I would like to have a total of 22 articles written in excellent English and in a "spin-ready" format. The topic of the articles will be on "treadmills" and "iron beds".
For each article I will supply a keyword phrase on which you will base your research and writing for the article. These are in the attached Excel spreadsheets. For each keyword, I provide a link to a page that you can use as a useful reference.
Each spun version of an article should have a minimum of 400 words after spinning.
Please bid only if you have previous experience in writing spin-ready articles. Principals only, no middlemen - by bidding, you implicitly certify that all work will be done personally by you.
The syntax for spinning is explained in the attached PDF, specifically in pages 4-8 of this document. Please bid only after you have read the syntax rules and are confident that you fully understand the requirements.
I will also attach a sample spin-ready article so you will have an idea on the level of spinning and writing quality that is expected.
Resulting articles must pass Copyscape checking without any hits.
How Much Spinning Is Required?
For each article, I would like each sentence to be written in 3 different versions. Just to reiterate, I would like the spinning to be at the sentence level. Each sentence should be written in 3 different ways, as different from each other as possible in terms of wording and phrasing but still basically meaning the same thing.
The above spinning requirement also applies to the Article Title as well as to the SubHeadings within the article.
Notes on Formatting and File Names
The title should include the supplied keyword phrase for the article. Each word within the title should start with an upper-case letter and the rest of the letters in lower-case - e.g. "[Bodycraft X2 Home Gym]".
Similarly for sub-headings within the article, each word should also start with upper-case. Each sub-heading should be on a separate line, with a blank line before and another blank line after. Each article should have 2-3 subheadings.
The file name for each finished article should be derived from the keyword for that article. For example, the article for "wesley allen coventry bed" should be in the file "[url removed, login to view]".
Articles need to be rewritten in very good grammatical and fluent US English (not British English; e.g. "behavior", not "behaviour"; "favor", not "favour"; "while", not "whilst", "spoiled", not "spoilt", etc.).
Please avoid complicated sentence structure and overly long sentences. Write naturally, while mentioning the keyword phrase only a FEW times within the body of the article.
Please avoid writing "fluff" for the sake of increasing the word count. I don't expect expert-level articles, but I would like them to have useful information that an ordinary person will be able to learn a few points from.
Paragraphs should be relatively short, about 4-5 lines each. Each paragraph should be "tight" - i.e. it should be talking mainly about one specific point. Do not string sentences together that are talking about totally different aspects of the topic.
I have no specific keyword density targets. My only requirements are (a) the keyword must be included in the title (b) The keyword must be mentioned in the first paragraph and (c) the keyword must be mentioned in the last paragraph.
If anything, I would like to err on the side of caution - i.e. I'd rather have too few mentions of the keywords within the body than too many (which may be interpreted as keyword stuffing).
The articles must be completed by 1 June 2010.
Please send the first spin-ready article to me as soon as you have completed it to help ensure we are both in sync on the requirements.
Do not start on the rest of the articles until I have confirmed that the first article is OK.
Payment will be via escrow account.
Please provide samples of your work.