You are THE expert in your field, but you are not an expert writer.
You need to find someone who knows as much as you do, someone who is as crazy about your subject as you are.
You need to find someone as good as you, but he must be a superb copy writer too.
And he must be willing to work with you.
And he must not charge you more than $25 per thousand words.
Finding an Impossibly Good Web Writer
You have five problems:
- Finding someone who knows as much as you do
- IF you find your expert he must also be able to write website copy like a champion
- He must be willing to work with you
- He must be willing to put his body and soul into writing for you for $25 per thousand words
- He must produce a 3,000 word masterpiece every single day
Even if you find your super-writer your business will then be totally dependent on one freelancer. Not a good idea.
Let’s look at those problems one by one. Continue reading “Why Are GOOD Web Writers Hard to Find?”
A little piece of me goes into everything I do. I don’t sell fingers and toes for $20 each, so I am not selling parts of my soul for $20 each either!
I used to . . . I have written or sub-contracted thousands of $20 articles, but no more.
How Much Do I Charge Today?
Before I give a quote I want to talk to you. I don’t partner with random people I meet in the street, so the same logic applies online. I have to like you before I will work with you:
Teamwork – I work with people: I will never work for someone ever again
Subject – It has to be a subject that I find interesting
Link-Building – I never work for SEO companies that are just building links
Problem-Solving – I provide solutions to your problems
Trust – Everything you ask me to do will be done by me or by a trusted partner. I will never subcontract to cheap, off-shore freelancers. Continue reading “Would You Sell Your Soul for $20? Me Neither”
Are you confused regarding keyword density for search engines? Are you fed up with all the conflicting advice that everyone gives you?
Believe None of It
Keyword density is dead.
Writing for search engines is dead.
Search engines make their money by giving people who search something useful. Searchers are sick and tired of reading drivel that is stuffed with keywords. They want anything they find online to read well. Search engines like Google want to keep customers happy, so they have developed systems that check for the “naturalness” of every article and page online. Continue reading “Keyword Density – The Low Down”