Writing Articles for Non-English Speaking

Discussion in 'General Marketing' started by tuah, Apr 24, 2006.

  1. tuah

    tuah New Member

    Hi everyone,

    I'm new to this forum. Recently, I published a website on garden design and getting traffic is a very tough job. I come to know that writing articles is a way to increase traffic to my site. But for a non-english speaking person like me, it is quite a daunting task. Does anybody knows or can recommend any services that can do grammar proofing etc.. to improve my writing?
    Really appreciate for member's reply.

  2. Vishal P. Rao

    Vishal P. Rao Administrator Staff Member

    A similar question was asked by a fellow member some time back. Please read the discussion for answer:

    Writing articles
  3. jtdent

    jtdent New Member


    I've just visited your website and what a wonderful idea! I'm taking another good look at your pages on designing an interior waterfall, as I have no outdoor garden.

    I enjoy writing and consider myself rather good at it. I'm currently focusing my efforts on developing my skills in the area of niche ebook writing. Perhaps I'd be able to help with your proofreading.
  4. WhitePhoenix

    WhitePhoenix New Member

    There are multiple sources out there in the Internet World that can help you, tuah.

    There are freelancers who can help write website text that is keyword and search engine optimized, as well as proofing your content. One that comes to mind is 'Writer's Relief, Inc.' I think they charge $5 a page for proofing services.

    You'll find price ranges that are much higher than that, so you'll need to look around a little. There are other places that will write your content as well, but again, you'll have to make a list and check them all out to see who might suit your needs best.
  5. roger

    roger New Member

    I see that it's been sometime since the original post but a great site I've used that will translate just about any language into another for free, is babelfish:



  6. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    If you are looking for cheaper proofreading services, you can trying posting an ad at Craigslist
  7. manager2006

    manager2006 New Member

    -avoid to use software for people, no software can give you result, if you are serious hire some one, try PRL AND ADD some modification,
    search for freelancer

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