Where to find the best contentwriters?

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    Ermin

    Ermin Member

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    Hi casino writing man , is there something you have done i can se and how can i try your service?
     
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    gabriel_LCP

    gabriel_LCP Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    From my experience, freelancer.com usually does the trick. I've tried Fiverr but it isn't too good based on the low amounts of cash they ask for.
     
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    casinonewbie

    casinonewbie Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    Had mixed results with freelancer, things to note about them....
    • the little country flags on the accounts of the "freelancers" mean diddly squat.
    • many of the "freelancers" are actually not the ones doing the work they are "middlemen", when you give them a job they just re-post it on freelancer or other sites and take a nice commission.
     
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    Imre

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    we sourced some great game review writers from iwriter.com
    You want to go for the $10+ tier writers and you are going to get excellent quality.
    A while back we wrote about our experience as an affiliate on our blog, you might find it useful
     
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    inspiration

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    But you do not deliver mate just never ending promises you will send it but you never do.
     
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    PROFRBcom

    PROFRBcom Rakeback affiliate and professional poker player.

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    If you participate in the communities formed around your product, on social media, or forums, keep your eyes peeled. We've found a handful of decent writers over the years just by paying attention to people who freely write content in these domains. A simple approach and asking them if they'd be interested in writing in a similar fashion, for money, worked well for us. Our current main editor was even recruited in this fashion. If you think about it, people's posts are their resumes and all you have to do be vigilant to find a knowledgeable candidate.
     
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