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Using textbroker for content creation

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  1. Admin

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    I'm pretty amazed at myself for not having used textbroker before, but I setup an account there yesterday and put in motion a couple of jobs.

    Does anyone else use it and have any feedback, advice, author recommendations?

    The first tip I could have done with knowing is to create my account on textbroker.co.uk because I never realised it was a discrete system to the .com so I've had to create two accounts and I've already deposited funds in the .com version...doh!
     
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  3. RobM

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    Two words... unique content.
     
  4. Admin

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    You're going to need more than 2....unique content creation is why I am there...
     
  5. RobM

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    Lol fair enough. I meant make sure that you are getting unique content because in the past I have used a couple of article writers and then found the same articles just spun with a few words difference. Search engines see through that.
     
  6. Admin

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    Cheers Dude, I'm sure you mean well but I've been using Copyscape for 10 years....that wouldn't fly.... ;)
     
  7. Admin

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    Being honest I think I would have been pretty disappointed to have paid best part of £30 for that. Looks quite spammy to me.
     
  9. Admin

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    I've been charged 23 euros, about £18. I can't give up my time at that exchange :). Here's an example of the level you can get though, this was by a 5 star writer, its 3000 words and cost a lot more...but you can tell. That's life huh...

    http://www.amusemagazine.co.uk/iconic-london-bridges/
     
  10. Brassneck United Kingdom

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    Ok that's not so bad but you did say 3.8 cents per word. My writers (equivalent standard) used to charge me less than 2 cents per word but I was buying volume.
     
  11. Domainchest United Kingdom

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    Better off finding a decent writer. Do less posts but better quality.