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Content Creation Using Outsourcing

kenny.tsotetsi
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Content Creation Using Outsourcing

Hi There,

I have been struggling to create a content for my website.I watched one of your videos and I learned that there are number of strategies to create a content - I like using PLR and paying someone to write for me.

However, I am having questions on how those strategies work and their effectiveness.

With regard to buying PLR and pay freelancer from Upwork to write the content for me. I would like to if I pay the writer to write for me - will they write a fresh content? Same for buying PLR - will it be fresh Ideas?

Thanking you in anticipation.
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maryt
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Hi Kenny,

There is nothing wrong with using PLR to write your own content as long as the final output is unique and properly written. You can use any article source you want, including PLRs; it depends on the final output.
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kenny.tsotetsi
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Many thanks for the response.Two more questions;

Any tips regarding paying a writer? What should I look at when I use an outsourced service - important things that I should do/consider to ensure that I receive best articles.

Lastly, someone introduced me to a software to use to rewrite the articles, software name is "article spinner" - if you know about it, could you please advise, how effective is the software - Pros and Cons.
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maryt
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I do not recommend using an article spinner since most of the time, the content created with an article spinner is not readable. I would rather stick to hiring a good writer.

When outsourcing, it is better to ask the writer for examples of his/her work so you have an idea how quality they are. Also, asking for their clients' feedback is a good idea- expecially if you plan to hire someone for a long time.

When posting the job description, be very specific of what you want the writer to do. Like for example, if you want an article that is also seo-proofed, then mention that in the job description.
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kenny.tsotetsi
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Wonderful. I am intending to use an outsourced service from the fivver as they seem to be relatively inexpensive. Would you perhaps suggest any site where I can post and get excellent writer?
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maryt
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Fivver is a great service site but I do not recommend Fivver for content outsourcing simply because the work may not be that good. I usually hire someone from Fivver for graphics work only.

You can check out Upwork or Iwriter for alternatives :)
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I agree with maryt. I once outsourced writing to a Fiverr user and I regret it. The content was very poorly written and rather useless. I had to hire a professional copywriter and the work was done perfectly.
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magentoocodewire2015
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There are lots of advantages of creating content using outsource but also not a bad idea of using PLR for content creations.
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danmattsonmarketing
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You could always find PLR on topics that you're interested in, and then give those articles to a writer.
Tell the writer to use them as a guide, to create unique content. It's often cheaper than asking a writer to come up with their own ideas.

Upwork and iwriter would be the best places to have this done. With Upwork, just be sure to ask for samples of previous work they've done, and explain to them that you will not accept any duplicated content
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antwerp203
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Hello! You can actually outsource your contents. After all, there are a lot of freelancers out there who are qualified for this job. Just make sure that you are working with the right guy so he can provide you the best quality of work according to your needs.:)
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