I have a recently launched a forum in my website aimed at visitors to Ireland. I need you to populate this forum with relevant, up-to-date posts. It is absolutely essential that the forum posts are relevant to the theme of Ireland as a tourist destination, are in good written English, and do not look like spam.
I require 1000 posts. I will pay $0.15 per post.
Your objective is to make the forum look as if it has grown organically with interesting posts from various registered users, thus making it more enticing to new visitors.
There are 3 sections in the forum. Please distribute your posts evenly amongst the forums. Please keep the posts relevant to each section, so research will be required to ensure the content is relevant. Each post should be a minimum of 20 words long.
You will also need to create registered users so that posts can be made and answered by what appear to be different users. You will need to create at least 200-300 users, so each user will end up making 4-5 posts each. When creating the registered users, please use unique (preferably Irish or American sounding) names.
Please state any relevant experience you have with this type of work, as well as how you intend to complete the project successfully, and in what time frame.
Important Note 1: As I want the forum to look as if it has grown organically, the minimum time frame should be 6 weeks. I will pay two escrow payments, one at the halfway stage and another on completion.
Important Note 2: While it's okay to use other website for research, do not simply copy forum posts from another website(s). If you do this, Google will penalise my site for plagiarism. I will check your posts for originality by entering them into Google. If I find your posts are taken from other website(s), I reserve the right not to pay you.
Important Note 3: I had already given this project to a provider who, it turned out, didn't have fluent English and didn't bother to research the topic, so the posts looked fake. If you do not have excellent English and great research skills, please do not bid.