Writing all of the SEO copy for your web site or all of the SEO articles that you plan to submit to ezines can be a daunting task. This is especially true if you are completely talent free when it comes to writing. This can mean having to hire a professional SEO copywriter. However finding a qualified writer can also be a challenge as there are so many advertisements for them on the Internet. Even more frustrating is that half of those advertisements lead to software that is supposed to teach you writing or large companies with vague descriptions of what they do (accompanied by high prices.) Although the Internet has its share of great writers it also a lot of hacks on it that plan to never deliver after you have paid them an advance.
Before hiring a freelance copywriter you should first of all make sure that he or she knows what SEO is in the first place. Yet another consideration is whether or not he or she is affordable and whether or not they can deliver on time. If the fee is lower than $25 an hour you can assume the writer is part time as that is less than one quarter of what the writer’s union charges for fees. The lower the price, the later the delivery will be, as the writer does have to make a living!
Another thing to keep in mind is that a freelance copywriting service is highly linked or highly rated in the search engine is not necessarily your best choice. Remember that search engine listings and indexing can be paid for. You may not also not necessarily find your perfect copywriter on the Internet. There are plenty of copywriters listed in the phone book that can do the job too. Probably the two main sites where freelancers conglomerate on the Internet are guru.com and elance.com. Both of these sites use the auction format. You post your project and name a budget and the writers that belong to these organizations bid on them. These are both reputable places to find writers who will work for cheap prices.