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    .01 to .05 per word depending if its a novice or a lawyer giving advice.

    ALWAYS RUN the article through Grammarly and Copyscape.

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    So here you go, and money shouldn't be a concern. This is 2018 and these things cost...

    Go to https://goo.gl/KFFXdr and hire what you need. Boost this if it's on Facebook. PR it if its news. If it's meant to be informative or a good answer to a Yelp question, post it there. Yahoo is good too. Do this a few times a month and invite the 'Likes' to join your group (a captive audience for a bingo or lotto site free spin post) on FB or wherever you want them.

    For everything else use a cheaper writer but run it through Grammarly and Copyscape.

    You can even run some CSS RSS filler content across the bottom. Keep all navigation in a single template if possible, and be sure to optimize images and make it responsive and AMP compatible.

    That is how to get a release to rank.

    One more thing; Block scrapebox, xrumer and so on from crawling your site with a robots.txt file. Any way you look at it, it cost you money.This is a good article; https://goo.gl/FRN6FX

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    Hi,

    The rates depend honestly, in my experience, they range from $0.03 to $0.08 per word. As the OP of this thread. I would like to invite you to send me a PM should you be interested in getting the services of a seasoned content creator.

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    Here's the thing. The smarts at Google know that articles can be outsourced to India for $20 a piece. Sooner or later they will make changes that will protect them from this trick; which is when most websites employing these short cuts will lose their shirts.

    If Brietbart and Washingtonpost - two polar opposites - started jobbing out their stories to remote Indian and Pakistani workers, they'd be out of audience very soon.

    If Google doesn't know or care about this outsourcing-gig, then they got a weak algorithm, which I do not believe they do; which is why it doesn't or will not work in the long run.

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    How will they know the country of origin of your copy?!


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    Here's the thing. The smarts at Google know that articles can be outsourced to India for $20 a piece. Sooner or later they will make changes that will protect them from this trick; which is when most websites employing these short cuts will lose their shirts.

    If Brietbart and Washingtonpost - two polar opposites - started jobbing out their stories to remote Indian and Pakistani workers, they'd be out of audience very soon.

    If Google doesn't know or care about this outsourcing-gig, then they got a weak algorithm, which I do not believe they do; which is why it doesn't or will not work in the long run.

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    How will they know the country of origin of your copy?!
    You didn't get the point.

    It doesn't matter whether you're sitting under a chair or writing remotely from inside a submarine.

    My point is that Google is fully aware of the SEO more-content-more-ranking BS that is promoted around the internet. Heck, the big boss G is itself responsible for promoting this.

    This mantra is not new and has been pushed around for over 10 years.

    There is a lot more to conversions/rankings/branding/followership than 100 pages-a-day-race. The generics of the word "content" is what is sold out there but seldom converts for most.

    Many webmasters will never understand the concept of relevance, even if one pushes it through their bloodstream. The ones that do, convert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcgroup View Post
    Hello Everyone,

    What should be the optimal outsourcing cost per word for producing content in native English?


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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryTheScubaGuy View Post
    We pay .01 to .05 depending on experience.
    What about rewrite costs Gary?


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    Literally laughted out loud!

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    To really rank in this industry SEO articles are the WRONG way of doing things.
    You need to be Whitehat On page and Blackhat offpage.
    Hope this makes sense lol

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    So what is the right way to do SEO content?

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    Write content that is informative to your visitors, answers their questions or concerns they might have about a property, a game, bonuses, payouts, an upcoming sports match or game, etc etc etc...

    Normally you do not have to worry too much about specific keywords etc, since if the article targets a certain topic, normally the keywords will flow and be a normal part of the article....

    If you are targeting a certain keyphrase and you have not hit on those words enough, you can re-write it to a certain degree to try and reach that goal, but I have always found that you can normally tell when articles are trying to answer questions and inform, or just load you up with keywords...

    As you browse the web in search of products or services, ask yourself, "Self, which seller do I trust the most? The one whose writing is just crap full of keywords, or the one that seemed to answer my questions about product X the most?"

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    Its the quality content of your articles that makes your blog being top on the google search engines.

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    You are right with the help of article a website will appears in organic search. The unique article is required every time to improve a website position.

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    Our experience with SEO articles:

    You don’t need to have tons of articles, but good aricles. I mean, one or two good articles per week, asnwering questions, talking about trending topics, readable, are way better than ten flooded of keywords articles with nonsenses.

    Better quality than quantity

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    Quote Originally Posted by redblueassociates View Post
    You didn't get the point.

    It doesn't matter whether you're sitting under a chair or writing remotely from inside a submarine.

    My point is that Google is fully aware of the SEO more-content-more-ranking BS that is promoted around the internet. Heck, the big boss G is itself responsible for promoting this.

    This mantra is not new and has been pushed around for over 10 years.

    There is a lot more to conversions/rankings/branding/followership than 100 pages-a-day-race. The generics of the word "content" is what is sold out there but seldom converts for most.

    Many webmasters will never understand the concept of relevance, even if one pushes it through their bloodstream. The ones that do, convert.
    So, what Big Boss G wants? paid search through ppc only, which is not an option for gambling sites as I know?

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    Agree with Ladiepre ,its a good place to start with, the best=)

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    Write content that is informative to your visitors, answers their questions or concerns they might have about a property, a game, bonuses, payouts, an upcoming sports match or game, etc etc etc...
    What I do is see what topics are covered in Google query on a phrase I'm covering, and stuff them all in my article. Don't know if this because of LSI or the sheer lenght of the content, but it works.

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    I have to say that despite all this "quality over quantity" talk it's exactly the opposite. I don't think I've written a single slot review that would be honest...simply for the fact that if you count all the thousands of slots out there you have maybe a handful that are actually good -- and there is not a single affiliate or casino who wouldn't return an article for review if it so much as hints that the reader shouldn't play the game. The rest is just the same recycled garbage. As is the content in all of your sites.

    People here thinking that paying five bucks an hour will somehow result in quality articles clearly have no idea what quality is....well, what quality is for the writer. As long as those articles hit the keywords, SEO, conversion etc targets I guess they could be said to be quality articles.

    But since there now are probably hundreds of sites with thousands of (nonsense)slot reviews it might finally be time for proper quality writing to raise its head.

    For what it is worth, I don't think anyone actually reads the slot reviews. Which is why it's all for Google.

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    Well 2nd if not third time this thread has been brought back for over 3 years running....

    I will say again, a true SEO article is one about Search Engine Optimization, which is not about our industry, and most helpful to website developers, hosts and those advertising seo services.

    And articles about a topic in our industry, written for the purposes of seo, yea sure many do that, but I completely disagree that those ONLY reason to do lengthy and informative articles is for seo.

    Smarter and more savvy players do research slots games, sometimes by name, or even features looking for new games to try. Some players also search for new casinos that carry specific games.

    In the case of those looking for new games I would think that many, will carefully read a number of reviews before pulling the trigger and trying the new game out at their favorite casino, or possibly looking for a decent bonus to try a new game out at a new casino, rather than take a bonus somewhere they do not want to add to a rollover on an account.

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