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  1. #1
    Bipasha Bhatia
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    Looking Writers for Onling Writing Assignment

    Hi All,

    I am looking for two native writers who can write about 2500 words on daily basis (other than sunday).

    The person I am looking for should have strong sense of article English grammar, punctuation and sentence construction. In addition, the candidate should be a great reseracher and must be able to write articles with perfect flow of thoughts.

    Knowledge of keyword insertion is a plus point but if you do not know proper training would be provided.

    We have zero tolerance for late submissions and plagarized material. We check all articles on copyscape before we accept any article.

    We will prefer to hire someone who has been writing professionally or those who used to write or edit for school newspapers.

    Looking forward to pay $2 per 500 words.

    The job would continue atleast for one year. We plan to increase the payout by 20% in the 13th month.

    Please send your sample articles at thoughtsonlywriters@gmail.com.



  2. #2
    L C
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    Re: Looking Writers for Onling Writing Assignment

    << We have zero tolerance for late submissions and plagarized material. We check all articles on copyscape before we accept any article >>


    At .004c/word, about all you're going to get is stuff cut and pasted from the web.

  3. #3
    Frank Baron
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    Re: Looking Writers for Onling Writing Assignment

    I'd rather clean toilets with a spoon clenched between my teeth.

    The rate of pay is beneath contempt. It saddens me greatly that there are people out there so desperate for some claim to legitimacy as a gosh-darn-for-real writer that they take scraps like this.

    Get a backbone! Flat-out refuse to work for these asswipes!

    They need us a helluva lot more than we need their pennies.

    Do the anti-Nike: Just. Don't. Do It.

  4. #4
    L C
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    Re: Looking Writers for Onling Writing Assignment

    Frank: But you get a 20% raise after a year.

  5. #5
    Debra Storky
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    Re: Looking Writers for Onling Writing Assignment

    Wow, that's like 2 dollars an hour. Sign me up, baby!

  6. #6
    Greg Kosson
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    Re: Looking Writers for Onling Writing Assignment

    I like this Frank guy more every day.

  7. #7
    Denise G
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    Re: Looking Writers for Onling Writing Assignment

    You tell em Frank

  8. #8
    Anthony Ravenscroft
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    Re: Looking Writers for Onling Writing Assignment

    For a few years, I put out a fanzine with 50% fiction, & offered all of a half-cent a word.

    Within two months, I was utterly swamped!! Most of it was at least good, & one I bought was from Anke Kriske, who'd just been published in Twilight Zone.

    But the difference is that I bought rights for a 1,000-copy limit. No reprint or reuse or anthology rights. When you write for the Internet, it's gone for good, & if the editor takes a dull machete after it people are going to forever be able to associate the butchery with your abilities.

    If you can just crank stuff out, & want to get practice at tightening your stream-of-counsciousness writing, you could do worse than throw it at the virtual wall to see what sticks, then parlay the decent stuff into better-paying assignments -- paid work is paid work, after all. (Might be an improvement over forum posts, anyway.) At least it's not bad porn. But you might want to think about working under a pseudonym.

  9. #9
    L C
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    Re: Looking Writers for Onling Writing Assignment

    << (Might be an improvement over forum posts, anyway.) >>

    Well, with foruming I can write when I want, as much as I want, and what I want. I think the OP was looking for someone to write every day on given topics. Not stream-of-consciousness.

  10. #10
    Jennifer Brown
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    Re: Looking Writers for Onling Writing Assignment

    Hmm... Bad porn, you say? There's a thought. Though I think you have to be able to crank out about 20 scripts a month.
    ...Probably can cut and paste there too.

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