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My freelancer produced an awful standard of work.

colettelewis
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Nichola L Member Since: Mar 13, 2015
21 of 22

Stephen if you want a cookbook that sells, you need recipes that work by cooks who know what they are doing, and  photos and genuine reviews ("This was the best lasagne ever" etc.). 

 

This sort of thing takes time, practical experience, knowledge and 1000 other things. Believe me, you should look for another "best-selling" tactic. Jamie Oliver may look easy, but he sure as hell sweated his way to the top. 

 

Pay your freelancer. He doesn't know diddly from squat, and neither do you - cookery-wise. 

bobafett999
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Prashant P Member Since: Sep 29, 2015
22 of 22

@Nichola L wrote:
 

Pay your freelancer. He doesn't know diddly from squat, and neither do you - cookery-wise. 


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