Re-write 100 PLR articles in 20 days. Articles are 450 to 650 words. No keyword requirements. No additional research required. IMPORTANT: This is straightforward re-writing job -- coder does not need to go online to find information or even add new information. Each paragraph must be re-written in a way that the gist or idea in each paragraph is retained. The re-written version of each article must be between 50% and 70% different from the original. I'll be able to exactly determine how much duplicate content still remains (and will be able to show it too) so I need a coder who'll re-write articles in his/her own words while retaining the meanings of the originals. DO NOT bid if your idea of re-writing is: - changing only a word or two (e.g., substituting synonyms) and leaving the sentences still intact and recognizable from the original text; - simply transposing whole sentences within a paragraph (e.g., putting the last sentence somewhere in the middle of the paragraph). 20 re-written articles must be delivered every 4 days. This is a REQUIREMENT. (See the Deliverables section for the 8 things expected from the coder.) To ensure that the above requirement is met, 20 articles will be uploaded by buyer (me) every 4 days. The next set of 20 articles won't be uploaded until previous 20 re-written articles are uploaded by coder on the 4th day. If coder misses an upload day, project will be entered into arbitration for reduction of scope of work. Coder will be paid for however many articles he/she has uploaded on time and re-written according to spec. Bid for re-writing all 100 articles, and include that you understand the project requirements, especially the requirement to deliver 20 articles every 4 days. Shortlisted coders will be given two short paragraphs to re-write so I can see their writing style and ability to follow directions. ****PROJECT DESCRIPTION CONTINUES BELOW IN THE DELIVERABLES SECTION****
Chosen coder agrees to upload the first re-written article for checking. This is to ensure the project is being done correctly according to spec and the re-written version is of good quality. ******* If you have no clue about what PLR stands for or what it means, please don't bid, give a lecture about what plagiarism is or tell me how I should do my projects. There is a reason why the articles have to be re-written the way I specify them to be re-written. I own the PLR articles and have full rights to do what I want with them. ******* 1. Re-written articles must have roughly the same number of words as the original. If the original article has a word count of 450, try to have the re-written version between 425 and 475 words (+/-25 words). 2. New titles (and subheads, if original articles use subheads) must be provided. 3. Re-written articles must be grammatically correct and re-written in standard American English. 4. Re-written versions must retain the meaning of the original articles. No further research or adding new information needed. 5. Re-written versions must be 50% to 70% different from the originals. 6. The re-written version of each article must have the same number of paragraphs as the original. If the original has 6 paragraphs, the re-written version must have 6 paragraphs also. 7. Upload the first re-written article for checking. This is to ensure the project is being done correctly according to spec and the re-written version is of good quality. 8. Upload 20 re-written articles every 4 days (20 articles on day 4, 20 articles on day 8, 20 articles on day 12, 20 articles on day 16 and the last batch of 20 articles on day 20, the deadline).
100 .doc, .txt or .rtf files along with the originals for comparison. Re-written version must be placed AFTER or BELOW the original version in the same file. (Do not rename the files.)