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Freelance copywriters needed immediately

Discussion in 'Copywriting Forum' started by krich68, May 29, 2007.

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  1. krich68

    krich68 New Member

    We are assembling a large team of freelance copywriters for a massive domain ad network.

    You'll be creating 500-750 articles on a variety of subjects that include technology, education, commerce, healthcare, etc. The fee for your work will be $40 per aticle, and they'll be assigned in sets of 5 to 10.

    This is the perfect opportunity for newbie writers looking for experience and a major firm to add to your resume.

    Contact send an e-mail to Kelly @ kcr.copywriting@gmail.com. Include your resume and at least one writing sample for consideration.
  2. Jim

    Jim New Member

    New freelance writer

    I am available now and willing to start work on your project.
    Contact me as a new start to freelance writing.

    Best regards

  3. YorkshireGirl

    YorkshireGirl New Member

    Would love to join your team

    Hi Kelly,

    I saw you proposal for joining your team on Freelance UK forums and would love to be considered for working with you, I have had experience in all aspects of copywriting for over 10 years and have included samples of my work for consideration. I am 100% dedicated to writing and ensuring clients are satisfied and while I don't have a huge resume to back me up, I can promise you wouldn't be disappointed if you took a chance of me. Please follow the banner link for my website which will tell you a little about Yorkshiregirl Copywriting.

    Thank you for the opportunity

    Allison Blackburn

    There are thousands of copywriters out there...but a good one is hard to find
  4. mediabird

    mediabird New Member


    Hi there

    I have just joined this site and wondered if you were still looking for copywriters? Do let me know as I have 20 years of experience as a journalist and I am sure I could be useful to you!

    Many thanks

    Sarah Edwards
  5. Pilgrimtom

    Pilgrimtom New Member


    Is this still a viable project? I'm available, with a 25-year background in Freelance and Journalism in the States and Britain. I'm a stickler for deadlines and detail, and approach each project with energy and enthusiasm. Let's talk!

  6. scfc16

    scfc16 New Member

    I Will Start Now !!!!

    I am a newbie!! But that does not mean that I lack understanding of what people are looking for use me and you wont get dissapointed :eek:
  7. Hergé

    Hergé New Member

    "There are thousands of copywriters out there...but a good one is hard to find"

    True. Just look at the misspellings and bad writing on this thread. Why would anyone pass paid work (even if it's only $40 a throw) to this lot?
  8. Miss Bee

    Miss Bee New Member

    "$40 per article" - by today's exchange rate, that works out at £20.24 per article.

    How long should the articles be? Is all background information provided? Is research required, for more details, links, etc? What are the timescales?

    Surely it's better to ask some questions to find out exactly what's required before offering to do something?

    Unfortunately, $40 per article is not a great deal at the moment if you're based in the UK. If you can write a quality article in under two hours on a subject like technology without any background information, you're a specialist. In which case, £10 per hour is not a great rate.

    Of course, I'm jumping to conclusions on what's required, but happy to be corrected otherwise!
  9. GTFC

    GTFC New Member

    Agree with you totally on this one - was just thinking the same thing whilst reading the thread. I'm a technology specialist and I charge around £350 for a 750 to 1,000-word article, which my clients are happy to pay. This job offer may be good to help people get off the ground but to me it smacks of all those other 'bidding' sites that expect thousands of words for $5 or less!
  10. super_slick

    super_slick New Member

    Most of the cheap article writing posts (which are all over the internet) are essentially spam in my opinion. The majority of the clients are simply trying to outsource the work to create their 'blog empires'. Why else would you want 500 unique pages on teeth whitening etc? These people can leverage the work to literally get 1000's of pages onto the web each week.
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