1. Wade Rode Answer

    I found that guy: I will write a blog article at an introductory price in 24 hours ( $125 )

    “Try it. You’ll Like It!”

    In 1972, indigestion reliever Alka Seltzer release a series of commercials with the tagline, ‘Try it. You’ll like it.’

    The idea was to introduce a new generation to an old-school product — one they probably had never tried before.

    I understand your caution about spending money on an unproven (to you) freelance writer. To quote Bill Clinton, “I feel your pain.”

    You know, as well as I do, that business growth isn’t achieved by staying in the safe back-harbor, but rather venturing out into the new, the untested.

    Here’s your chance to affordably improve your content, boost your SEO and bring customers into your store.

    And…if you just want to take a break from the blog post, I can do that too.

    “Try It. You’ll Like It."

    1. Wade Rode

      Writing is a process that goes through many stages and revision is what makes it move from stage to stage.

      Please keep revision requests to minor ones. Major revisions may requrire additional payment Contact me if this is confusing.

    1. Wade Rode

      That depends on the clarity and completeness of the instructions you provide. Typically writers provide a draft document.

    1. Wade Rode

      Obviously, the more detail you provide, the more beneficial. At a minimum:

      What are the main points you are making?
      What audience are you targeting?
      What specific points need to be made or mentioned?
      What is the final product? (Blog? Article?
      When is the deadline?

    1. Wade Rode

      Drafting is the preliminary stage of a written work in which the author begins to develop a more cohesive product. A draft document is the product the writer creates in the initial stages of the writing process.

    1. Wade Rode

      No. I’m a writer. I’m not a public relations firm. I’ll provide you with an original article or post and you submit them to any media outlet you prefer.

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