Original, quality, blog articles, consistent with tone of voice of other content

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Sam D.Live Deftsoft Informatics P.Sahail A.Steven John D. + 10 others have already sent a proposal.
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Description

Experience Level: Intermediate
Num. of articles: 5+
Words per article: 300-400
Blog/website url: www.theboardroomuk.com
Information for the blog/website: Business advisory service providing no-nonsense insight and advice to UK small business owners
Industry: Business
Topic: Various small business related (marketing, customer experience, time management...)
Tone: Formal/Professional
Outline & Structure: Required: Initially one, well written intelligent article, on a small business marketing or customer experience, or otherwise relevant to small business owners, subject. If successful then repeating this with a regular one or two articles per month. All must be 100% original, useful insight, practical value or other general relevance to UK small business owners. Tone of voice and article structure to be plausibly consistent with existing articles on the site!
Extensive research needed: no
Extra notes: I'm proud of the 100% original articles I've created for my website in the past 3 years, covering subjects around small business marketing and competitiveness, customer experience and empathy. All are intended to be informative and professional yet written in a jargon-free accessible tone. I'm now simply running out of available time to create these on any kind of a consistent basis, and so looking to outsource the writing of these pieces. This would be initially starting with one ghost-written article to prove the concept, and with the intention to make this a regular thing, with one or two pieces per month going forward. I have a number of ideas for future content if that would help, or a equally happy for you to suggest your own themes. Please see website for samples of subject matter and tone of voice.

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