Information for the blog/website: New UK roofing quote website. Users can get free quotes for roof work such as repairs, installation and cleaning.
Num. of web pages: 1
Description of every page: Looking for an informative page on 'Slate Roof Repairs'
The page is provide the user with additional information about slate roofing repairs before applying online for a free quote.
Outline & Structure: Page should be broken into several informative subheadings/paragraphs for easy reading and better page layout.
Some examples COULD be:
1. Common slate repairs needed
2. What causes slate damage?
3. Techniques the professionals use
4. Average costs for repairing slate roofing
5. Why you shouldn't DIY (we'd ultimately like people to use our professional service)
6. Frequently Asked Questions (extended answers)
Expanded lists are encouraged for diversity
Tables encouraged if appropriate
Extra notes: No hard sell... just information about slate roof repairs. We don't want every paragraph to have 'get a free quote now!' etc. We will add a quote button at the end. These pages are purely informational to establish ourselves as an authority.
UK based website, so UNIQUE UK specific content needed.
English native writers only please... i've been in internet marketing for 10+ years and can spot junk/spun content a mile off!
Looking to establish contact with a good writer with FAST TURNAROUND.
This 1 article trial could lead to potentially hundreds more.
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Is that £12 for the trial page?
That's ENTRY rates.Tim A.01 Mar 2017
What would you charge please?Anna P.01 Mar 2017
If you are a UK buyer, why are you paying in dollars?
Also, why do you expect to get 750 words of well-written, well-researched, intermediate copy for a budget that will pay below the minimum wage? You should be ashamed of yourself.Tim A.01 Mar 2017
Not ashamed at all... though I may have misjudged the quality category. What would you charge for the equivalent? Incidentally I have a number of excellent US writers that write my UK content hence the change of currency.