I am looking initially for 20 short articles, 150 - 200 words per article. I will provide 20 phrases related to Google Maps, Like 'Map Maker', 'Map Builder' etc. The purpose is to add content to my new blog which I am using to promote my new website.
Each phrase should have an article written related to the phrase. So in the case of 'Map Builder' you would write a 150-200 piece that uses the phrase at least 3 times.
The winning bidder will be required to provide one completed article to highlight they can complete the other 19 correctly. For this a small milestone payment can be paid.
All work must be 100% original and pass Copyscape. We will own all copyrights to all work upon payment. Articles are not to be reused in any way for any reason (including resell, reuse, re-write or give away). Scraped content will not be accepted.
Please submit a sample of your written work. You MUST be fluent in english and understand english grammer.
Most Important please include the words *mapman* with your bid to show that you have completely read through the description for this project. Anyone that doesn't wont have there bid considered.
There is work available immediately after the winning big is selected
Looking for around $[url removed, login to view] per article unless you convince me otherwise. A small milestone payment would be paid on completion o
I'm a fulltime freelance copywriter. I have a Bachelor's in Advertising from UNLV. You can see some of my work and credentials at www.copywriterdavidh.com. Hope to hear from you, - David
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mapman Hello, Can assure you of quality, error free and copyscape premium passed articles in time. Please check PM for sample and further details. Kind Reagrds
Hi, I am a columnist for a leading newspaper and also do corporate writing for Unilever. I have done SEO and website content too. Pls see PMB for more.
Mapman Hello, I'm a Pro English writer able to provide you with exceptional, fun to read articles for your business. For more info please refer to PMB, thanks.