There has always been a call for content on the internet. After all, that is what keeps the internet and the world economy going isn’t it? If it wasn’t for new content many businesses would simply go under. With this harsh truth, there is a serious problem. Many business owners cannot afford to write content for their own websites. Perhaps they could, but if they took the time to do so they would find themselves spending more time on articles than running the actual business. This would end in poor sales, which is something that no company can afford.
Many business owners turned to PLR, or Private Label Rights articles. These worked well up to a point, but much of the work was being outsourced to writers outside the United States. That’s not to say there is anything wrong with such writers, but many of them are not completely fluent in the English language. Shoppers from America and other English speaking companies would not give any site a chance if it’s English was choppy, or the grammar poor.
In the end, many people were forced to buy PLR articles and edit them to make sense, which again took quite a bit of time. But with every catastrophe, there is always going to be a light at the end of the tunnel. Something new popped up, and it wasn’t the standard PLR website that so many people had become accustomed to. No, this was different. This was Need an Article, a site started by my buddy Scott Foster.
NAA began hiring writers to compose content for a very low price. The first thing that one might think is that a low priced website would have low quality. Amazingly enough, the quality of articles that come from the desks of NAA writers is top notch, and quite possibly the best anyone has ever seen on the internet. Why is this? Is it because the NAA staff has such high expectations of their writers? Is it because the writers genuinely care? It’s hard to tell because there has never been …read more