August 14, 2012, 5:13 PM

Article Teller Launches Low-cost Content Creation Site

Company provides cheap SEO content, articles, press releases, blog comments and more

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., Aug. 14, 2012 -- A new content marketplace is bringing freelance writers together with off line businesses, SEO professionals and website owners. In most cases, the press releases, SEO content, Web content, blog posts and other freelance writing projects that are produced cost less than a cup of coffee. In fact, at Article Teller (, rates can range from $0.01 to just $0.0075 per word, depending on the length of the job.

There aren't any extra zeroes in that figure: 1,000 words of professionally written content costs just $7.50. And if the quality of the writing doesn't live up to expectation, the client doesn't pay for it.

The Article Teller launch is timely, given the fact that Google's recent Penguin and Panda updates were designed to better flush out keyword stuffing, spamming and other unethical SEO tactics.

"Content has always been king online, but now any site without unique, high-quality Web and SEO content is more likely than ever to be penalized in Google's search results," explained Article Teller's founder Andreas Holmes.

And that's where his site comes in: Thousands of Article Teller writers all over the world provide top-notch writing for just pennies on the dollar in whatever language you need: French, German, UK and US English, and even Spanish.

"We get comments like 'I've had the work done and its brilliant. I'm really impressed. The articles I've had from you this week have all been excellent and very speedy.'"

Holmes believes every business owner should have access to first-rate writing, so he has deliberately kept the Article Teller service inexpensive. Even at Article Teller's prices, the site has writers lined up and ready to work on clients' press releases, e-books, business proposals, Web and SEO content, articles, blog posts, and more every day. Because writers are available worldwide, most projects can be turned around within a few hours, even overnight.

To use Article Teller, business owners simply post their writing needs on the site's project board. Writers then accept the job and provide a quick turnaround. Clients review the content before they pay, giving them the ability to reject writing projects that don't meet their standards or get the article fixed if there are any errors. If the client rejects the content, the client doesn't owe a dime.

All writing is original and verified to be unique via the Copyscape plagiarism checking system. No membership fees are required, and clients can post specific instructions for their projects.

"We are finding more and more professional writers are ready to help business owners," Holmes said. "It's time for well-written SEO content, Web content, blog posts, articles, press releases, e-books and other business writing or rewriting needs to become affordable to literally anyone. Article Teller is the site to make it happen."

Article Teller is currently available to businesses the world over, including English-, French-, Spanish- and German-speaking countries.

Learn more about Article Teller at


About Article Teller

Article Teller brings together businesses and professionals who need quality content with expert writers for any task.

Its submission and review system ensures requesters receive unique content and keeps them from having to pay for articles they reject. There is a transparent and honest rating system.

With a quick turnaround and no risk to the requester, Article Teller represents the best way to get original SEO content and fulfill any business writing needs.



Andreas Holmes

Article Teller

Skype: builderandreas

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