How a college student started an article writing company that produces over 200 articles per day – Michael Goudelock

Episode 6

Today I chat with the CEO of a very popular article marketing/writing company called 99centarticles.com . They’re unique selling position is that they offer articles at a rate of about $.01 per word. I had a chance to discuss how he went from writing articles himself to hiring a crew of 40 English-speaking educated writers to do it for him.

We also discuss the following:

1. What length articles are most popular after the Panda and Penguin updates?

2. How is he able to keep his business organized?

3. What happens when a customer isn’t happy with an article written by his company?

Check out the video below:

  • I like to hear stories about start ups especially coming from the younger generation.

    Hopefully his article writing company will do better than other writing services out there.

  • Thanks for the great video Mike. Some very useful information. I think I’ll try out their service and see how I like it.

    It’s pretty cheap with your discount!

  • Looks like a good topic for a video. Will check it out ASAP. Just started my content writing project so any tips will come in handy for sure!

      • I think mainly because it resonated with exactly how I would like to begin to make money online with. I keep switching up my strategy following the hundreds of methods (that all work) because I want to go where the money is but in this interview is a man who likes writing articles, the most basic form of online marketing but he made it work and created a business around it over time. Money is in the passion but it is harder to let go and follow just one thing, your passion, than it is to jump on the bandwagon of whatever buzzing trend people are currently killing it with (that switches every month)!

        I watched episode 65 with Jim Kukral after and it reinforced this mindset.

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