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Hiring a EDA tutorial writer

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the_engine

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Hello, I need a writer that can write tutorials for my website.
Here are the topics
* Analog
* Interface
* Mechatronic
* PIC
* PLD
* RFID
* TeleCommunication
* Wireless
Each topic must contain some tutorials. For example :
PIC
-What is PIC?
-Instruction of PIC
-etc etc

Mechatronic
-Introduction to mechatronic
-Basic
-etc etc

and so on...

Budget : $negotiable
Period : 3-5 days
 

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Re: Need A Writer

How about $2 per topic.
You have 8 topics, so the total price is $16.
We will provide you about 5 tutorials per topic.
 

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Re: Need A Writer

We will do it for you in 5 days.
Price $15 for all topic.
And each topic will contain about 10 short tutorials
 

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Re: Need A Writer

Hello,
I would think that you get what you pay for in this regard!
It is amazing how two or three lines of text can show a lack of command of the language. If you are responding to this thread, and wishing to do some technical writing, then at least proofread the two or three lines you write!
If this is for a commercial site, then as a reader, if I paid for something written in broken English, I should be very dissatisfied. If, however, this is for a free site, then this wouldn't be a problem.
To do any kind of justice would require a MINIMUM of one hour per tutorial.
You claim that you will produce 40, or 80 tutorials for 15 or 16 dollars. Are you boys willing to work for $0.19 or $0.40 per hour?
Sorry, I don't mean to be a spoil-sport, but this is a load of work.
Regards,
Robert
 

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Re: Need A Writer

hello, i am intersted in writing tutorials for your topics ,i prefer u to set the budget
 

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