I am looking for eight professionally written articles, about the Scrap Metal Business. Preferably written from someone who has experience in the Scrap Metal Industry, however that is not a requirement. They need to written from a non-technical standpoint (no scientific terms). Furthermore, they need to written using the jargon of a scrapper, or someone who would use a scrapper's services using common language.
These articles should be broken down in this manner: Approximately 700-900 words in length. The Keyword/Long Tail Key Phrase must be: a.) In the title. b.) In the first sentence or at the least first paragraph if it's short. c.) Throughout the body, without being redundant. d.) In the last sentence. I expect to pay somewhere around $9-$12 per article since I've done the keyword research. I would like to see a sample of work pertaining to this niche market prior to my hiring of any proposed writer.
Here are the Keywords/Phrases I'm going for:
1.) How Much Is My Car Worth (Long Tail Key Phrase)
To be written from a standpoint or bringing a car to a scrap yard. Things to taken into consideration are: Catalytic Converter, Aluminum Rims, the "Curb Weight" of the car itself, and the current rate that scrap cars is bringing. Curb Weight vs. Gross Weight.
2.) Car Value / or Car Value Calculator (Keyword/ Key Phrase)
Written similarly to the above article, but must be a fresh new approach, and brand new unique content, because the posting may be close together.
3.) We Buy Any Car (Long Tail Key Phrase)
Things to know about this: Any car under ten years of age MUST be accompanied with a title by law. I buy cars to bring to them to the scrap yard, not to bring home and repair them to sell them. The difference between how salvage yard/used car part place treats cars and how a scrapper treats cars.
4.) Scrap Metal Prices (Keyword Phrase)
What is going on the current (be sure to date the article) and point out that current market trends do not necessarily equal future performances. What makes scrap prices fluctuate. (Non technical) Supply and Demand. Overseas shipping of some scrap metal. The difference in pricing between ferrous and non-ferrous metals, and why.
5.) Scrap Metal Recycling (Keyword Phrase)
What happens to metal as concerning the actual scrapping process? The differences between ferrous and non-ferrous metals. How the metal is sorted in the shredder. How the whole scrap metal process works. How scrapping is good for the environment (not too strong, I'm no tree hugger!). Why scrapping is good especially in a down economy.
6.) Copper Prices (Keyword Phrase)
Why the copper market is SO crazy currently. What are "experts" saying about the future price of copper scrap prices in the future? The origin of copper. Why copper is one of the highest priced "scrap metals." Some really common things made from copper. Where to find copper scrap metal. Different grades of scrap: #1 copper, #2 copper and bare bright wire and what makes them these grades. The brand new laws in place which relate to "ACR" (Aluminum Copper Radiators) from air conditioners, and why scrappers are being rejected from bringing them to the scrap yards.
7.) Scrap Aluminum Prices (Keyword Phrase)
The current market condition. The origin of aluminum. Some common things made of aluminum. Where to find aluminum scrap metal. Different grades of aluminum scrap (non technical) Irony aluminum and what is it. What "taints" a load of aluminum?
8.) Catalytic Converter Prices (Keyword Phrase)
Why are converters worth so much money, because of the materials their made from. What are the metals which make then so valuable? The recent crime wave of people cutting them off of cars illegally. The new laws in place rejecting just "anyone' bringing them into a scrap yard. What it takes to be able to bring them into a scrap yard. What is a "beaded" converter? Why are “aftermarket” converters worth so much less?