Our Content Writing Guidelines
Welcome content writer, we are glad to have you on board. Photo Editing Company is in need of a content writer that can perfectly write thousands of content for our website. This page will guide you through how to technically write a content according to our style.
2 Types of Content
There are 2 types of content we require, a “Service Page” and a “Blog Post”.
Service pages consist of 1 – 3 Paragraphs with 100 words each paragraph. The first sentence is a brief explanation to the title or content. It often starts with. “Photo Editing” refers to, is a term, is a process. See below examples as reference.
- No sentence more than 20 words
- No sentence below 20 words
- No personal expression
- Each Paragraph 100 words with 4-5 sentences.
- Formal Format
- Yoast Guidelines Followed
- Service Page 0: Jewelry Photo Retouching
- Service Page 1: Clipping Path Service
- Service Page 2: Jewelry Photo Editing
- Service Page 3: Photo Editing
- Service Page 4: Photo Editing Service
- Service Page 5: Real Estate Photo Editing
- Service Page 6: New Born Photography Editing
- Blog Page: Modeling Photography
A blog post is a content which talks about a certain topic. Here we have different types of blog post to guide you through.
Start Writing with Us
Email us, choose the title of the page you want to write.
Receive an email from us for the total payment we will give you.
Once approved you can start writing the content.
Send us the finished content for Approval and Refinement.
Payment will be sent via Paypal.
- New Writer we Pay = $ 1.8 per 300 words
- Experienced Writer = $ 2 per 300 words
- Legend Writer = $ 5 per 300 words
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What are transition words?
Transition words are words like ‘most importantly’, ‘because’, ‘therefore’, or ‘besides’. Using transition words well makes your text much more readable, as these words give direction to your readers. Using them is like pouring cement between your sentences: the relation between two sentences becomes apparent by the use of transition words. They send a signal to your readers that something is coming up, and prepare them for the next sentence.
If you’re summarizing a discourse, you probably use words like first, second, third, etc. Your readers will understand you’re summing up things if you use these words. If you want to compare certain matters, you could use words like same, less, rather, while or either. And if you want to conclude your story, you might use words as hence, consequently or therefore.
Table 1: Examples of transition words
|Relation||Example of transition words|
|Enumeration||first of all, also, another, furthermore, finally|
|Cause||because, so, due to, for the reason that|
|Comparison/contrast||similarly, likewise, rather, while, in contrast|
|Conclusion||as a result, hence, consequently, therefore|
|Fuzzy signals||seems like, maybe, probably, almost|
|Emphasis||above all, most noteworthy, certainly, even more|
Types of transition words
Transition words can be divided into several categories, based on the type of transition you want to make. There are often several words available for one transition. Sometimes they mean exactly the same, sometimes there are slight differences. If you’re not a native speaker or struggle with language in general, you’ll have to study and practice these transition words. That’s the only way to understand which transition words fit which situations.
|Transition||Example word/phrase||Example sentence|
|Cause and effect||Therefore, as a result, so, consequently||I’m tired. Therefore, I’m going to bed.|
|Clarification||That is to say, in other words, to clarify||We’re letting you go. In other words, you’re fired.|
|Contrast||But, however, on the other hand||I am not fond of fruit. However, I do like bananas.|
|Example||For example, for instance||In the evening, I like to relax. For instance, I enjoy watching TV.|
|Emphasis||Above all, most importantly, certainly||There are many reasons to exercise regularly. Above all, it keeps you healthy.|
|Enumeration||Firstly/secondly, further, and, moreover, in addition||Today, I’m going to write a post. In addition, I’m recording some video lessons.|
|Time||Meanwhile, during, subsequently, after that||I’ll start by telling you what transition words are. After that, I’ll tell you why you should always use them.|
|Similarity||Likewise, similarly, in the same vein||She tried really hard to entertain her guests. Similarly, he put all his heart and soul in cooking a great dinner.|
|Summarize/conclude||In conclusion, to sum up, in short||In conclusion, transition words are an important aspect of SEO copywriting.|
Guidelines in Writing your First Paragraph
- The first sentence should be a brief introduction of your overall page. You can start it by writing.
- _______________ is a process
- _______________ a term used to
- _______________ also known as
- _______________ is a service
A brief introduction of what the topic is about.
Discuss a Problem about what the service can do.
First Paragraph (100 words)
Second Paragraph (50 words)
H2 Title Second Paragraph
First Paragraph (150 words)