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Hi Harry! When you say content, can you explain what you're looking for?? Is it to update/create a website? Are you just looking to add "blog" posts??

Also, do you have a website and if so, can you post a link?? I would be happy to have a look and may be able to steer you in the right direction .

 

Also, have you considered YOUR content?? I know, I know, you're probably not a writer, right?? That's okay. Grab a sheet of paper, create the topic and 3 things you want to say.

 

As an example, if you were talking about air conditioning, your topics may be....

1) Is your car air conditioning blowing warm air?

2) How to tell if your car a/c system needs recharging

3) Can I recharge my a/c system myself? The truth that nobody else will tell you.

 

Now, that's not what I would call 'refined' topics or titles, but it's a start.

 

With your list, simply use an mp3 records - most smartphones let you record - and send the file to a company that does a transcript. Now, they will transcribe it word-for-word. So if there's a few uhmms... and awwws... and stuff like that, no problem

 

Ask them to send it to you in a Word file (which is pretty typical anyway) and then you just edit it out.

 

From there, you're done!

 

Hope this helps!

Matthew Lee

"The Car Count Fixer"

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Hi Harry! When you say content, can you explain what you're looking for?? Is it to update/create a website? Are you just looking to add "blog" posts??

Also, do you have a website and if so, can you post a link?? I would be happy to have a look and may be able to steer you in the right direction .

 

Also, have you considered YOUR content?? I know, I know, you're probably not a writer, right?? That's okay. Grab a sheet of paper, create the topic and 3 things you want to say.

 

As an example, if you were talking about air conditioning, your topics may be....

1) Is your car air conditioning blowing warm air?

2) How to tell if your car a/c system needs recharging

3) Can I recharge my a/c system myself? The truth that nobody else will tell you.

 

Now, that's not what I would call 'refined' topics or titles, but it's a start.

 

With your list, simply use an mp3 records - most smartphones let you record - and send the file to a company that does a transcript. Now, they will transcribe it word-for-word. So if there's a few uhmms... and awwws... and stuff like that, no problem

 

Ask them to send it to you in a Word file (which is pretty typical anyway) and then you just edit it out.

 

From there, you're done!

 

Hope this helps!

 

Matthew Lee

"The Car Count Fixer"

 

Matthew,

 

Thank you for your reply.

 

I am using demandforce for my campaigns. Yes, we have been writing the articles in-house for the past 2 years, we send out a newsletter every two weeks to over 7k subscribers, and we are averaging out about $41K in revenue per newsletter. We know it works, but keeping the content fresh and insightful has been a chore. I wanted to buy 150 to 300 articles of about 500 words for the next year.

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