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Hire Scott to write you or your company a creative article

I’m Scott, webmaster, creative genius, owner of this blog and 30 more just like it! Sure, I may come off cocky, full of myself and/or a know-it-all but, realistically; I simply pride myself in being a very creative writer.  First thing is first, let’s talk “creative writer”. What is a creative writer? Well, here is my delusional version; a creative writer is someone who can turn a tuna can into something similar to that of a mouthwatering steak. Truly, a creative writer can make even the dullest of subjects, sound like the best and only idea plausible. Sure, some may find this overconfident, but, in all actuality; I have worked my way to this point. While, I have always had a knack for writing, it took plenty of time and not-so constructive criticism to work may way up. Nothing but hard work and time has gotten me where I am today. Where am I you ask? Well, I am working for myself, doing what I like best. Not out at a 9-5 job working for some complete asshole that makes no sense when giving direction. Now, I write about those assholes and get paid for it!

Today, is your lucky day, I am now offering an article writing service. Now you can get a quality and very creative content for your website or blog. No matter what you think you know about SEO written quality content, I can assure you that you haven’t seen anything yet. I am all about results. My goal is to earn you money. Really, think about this. You wouldn’t be considering this opportunity, if you were able to rake it  in with writing your own content. This is some-what of an art. You must know , the who, what, when, where and why of writing in order to produce results.

What to expect from an article I write? Good organic, keyword rich content. Content you can monetize to make money. Pending the direction you are looking to take your website or blog, quality content is a must and I will deliver just that. Not only will I deliver on quality but, I will provide you with easy to read and engaging material that your readers will come back for, time and time again.

If you are curious as to whether or not, I am merely tooting my own horn, take a look at the samples of my work below. It speaks for itself. Period.

Type of article I am offering for this service: blog post/article.
My resume: http://scottrasher.com/my-resume/

Top producing/earners articles.

Though-out the life of an article written by me you will make money, for example. The Belly fat article posted above I make about $450.00 a year from clicks and revenue.

Extras goodies

  • Post the link to your article on my personal facebook (5000+ friends) page: here
  • I also can post it on my facebook fan page: here
  • Tweet it: here
  • One way link-back from (my pr1 blog.)

$100.00

*Terms

  • 500-1000 words.
  • currently -> turn-around time 7 days.

Everything you need to know about onpage optimization

The head section

The HEAD section is an area of HTML coding at the top of your website page that is not visible to human visitors. This section includes the Title tag, keywords tag, and the description tag. The title tag is the only tag in the HEAD section that you visitors can see but it is only visible in the title bar of the browser window.

Title, Keywords, and Description Tags

Page Title: You page title can be compared to an ad headline. It should only be about 5 to 10 words long and should contain your main 2 to 3 keyword phrases. It should be designed to grab attention and attract clicks from search engine traffic. You can use dashes or commas to separate your terms if needed. Here’s an example of what your title tag should look like:

Keywords META Tag: The keywords META tag is something that can be quite controversial and many webmasters believe it is a waste of time. You can put your list of keywords and common misspellings in here but it is not known whether or not the search engines look at these.

Description META Tag: When it comes to your description tag you have a limit of 155 characters. You should use the first 10 words of this to again grab attention and use your keyword where they make sense. This description will be displayed in some search engine results and it will influence the decision of people whether or not they click through to your website. If you are using longer search terms then this tag could be seen as more important than your title tag.

Robots META Tag: The robots META tag is separate from your robots.txt file and this lets you control what spiders can do on your page

Headings and Links Explained

When it comes to your web pages there are three different heading and subheading tags that are used. These are the H1, H2 and H3 tags and these should contain your core terms and top variations. The heading is usually the first thing on your page but this is not an absolute.

Understanding Body Text and Modifiers

When writing your content if doing it yourself you need to try to write as naturally as possible and try to work your keywords and their variations into what you are writing. Be sure that the keywords you use are appropriate and make sense in your content. You need to focus your content on informing your visitors and over stuffing with keywords will do you more harm than good. Remember if you can’t please your visitors you are doomed in the long run no matter how high you rank in the search engines. You need to write in a way that will sell and persuade your visitors to take action and this is not always easy especially when you are trying to incorporate certain keywords too. What you need to do is focus on placing your search terms where they fit and if you can include all your variations even just once you will be doing a good job.

Creating Your Content the Right Way

When most people map out their keyword strategy for the first time they usually discover that they actually don’t have enough content on their websites to support this map. What this can also suggest is the website is also missing some information that could essentially be very useful to their visitors. When you develop your keyword strategy don’t be surprised if you actually get a great insight as to what your visitors are actually looking for and what they need.

When it comes to creating your content the one thing that you need to avoid is duplicate content.

Duplicate content can be described as a piece of text that is used for numerous pages with only the keywords changed. You need to ensure that the content you are using on your site is 100% original and if you are one of these people who use content from article directories, it would be a good idea to add some additional content onto the page too. Remember you can’t change or alter the article that you take from the article directory so an introductory paragraph or something at the end of the page might help.

