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We require an advertorial to be written for a real estate agent publication. Written in third person, the advertorial profiles a successful sale of our real estate agent clients, to encourage potential vendors to list their homes with our clients,

The advertorial will be based on the answers to a one page questionnaire provided by the real estate agent. The advertorial is to be approximately 470 words in length, and will be featured on page 1 and 3 of the newsletter.

We are willing to pay $50 AUD including GST per advertorial

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Wendy R.
Joined Oct 2015
Submitted 23 Oct 2015 at 02:21
Expired 3 years ago
Average bid $55.67

Mark Hodgetts

Hi I am a full time writer who does a lot of this type of work for a variety of businesses. My writing is clear, concise and compelling

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Tighter Writer

Hello.

It would be my pleasure to write your advertorial.

I am a well qualified and professional writer, editor and proofreader, with plenty of experience in Australian, US and British English. As an independent, solo freelancer, I complete all work personally.

My work involves many similar tasks for business, real estate and financial institutions, and clients are always very happy with the results I produce for them.

I pay close attention to structure, style, expression and the appropriate ‘voice’ for your target audience. All work is proofread for total accuracy in punctuation, spelling, sentencing and grammar.

You are guaranteed an efficient turnaround and absolute reliability.

Best regards, TW

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SoCo Communications

Hi Wendy, Thank you for the additional information. I have written hundreds of advertorials. This is one published in The Age: SPACE EXPANDERS Space planning has long been integral to the optimal design of commercial developments. Now the residential sector is waking up to the benefits of this specialist discipline. Here, Penelope Barker speaks with Alla DeLion, Creative Director of Melbourne design practice Studiomint, about why multi-residential developers can’t afford not to use the services of a space planner.

What design services does Studiomint specialise in? We are interior designers and space planners specialising in commercial spaces and multi-residential developments. At the moment we are doing more work in multi-residential and have been asked to undertake the space planning in several projects to optimise the development as a whole. We look at different areas within the project and look at how we can add value. Space planning has been integral to the design of commercial spaces for some time. Why is it becoming essential in residential developments? Residential developers are starting to wake to the value of engaging a space planner. Residential development here in Melbourne is becoming less profitable. There are several reasons for this. Demand for inner-urban dwellings is high but there are few suitable blocks available for multi-residential building, there are also restrictions as to size of building footprint and height and the cost of building is increasing. As a result, we are seeing developers abandoning projects because they are unable to see a return on investment. With space planning being one of Studiomint’s main strengths, we see this as a huge opportunity to work with developers to recognise hidden value. We assess the space and find ways to incorporate additional space into each dwelling, so each goes up in value. On average, we can generate $350,000-500,000 additional profit per individual project by adding 7-8 per cent on average to the sale value of each dwelling. To do this, we see what common areas, such as corridors, can be reduced in size and add this space to the dwellings. This could mean the addition of a study nook or ensuite bathroom, adding to the dwelling’s value. We also look at optimising the use of materials and construction methods that are, say, less labour intensive, and give the developer more bang for their buck. When should the space planner ideally become involved in a project? Once the architect has firmed up the footprint of the building. Taking on a project that has firm plans in place is not ideal. If major changes need to be made it can be a painful process to have to go back to town planning. What projects are you currently working on that illustrate the benefits of space planning? We are currently working on a multi-residential project in Princess Street, St Kilda. The original project was abandoned as being unprofitable by a developer. Our client purchased the site and asked us to look at ways to make it profitable. We were able to generate $350,000 profit just by looking at the plans and finding ways to manipulate the internal space. Is it necessary to compromise on quality to achieve these increased values? We don’t compromise on aesthetics. To attract buyers, the space has to be comfortable and we ensure this by making sure the space flows well, not by using inferior materials or creating a lot of small, cramped rooms.

Kind regards Penny

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Warner

I have written a sample advertorial based on the filled out questionnaire on your website. I would be happy to email it you if you would like to see it. My email is kellieawarner@gmail.com

I can turn around work very quickly and write on most subjects as I can quickly get up to speed on the subject matter and write accordingly. I would be happy to take on ongoing work at $50 per piece. I have an ABN. Regards.

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Anne Cullinan

I can help you get results. As a journalist with over 20 years experience & editor of newspapers and magazines I can provide high quality & original content that is targeted to specific readers. I cut my journalistic teeth writing advertorials for real estate, retailers and service providers. I have the ability to write in several styles with accuracy, grammatically correct and proofread to eliminate any need for you to spend any time correcting copy. All web content includes keywords & SEO. I have produced newsletters, magazines, including a publication dedicated to major construction in Australia.

Examples see my portfolio

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Yellow Goblin Media
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Word on a Wire

Good afternoon. I am a freelancer based in Perth Western Australia and have written extensively about real estate. I used to write most of the real estate lift-out for The Kalgoorlie Miner Newspaper and have for many years written web-descriptions for a real estate company. I hope I can work with you too. Would you mind letting me know where you are based as I'd need to ensure there is no conflict of interest with my other real estate client. I have a Master of Arts in Professional Writing and after working in media for 24 years can write to tight deadlines.

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Jo Macarthur

I am a journalist/content producer with 5+ years experience. I have worked for several radio stations and provided content to their social media profiles and webpages.

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Zoe Kirby

Hello, I am interested in this job. I have experience witing advertorials on a day-to-day basis, currently writing for Queensland Homes magazine. Am I able to send through my resume/ portfolio for your perusal? Thank you. Zoe Kirby

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I am a professional journalist with 20 years experience. The majority of my career was with News Limited as a reporter and editor. Previous roles include real estate reporter which involved writing advertorials about properties for the real estate lift out. Kind regards.

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SoCo Communications

Hello, Is there only one advertorial or is this potentially ongoing work? I would be willing to try one but for the rate advised it would have to take less than one hour to complete. Please view www.facebook.com/SoCoCommunications to view some samples of real estate writing, best regards Penelope Barker

Wendy R.

Hi Penelope,

Thank you for your response to our writer/copywriter request.

This is potentially ongoing work. Each advertorial should take less than an hour to complete.

To assist in our selection process can you please provide us with a sample of some of your recent advertorial writing.

Our website, http://propertynews.info contains examples of the advertorials we are looking for. This website includes an example of a completed Editorial Question Sheet that you would be provided with as a starting point to write the 470 word advertorial. This advertorial is the main cover story (pg 1 and 3) of the Property News publication. If you are really keen to get this work, please write and submit to us a sample advertorial based on that sample Editorial Question Sheet.

Kind regards Wendy Robinson Newsletter House Pty Ltd

Do you require the writer to have an ABN?

Wendy R.

Yes we do require the writer to have an ABN