PART III -Collect and account for the money, (begging and threats often required)
What writers in general have the hardest time doing is finding writing work.
So, if we could start bringing in business like we did with Billy’s July Project, and do a few like that, we would iron out the problems as we go. With each job we would perfect a skill / system -as we did with the “work time sheet” and the idea of a contract with the client.
If we start as a private clique of however many writers there are with us at the moment, and earn good money as we did with “Billy’s July Project”, word will spread and writers will be banging down the door to join us. In the mean time we quietly post Exodus articles on Bangari Content Gallery and promote them on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc., for clients willing to buy the stuff.
“Oh, you are going to pay. You’re gonna pay and you are gonna keep on paying!”
Those words, 20 years after my first wife spoke them, still give me goosebumps. -Not just because it was the only thing she ever said to me in five years of marriage, that was true.
I’m getting excitement goosebumps now, all these years later, because this once dark and ominous statement that referred to child support and emotional debt, applies to all the content we are producing for Bangari Content Gallery -in a good way…Some of our content has already paid, and it’s gonna keep on paying! That’s what is so great about our concept that includes spinning, selling, building onto it, spinning it some more and collecting revenue on it till it sells again!
“…and the idea of a contract with the client.”
That isn’t a new concept, -contracts with the client. Especially with me. I’ve logged many hours contracting and performing and collecting on contracts. I had a contract with the client for Billy’s July Project. I had all the documentation that I needed to show they were breaching the contract when they refused to pay the full amount. Then, I had “goods” on them that made it so if they made us take it to court, they would have lost a lot, before they won anything from the Judge.
The content that we produced and sold to them is still going to earn us more revenue. There is nothing they can do about that. They didn’t have us sign any non-compete or non-disclosure agreements. We can continue to produce or, reproduce articles from those RSA files that belong to all of us here at Bangari, and post and sell them all we want -beating them at their own game.
That’s the power of The Best Spinner, and the Internets appetite for unique content!
Our content spinning talent and mastery of this robot is going to eliminate the need to search for writing work, make complicated agreements, follow obscure and ambiguous directions, deal with black-hat SEOers, scope creep and other b.s. until we are done and it’s time to beg for the money we earned.
We are going to loudly place spun out articles on Bangari Content Gallery, and other places. These will come from all the RSA files we are currently sitting on ($5,000 worth) as well as new content we produce and spin, along with the articles we did for the content farms. The goal is to have big RSA files on as many keywords as possible. We will add to these RSAs, always adding fresh multi-media, and draw spun out articles from them to post for revenue and sell -indefinitely.
This enables the businesses that need the content to “find us” instead. Like the way it’s done at Constant Content. The kick in the nuts to the black-hat SEOers, is that we are dominating the keywords that they are trying to base their SEO services on. The longer they wait to buy it from us, the more “link-love” it gets, so their newly produced content can’t compete. Eventually, I predict, SEOers will be booted as an unnecessary middleman, and Websites, interested in the keywords we produce content for, will come directly to us for that content -along with any collected comments on it, and all the properly aged link-love and traffic statistics.
Remember, the first pieces of competitive intelligence a company gathers is from Google, big lists of keywords associated with their business or products, to see what content is returned above the fold. The goal at Bangari, is to make our content pop up for a search of those keywords, with a big “FOR SALE” sign hanging on it. There are a few ways that content can be sold, that benefit the purchaser in different ways, but who cares. This is the basic gist of it. As individuals, when a client likes our particular “voice” or commentary on an article, that client can request that author to “direct” the customization of their content. That author would become the project manager for that exchange. This gets them an extra 10% on top of whatever spinning/content production word count they delegate, as well as on what they produce themselves.
If they “sell the job” then they get another 10% sales commish. It’s not money for nothing, believe me and anyone else who has managed a project, or negotiated with a client. Right Sally? lol
With the MB Project, things went bad when the job was given and then taken away, and payment stopped. However, I fixed Mike Ber’s ass when I posted all the content, until he decided to play fair, and honor his word… This established the way we will transfer our content for money from now on. It will be posted on Bangari until the entire contract is complete, to both party’s satisfaction. Then, it will be removed and reposted where the client desires, with a link from Bangari. We will leave a ‘teaser’ and the keywords. This will make the link ‘contextual’ and worth about as much, or more than the content itself.
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