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Unread 10th Sep 2013, 04:25 PM   #1
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Don't Settle for Mr. Write-Now -- Mr. Write Is Back!
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What do you look for when you look for a writer?

  • Someone who speaks English? And has for his entire life?
  • Maybe someone with a Bachelor's Degree in Writing?
  • How about someone who has a record of working consistently and stably with clients for years at a time?
  • An article writer whose work can be found on literally hundreds of small business blogs?
  • Maybe you want a Warrior who has been serving other Warriors for years and knows what you need most?
  • A ghostwriter who has written for national tennis champions as well as everyday niche-oriented marketers?
  • Oh, and what about SEO? How about a writer who is in the top 1% of all tested SEO experts on oDesk? Would that help?



If you could find a writer who is all of that and more, what would you be willing to pay per word?




Hi, I'm Michael Danielson a.k.a. Mr. Write -- or just Essence. I've been writing articles for the Warrior Forum since 2008. During that time, I've worked with dozens of clients, many of them one-off jobs, some of them long-term. If you want a referral about the quality of my work, you can ask some of the locals:

(To those of you who don't know, those little tiny arrow boxes in the Quote line will link you straight to the actual post that these comments were given in. That means you can trust these testimonials because they're all obtained honestly.)


Originally Posted by Ken Leatherman View Post

Hey Warriors,
Michael has just completed a huge article project for me. It was completed by the deadline and every article is reader and search engine friendly.

I did need to get a couple of corrections made on several of the articles, however that was because I didn't make myself clear in my instructions when I ordered. Michael worked with me and quickly made the corrections I needed.

He stayed in contact with me through out the project. Bottom line he writes very good and meets his deadlines. So yes I recommend him.

Michael be sure and keep room for me on your schedule.

Ken Leatherman

The Old Geezer
Originally Posted by mrozlat View Post

thankyou... ordered and received article quick fast... top quality... happy to recommend to others!
Originally Posted by Audrey Harvey View Post

I tried Essence's service and have seen my site move up into the 6th position on page 1 of Google, after the article was submitted to EZA. That's the only promotion my site has had. No complaints here at all!
Originally Posted by Sam101 View Post

Hi Warriors,
I have received the articles, along with KW research and submission and I must say that the quality of the articles is very good, one that you would expect from a good professional writer. He also promised delivery within a specified time line which was met. I would use his service again if needed.
Originally Posted by islander1 View Post

I just want to comment on the work so far. I hired this writer 3 weeks ago and so far he's written 30 articles for me(10 per week). These articles have been delivered to me ahead of schedule (in fact, the latest 10 arrived 4 or 5 days early)!

The quality of his work is outstanding. I've tried outsourcing articles in the past and, frankly I'm very leery of doing it, cause I'm always disappointed with the quality. I usually have to re-write most (if not all) of the article-defeating the whole purpose of outsourcing.

These articles are well-researched and well-written. There has been hardly a grammatical error in the 30 so far.
Originally Posted by rubyred View Post

A Note Of Thanks,
Delivered right on time when promised. Great article.
I am pleased to recommend your service to other warriors.

Thanks,
rubyred
Originally Posted by Jay_Mueller View Post

Very well written articles. Got approved by Ezine with no problems. Will definitely recommend to others.
Originally Posted by JaredDetroit (via Email)

I really couldn't be much happier with the blog posts. I'm used to taking posts, reviewing them, rewriting some sections, then being able to post them. The articles you write are a strict copy-paste for me now, which saves countless hours and hassle. Thanks for all the work.
Originally Posted by Paul Lindquist (via Email)

You're the best.
Originally Posted by Cool Hand Luke (via PM)

Happy to vouch for you Michael. I just checked with my business partner Pete and he said you were the one who wrote our last books. Let me tell you, your writing is legitimately excellent and waaaay above par for the forum. Good luck with the new thread, I'm sure you'll do great.


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Furthermore, if you want a more personal touch, I've reached out to some of my regular clients and they've offered to field PMs about my work -- so if you want to know about what I've done to make these folks happy, you can PM:
  • Cool Hand Luke, for whom I have written several ebooks;
  • Jared Pomranky, whose blog at netprofitmarketing.com is all my work (for at least the past year) and for whom I have also written several pages of web content;
  • Paul Lindquist, for whom I've written everything from telecommunications white papers to blog posts to short stories intended to be published on the Kindle Market.

They'll be happy to give you the low-down on my work.

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So what's my deal? Simple. I'll write anything except press releases and sales letters for $.03/word. Blog posts, white papers, ebooks, product reviews, website content, short reports -- anything. I also write direct-mail pieces. I write weekly newsletters for Oliver Goehler (widely known as one of the most successful infopreneurs in the UK), and monthly newsletters for his brother Ian, who runs New Approach Publishing and the UK Fight Lab.

If you have a reason to put words on paper -- except press releases and sales letters, which I avoid simply because no one has asked me to do them, so I have no experience -- I have done it and can do it again.

I don't do "sample articles" or give discounts for big jobs. You want my work, you pay for it, just like everyone else. I also don't do emergency articles -- my schedule is open enough that I'm looking for a couple more hopefully long-term clients, but it's not so free that I can drop whatever I'm doing today and work on your stuff right now.


Getting the ball rolling is simple: email me (mail4.essence@gmail.com), or PM me (though I prefer email). Tell me what you want, how many words, when you need it by, and perhaps most importantly, who the target audience is. I'll tell you when I can get it done, and if 'when I can get it done' matches up with 'when you need it by', I'll get it done by then -- and once I email it to you (or put it in a shared folder in DropBox if that's your cup of tea), I'll send you an invoice through PayPal. It's simple as can be!


All I need is a few good marketers that can turn my writing into profit -- will one of them be you?


P.S.: Why am I doing this now if I have so many regular clients? Simple: my 5-year-old started kindergarten and I have more hours to spend while he's gone than I did before.

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How much do you charge per 500 - 600 words?

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Originally Posted by Essence View Post

So what's my deal? Simple. I'll write anything except press releases and sales letters for $.04/word.

At $.04/word, 500 words is $20, and 600 is $24.

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