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Need Content Writers to write articles for a KPO Blog

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Brief: We are an accounts outsourcing company providing services to
UK based accounting practices. We provide all back office support services to
UK accountants. Check our website for more details.

www.sapphireinfo.net.

We are looking to hire content writers to produce a minimum
of one to two blog articles on a monthly basis. The articles need to be based
on currently trending issues in the UK accounting industry and general concepts of
outsourcing. You need to follow on our competitors and Web-based accounting
publishers to get ideas on the matter and write about it. I shall be closely
working with you to guide and approve of the content initially but you need to
work independently later. Please also visit our blog pages for some writing
done by me to get an idea of the subject. https://sapphireinfonet.wordpress.com/ 

Maximum
Words. 500

 

Sentence
length: Only 20% of the sentences can contain more than 20 words (In a
sentence) rest all sentences must be less than 20 words. Make shorter
sentences, using less difficult words

 

Paragraph
length: Maximum recommended Paragraph length is 140 words

 

Subheading
distribution: Every paragraph mush have subheading.

 

Passive
voice: The maximum recommended passive voice is 10%.

 

Consecutive
sentences: More than 2 consecutive sentences starting with the same word are
not allowed.

 

Transition
words: More than 50% of the sentences must contain transition words.

 

Payment:
 Rs 1250 / 500 words article.

  • The content should be fresh and should be free of grammatical errors.
  • You will be required to write about 1-2 articles per month.
  • I will be giving you the Titles and the focus keywords.
Please bid according to per article instead of per hour. (1 hour = 1 article)