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How to find more affordable US writers than you can handle?


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#1 Kenneth

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Posted 18 December 2010 - 10:08 AM

I have been making money online since the end of the 90's, during all that time I had problems finding good US writers, if I finally found one then the rates was in the $20-30 per article (500 words), which is too much.

Following the below method will help you find all the US writers you need, ever.

I go go Craiglist and post a job under "Jobs Writing" section and type something like this:

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I'm looking for a few writers to work part time from home.
You will be required to write articles of around 500 words, different subjects.
(*list your specific requirements here, if any*)

I will pay you $5-10 per article (depends on quality) directly to your PayPal account.
The payment for the first article will be $5, we will discuss pricing for additional articles based on the first delivery.

I normally receive 30-50 applications within a week after the posting on Craiglist.

You will find retired people bored at home and could use some extra cash.
Professional writers that currently write for magazines.
College kids will apply too, and they do some great work and have a lot of insight in technology. I always choose College kids when I need writers for the technology niche.

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Posted 18 December 2010 - 07:29 PM

That's a great tip. The writers that you find elsewhere seem to be lacking in the native English department.

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Posted 18 December 2010 - 07:43 PM

View PostMatt, on 18 December 2010 - 07:29 PM, said:

That's a great tip. The writers that you find elsewhere seem to be lacking in the native English department.

Yep, it can be quite hard to find the good ones :)




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