4 Simple Steps To Create Article Writing Projects For Coaches

By: Gen Wright

Article marketing is one amazing tool that coaches like you can use in driving so much traffic to your website or blog. However, you must know that this will surely take so much time and energy especially if you don't have the needed skills yet. This may eat the time that you need to spend in designing and conducting your coaching programs. But there's no need to worry. If you think that you cannot possibly squeeze this in on your plate, you always have that option to outsource your article writing task. This simply means commissioning other people to write your articles. Once you paid them for the job, you'll get the copyrights and you can publish your articles under your name.

The process of finding ghostwriters is relatively easy especially now that there are hundreds of reputable freelancing sites where you can quickly get in touch with numerous talented writers from all points of the globe. You just need to start the process by creating article writing projects that these people can bid on. Don't have a single idea on how to create a project that will attract more bidders? Then, these are the simply steps that you need to take:

First step is to write the title of your project. It's important that you make it as descriptive as possible so your project will not be ignored. I suggest that you tell potential bidders the number of articles that you need and your chosen topic using as few words as possible. Here's an example; 50x350 word travel articles. This is way better compare to just saying "I need some articles written".
Give potential bidders all the information that they need to know.

These include the amount of required research, the writing techniques to be used, the SEO techniques that must be applied, the deadline, and your budget. In order to attract as many bidders as possible (including those that have proven track record), I suggest that you offer at least $6/article. Also, give these people ample time. You don't want to give them 2-day deadline for 50 articles for example as this will surely result to low quality output.
Ask for samples. It's not enough that a certain bidder have so many great feedbacks. In order to ensure that you'll get exactly what you're looking for, I suggest that you ask them to submit a short sample article on topics of your choice. It is through this that you can figure out how much they know your chosen niche and you'll determine if their writing style fits your needs and demands.

Discuss important issues. Although most bidders already know the basics, it will still help if you talk about your rules about content duplication, copyright transfer, and revision requests. Believe me, this will save you from a lot of terrible headaches in the future.

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