Textbroker brings its freelance writing business concept to ad:tech

Textbroker brings its freelance writing business concept to ad:tech

San Francisco : CA : USA | Mar 22, 2012 at 4:58 AM PDT
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Got something to say but can't find the words? No matter, Textbroker is here!

The Las Vegas-based writing brokerage wants to hook you up with outstanding writers to put your story on paper. To the folks at Textbroker that's called "custom content" and that's what they do best.

Textbroker personnel will be exhibitors at ad:tech April 3 and 4, showing off their highly successful platform at the San Francisco conference.

How successful is it? Textbroker now offers writers who provide original content in British English, Dutch and French, in addition to the original German and U.S. English, and the company says its fees are reasonable.

Textbroker's exhibit is in Booth 2720 at the Exhibit Hall at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Visit the Textbroker site after the hall opens at 10 a.m. each day. The hall closes at 6 p.m. Tuesday and 4 p.m. Wednesday.

"Textbroker is a better, faster, easier, and much less expensive way to purchase custom freelance writing," the company says on its website.

Not only that, but customers pay only when satisfied.

"Textbroker has 100,000 U.S.-based authors that can write any kind of content: SEO web copy, blog posts, articles, press releases, news, newsletters, white papers, ecommerce descriptions, buyer guides, etc.," the site says.

Prices start at $1.20 for 100 words and clients only pay if they're satisfied.

This article is part of Allvoices’ series on ad:tech, the largest digital marketing and technology conferences and expositions. Check out allvoices.com/adtech for more of Allvoices’ ad:tech San Francisco event coverage. This series is supported by ad:tech.

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An evening look at Writer's Square in Belfast. Textbroker.com will exhibit its freelance writing platform that connects writers with customers at this year's ad:tech conference in San Francisco on April 3 and 4. Photo credit: Albert Bridge/Wikimedia Commons
Nathan Salant is based in San Francisco, California, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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