Yesterday became very ugly for me because I was stricken with a serious cold.
Though a naturopathic friend of mine thinks it was much more of a sinus infection.
Whatever the case I felt like a Mac truck had ran over my face which brings us to the point of telling you all this.
What do you when you don’t feel like writing for the day?
See, currently I’m on a 90-day game plan to deliver 500 to 1500 words daily for an entire 90 days minus sunset Friday to sunset Saturday which is the only time I don’t work because it’s the Lord’s Sabbath.
The reason I am doing this is at the end of the 90 days I should have a healthy amount of authority with the niche of affiliate marketing for beginners, since that is my target.
What to Do When Your Sick
Keeping pace with that plus my other work is hard enough when I’m feeling well. But when I’m under the weather what was once difficult almost becomes impossible. That’s when I turn to a content writing service like any of the following 7.
My own personal favorite is IWriter, which is why I only have an affiliate link to their site while the rest are simply there for your referencing purposes.
My Personal IWriter Experience
When I first got started with IWriter I was using the basic level service because it was the most affordable. It didn’t take me long to realize that you get what you pay for.
There was a ton of editing required which consumed more of my time than if I had written the article myself. I learned that stepping up to the pro level was more than enough to get the quality I required in my work.
One time I needed a mass amount of content delivered almost overnight. It wasn’t supposed to be that way but that is what happened. I simply put out my request to the community and in less than 12 hours I had all the content I needed.
The powerful thing about IWriter for an Affiliate Marketer is that you can accept or reject the content submitted. If the content is good but not quite right, then you can request a rewrite. Simply put, as the buyer you remain in full control of what you do and do not receive.
Empower Success with IWriter
One thing I like to do is put out an article request to the community with a variety of different keyword options. Then I will choose the best option that works for me and seek to build a relationship with that provider.
Currently, there is only one writer that I work with on the platform because of following the above strategy.
The cool part about this is we build a strong relationship of workability together. If there are issues on either side, we can deal with them in a proactively positive way.
Closing Thoughts About IWriter
Strangely, I was going to do something entirely different with today’s article but here we are.
Because content is so critical to success in affiliate marketing I’m going to spend a couple of days talking about this topic.
Given that tomorrow happens to be Thanksgiving in the USA, I plan to share with you the result of an article received from Iwriter. I’ll be looking at the good, the bad and the ugly of it all from an Affiliate Marketers point of view.
Next I will show how to submit an article while providing some secret tips that people might miss.
Then we will look at what to do once you have received the article back from your writer.
Do you have experience with using writing services like IWriter, even if it wasn’t IWriter itself? Share what you have learned by your experience in the comments below.
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