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Re: [seo-80] SEO Writers

From: Keith H.
Sent on: Tuesday, March 10, 2009 5:27 PM
Thanks for clarifying!

Here is my most recent blog post on SEO.  Take a look at the other
posts and let me know if you like the quality of my work.


Keith Hagen

On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 5:18 PM, Barry Bowman <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hi Everyone!
> Thank you Jim for sending out the message of me needing some SEO writers.
> I'm already getting a lot of questions so I'll do my best to clarify here.
> 1) When I say SEO writer, I mean, someone who will write
> articles/transcripts­ about SEO specifically.
> 2) What you'll provide is mainly a tutorial type article on "how to..."
> I'll be converting this into a video tutorial and we'll use as an article
> within our membership site.
> 3) Average price per article/transcript = $500
> 4) Average length = 10-15 pages
> Here's the templated message we're sending to our writers who are creating
> transcripts based on outlines we'll provide:
> We'd like an article on [TOPIC]. It doesn't need to be especially long,
> probably in the neighborhood of [X] pages. Below is an outline of the topics
> we'd like to cover, along with resources to help you research those topics.
> This is a general outline -- nothing is a hard-and-fast rule. There's
> probably more resources here than you'll actually need, so don't feel you
> have to use them all, but it's good to have extra resources if you need
> them.? Use your own discretion about what needs to be covered and use this
> outline as a general guide. Keep in mind that the focus should always be on
> how people can use the strategies in the article to help their pages rank
> better and get more traffic to their sites.
> This will be a transcript for a training video, so give examples online
> where possible, but avoid linking to our competitors. Make sure you include
> URLs for those online examples so the person creating the video itself can
> reproduce them easily. Also, be sure to clearly break down any concepts
> discussed -- don't assume a high level of sophistication from readers.? For
> example, if you mention 'NoFollow' links, take an extra sentence or two to
> describe what that means, how it's good or bad, etc...
> Hopefully this clarifies a few questions some of you have.? I'm hoping to be
> at next week's Meetup so hope to see many of you there!
> Best regards,
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> Barry Bowman
> Chief Marketing Officer
> Planet Ocean Communications, Inc.
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