Writing/Posting Short Articles About Celebrities
This bid is mostly for editors looking for a long term relationship on an Internet business. Most dedicated team members will get more better positions on the project. The amount of money will increase over time.
You have to write 50 articles 130-150 words each. At least 1-2 articles/day. Not very complicated, just the amount of information you find accessible for the average user.
The articles must be well written, with no shortcuts, no italics and also we do not want bold for other words than the ones in the first sentence of the article, which is in bold. You can use Firefox with Google Toolbar for spellcheck.
No copy/paste. The articles must be original.
You absolutely have to know what keyword density is and apply a keyword density of about 2-5%.
We will request a test article so we can see who's suited for this job and who isn't.
You will have to send a report on your work at least every three days so we will avoid to receive off site communication alerts. If you fail in sending them you're not qualified for this job. In the report you will specify the number of articles you have made since the last report, the total sum of all articles you completed for the bid and links to the last articles written. Example:
Total articles: 25 of 50
During our collaboration we will help you solve every problem you have with the web platform, finding news, pictures so you can make the best articles. You will receive an email address on which you can address questions that will be answered by one of our Senior Editors and also have a "Post Guide" so you will know exactly what we want.
At first we will suggest you what should you write about, in this way you will understand what kind of articles we need. After some time you will search the news by yourself. The articles must be about celebrities, stars and not about unknown people, especially models who will do anything to be famous.
If one of the articles you have written is absolutely not usable we will send you a detailed report on this issue, with explanations on what's wrong.
There is also a Post Guide attachment (which I've mentioned before) that must be taking into account.