Feb. 14, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- A new content marketplace is bringing freelance writers together with off line businesses, SEO professionals and website owners. Now not only can people order SEO content, Web content, blog posts and other freelance writing project, but now ArticleTeller.com has launched its timely Article Marketplace.
"We created the Article Marketplace to allow for the writers to write anytime they want, and it gives website owners quality content super fast and still at our incredibly low prices. It is so easy, you see the article you like in the list, you buy it and download it all within minutes," Mr. Holmes said. "We have found the already written articles are being picked up faster and faster every week, it is hard to keep up with the demand."
At ArticleTeller.com (
), rates still range from
per word, depending on the length of the job, even for these already written articles.
ArticleTeller.com might only be young, but they already have a loyal following of thousands of professional writers writing content daily and professional marketing, website design and even some top 500 companies as regular clients.
"We have cornered the low cost content creation market," Holmes explains. "and now we want to capitalize on this with Article Marketplace," Mr. Holmes commented.
The ArticleTeller.com launch was timely, given the fact that Google's Penguin and Panda updates were designed to better flush out keyword stuffing, spamming and other unethical SEO tactics back in 2012.
"We still believe that every website needs quality content, but we wanted to make it easier and more affordable to get that content, and now it's even faster with the Marketplace," explained ArticleTeller.com co-founder
. "Our whole motto behind the site is what drives us forward every day, and we are super excited to be around to push the boundaries of what is possible, not just for the users of the content, but also the writers that we are giving a chance to change their lives also."
ArticleTeller.com is able to complete articles in German, UK, AUS and US English, Spanish and most recently Greek.