First Tier – Your Home Page Content

You should try to include some content on your home page to let your visitors know what your website is about. Now you can rank well with no content but you will need to spend a lot of time building links. It is far easier and a lot more visitor friendly if you add content.

Second Tier – Your Secondary Pages or Category Pages

If you do not have any text content but have just pictures and links on your secondary pages, you face the prospect of these pages being seen by spiders as duplicate content. This may ruin your chances of ranking for these pages. Putting even just a few unique paragraphs on these pages and including some text links with your keywords as the anchor text would work marvelously.

What about User-Generated Content like Forums, Reviews and Feedback?

Blog comments, forum discussions, and user reviews are great ways to build unique content that is normally keyword rich. This content can also be used to get links to your website and provide anchor text to other pages in your website. It can also be great for getting extra visitors from search engine results too.

Using a Blog as a Means of Content

Having a blog is a great way to add more content to your website on a regular basis. If your blog takes off you will be able to interact with your visitors as they leave comments and you will also get the added ability to have others links added to you too. If you can write a post that starts a discussion or debate and gets people’s attention you could get up to 100 links back to the post within a couple of days. If you website is separate from your blog you will still need to create pages that are optimized for your search terms. You will need to take this into consideration if your blog is an add-on. You will also need to think about how you are going to pass on your PageRank to your website’s pages. Blogs are great but they are no substitute for optimized content on your website.

Scott shares – How to succeed on the internet with your web project

I have a theory that the internet is like a field of onions. Each individual website is a many-layered onion, buried within the field. A website gets created on the internet, but no one knows about it. It’s buried in the field. Once that onion gets pulled out of the field, the outermost layer is when the creator tells Person A to check out the website. One layer down. When that Person A takes a look and thinks, “man, that’s cool,” they go tell their friend, Person B, to check it out. That’s the second layer of the onion. See, a website only grows as people tell others to check it out. So the first layer of the website-onion represents when the website creator tells someone to go look at their website, and the second layer represents when that first someone liked what they saw in your website and told someone else to see it for himself. So now you have two people exploring the website. When both Person A and Person B go tell Person C and Person D to go to the website, that’s the third and fourth onion layers. The layers are endless. As word keeps spreading, the layers keep peeling back and the website gets more and more exposed. After enough layers are exposed, The website has reached viral status and has become the next big internet buzz.

You’ve all heard of Huffington Post and Craigslist, right? Well, how did you hear about them? From a friend. Someone told you mid-conversation, “oh, hey, I saw this on this website the other day…” And when you get back to your computer, you’re going to see what they were talking about. With the internet, everyone wants to know what’s the newest and best website up there. Everyone wants to be the one to inform someone else of a cool website first. When they’re talking about a website, more people start visiting it and the number of hits on the website escalate beyond reason.

So really, all you have to do to have a successful website in the onion-field of the internet is to talk about your website. Spread the word. If it’s a good one, it will catch on as people tell their friends, co-workers, anyone else. Once you get enough people talking about your website, you’ll be successful.

And I know this from experience. Before I even got my website all up and ready to go, I was telling people about it. They were all interested and spread the word. Now it’s up with the new layout and new additions on a regular basis, and my numbers just keep on rising.

If you have nothing else to offer, then just beg. The wonderful world of cyber begging.

Need money, but don’t feel like you have much to offer? Then try asking for it!

My very first exposure of cyber-begging was from a man that contacted me wanting a website. I asked him what he did, he said, “I tell stories.” “Hmmmm…ok, so how can I help you?”, I asked.  He explained to me that he was pretty much a failed writer, but he made a living making up tragic stories, posting them on the internet and cyber-begged for money. He also added this is  not much different than any other product online and his conversion rate for this was about 5%.  At first I felt kind of strange about it, but after thinking about it for a minute, I guess he is right..

As it turns out, this Cyber-Begging is no small thing, Check out Cyberbeg.com

Needy MBA Student <<<< read the story now!!!

NPR story about Digital Panhandling Online

Cyber-begging big business! read more

So how much does it cost to get started cyber-begging? It’s cheaper and easier than you might think!
Scott’s how to Cyber-begging tips:

You will first need a domain name: GoDaddy is cheap and easy!
Go Daddy $7.49 .com Sale

This is about 7.99 at Godaddy. Make sure to think up something catchy!

Then you are going to need some hosting for the website:

If you want it free click here:
Free Website Hosting

You can get started for under ten bucks!!!

*Don’t forget to get a paypal account, and maybe a PO Box to receive payments.

As for the guy, I never got a 100% reply from him as to how much money he made. He said his marketing plan was simple, he made a posting in every category and every state on Craigslist and online classifieds. Most people needing money have some kind of a tragic story, is yours worth a million?

I will make anyone who wants to Cyber-beg, a easy to update website for $99.00 (will also provide domain and hosting for one year a $40.00 dollar value!)


So here is my Donation button in case you want to drop me a few bucks ;)… What can I say, I am just practicing what I preach.