, but I was just wondering what other people might think or what other outsources there are.

Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author packerfan
    Depends on what you're trying to accomplish. Do you just want 500 words thrown together with your keyword added a few times, if so, then $3.50 an article is a good deal.

    But let's be serious. No one wants to read an article you've paid $3.50 for.

    In all but the rarest of cases you get what you pay for with content creation. Try it out and see what works for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author lirikh
      Originally Posted by packerfan View Post

      Depends on what you're trying to accomplish. Do you just want 500 words thrown together with your keyword added a few times, if so, then $3.50 an article is a good deal.

      But let's be serious. No one wants to read an article you've paid $3.50 for.

      In all but the rarest of cases you get what you pay for with content creation. Try it out and see what works for you.
      Yeah but that $3.50 article outsourcer sounds good.

      Anyways, what do you recommend?
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    • Profile picture of the author Rach72
      I'm with Packerfan on this one - do you want articles that build trust and encourage your readers to keep coming back or are you after junk robot fodder only?

      Seeing as you said that you don't mind paying for better quality I am assuming that you want the former. So start looking through these forums or on eLance to find those with good feedback and who also have samples of their writing.

      Also make sure that the person you outsource to has knowledge of, or interest in, the niche that you are promoting. There is nothing more frustrating than paying good money for an article when it is painfully obvious that they have struggled over every word!

      When dealing with a writer for the first time offer a 50% up front payment and get them to deliver 50% of the articles ordered so that you can check that their writing style matches your expectations.


      Originally Posted by packerfan View Post

      Depends on what you're trying to accomplish. Do you just want 500 words thrown together with your keyword added a few times, if so, then $3.50 an article is a good deal.

      But let's be serious. No one wants to read an article you've paid $3.50 for.

      In all but the rarest of cases you get what you pay for with content creation. Try it out and see what works for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author timpears
      Originally Posted by packerfan View Post

      But let's be serious. No one wants to read an article you've paid $3.50 for.
      Don't be too sure. The people that are reading your articles don't usually ask how much you paid for them.

      I have used w3articles before and the articles were pretty good. The last batch I got from them they were less than acceptable, but every other time they were quite decent.

      Another option you might want to check out is http://www.warriorforum.com/warriors...s-reviews.html. I ordered some from them a few days ago but haven't received them yet so can't say if they are good or not.
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  • Profile picture of the author englandrm
    I use 99centarticles. They are a bit more expensive, but the quality was fantastic.

    I think I may give the one you linked to a try on my next article run.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan2008
    I've had some good articles from fiverr before, just make sure you check the feedback of the writer before ordering.
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    • Profile picture of the author lirikh
      Originally Posted by Dan2008 View Post

      I've had some good articles from fiverr before, just make sure you check the feedback of the writer before ordering.
      I prefer choosing another outsource than Fiverr for writing articles. It's risky and you might get duplicate content (or half duplicate).
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      • Profile picture of the author That Guy
        I use Fweez. The turn around time is friggin horrible (7 - 10 days), but the quality is great for a $3/500 word article.
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  • Profile picture of the author emigre
    I use freelance sites such as odesk and the like even though you have to weed out quite a few duds before getting someone good.
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    • Profile picture of the author lirikh
      Originally Posted by strategic seo services View Post

      There are some good providers here on the WF in the Warrior for Hire section.
      Can you recommend any?

      The one I mentioned in my first post, I found it in the warrior for hire section.
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      • Profile picture of the author Anthony Phillips
        I personally would be concerned with article quality if I only paid 5.00$ for an article. If you build a website with junk barely passed copyscape articles you will surely lose your right to published for adsense in the event of a manual review.
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        • Profile picture of the author lirikh
          I'm actually not publishing for adsense revenue. I'm more into affiliate marketing, driving my traffic through organic SEO.

          Generally speaking, in life, I always prefered quality than quantity, so if I do something, I better do it good with quality. you know'

          @wmguild I'll check out your website, and next time I need an article I'll come talk to you mate. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author wmguild
    Please check out the site in my sig (my own little site) for quality articles which will reflect well on you and your business.
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  • Profile picture of the author tristatemedia
    i also odesk and elance, but very tricky.....for many english is not their native language and it shows in their writting. some in the phillipines are fantastic.
    best fo luck
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