Hello my fellow freelancers.
I'm looking for several rewriters that have good grammatical skills, and can write well in English in a fluent and natural way.
-I will supply you with the articles, which should be rewritten concisely and to the point(no fluff), contain good content, and not be plagiarized(should pass Copyscape).
-You must be able to communicate at least once a day with me to ensure quality business for both of us.
-I'm looking for a good work relationship with my employees that will hopefully result in good, quality long term work.
-If you provide good quality articles, raises in salary will occur.
-You will be paid promptly (within 24 hours) of the completion of each batch of articles I assign to you.
-Rate is strict $1.50, possible negotiation.
-Again, the payment is $[url removed, login to view] word article. Please take note of this.
-Send me a sample of your work, and if it's good quality, I will have you rewrite an article for me to ensure that you're a good rewriter. Upon completion of this article, I will even pay you for the first one, and we can get started as soon as possible.
Please rewrite the following paragraph and send it to me, I WILL NOT CONSIDER ANYONE WITHOUT A REWRITE.
Those sultry, smooth curves. That crisp, fresh river of juice. The slightly sweet and always tangy taste. Their alluring scent and provocative appearance. Cranberries may be a traditional part of Thanksgiving meals, but their appeal goes far beyond just turkey.
Cranberries have long been admired by Native Americans for their health and preservation benefits. The tart treats have also long been admired by wild bears for their pure taste. But most of all, cranberries have long been adored by the nutrition-concerned for their ability to add some actual flavor to otherwise bland health-food selections.
Whether used as a dye, medicine, or for preventing scurvy, cranberries have long been an important product for North American cultures. Because of their rich color, the berries are perfect for dying assorted fabrics. Because they are chalked full of anti-oxidants, they're also a wonderful preventative medicine. Because of their rich abundance of vitamin C, they were cherished by American sailors as a way to avoid scurvy.
These tangy treats are just one of three native American berries that are produced in commercial quantities on the Continent. The other two treats, blueberries and concord grapes have their own fantastic benefits, but still fall short of the amazing cranberry.
You agree that upon sending me the rewrites all rights to the rewritten articles
transfer to me. This means you will not sell, reproduce or re-use these articles in any
By bidding, you are agreeing to these terms.
Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you.