Draft writing only - no online editing involved
We are looking for freelancers who have beginning to intermediate experience with Wikipedia and/or Wiki code.
We will provide you with a topic and list of links, and you will write up a rough draft in Wiki code that we will later polish. These must be kept strictly confidential. Since we have many projects, we are also potentially considering long-term collaboration.
You do not need to actually edit Wikipedia, use any Wikipedia user accounts, or publish any articles or drafts on Wikipedia. This is a highly complex, frequently stressful, and very time-consuming process that we will take care of ourselves.
You will just have to do basic research writing, and we will take care of everything else.
Our fixed rate is currently $30 for stubs and $50 for mid-length drafts, but we are also open to suggestions.
Wiki markup code (Wikitext) experience is strongly preferred, but if you feel like you can master Wikitext coding ([login to view URL]:Wikitext) fairly quickly, you are more than welcome to submit a proposal.
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Hi, I hope you are having a great day. I have successfully completed a number of projects related to yours as I have a professional experience of 7 years in this field and I believe that I can do it according to your r Daha Fazla
Hello, I assure you quality work as per your given deadline. I can provide you with a guarantee of plagiarism free work and also I can provide your work as per your requirements along with free of cost changes facility Daha Fazla
I have edited wiki articles before too. I am also very interested in research work. Would love to do it. Please feel free to message me for further details.
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