“You’ve landed on the right gig I provide amazing, dynamic and effective content.”
Should probably have a comma between “gig” and “I”.
“I am versatile and well-keep which means I can write on any topic provided it does not clash with my ethics.”
What do you mean by “Well-keep”? This doesn’t make sense, and isn’t actually a phrase. “Well kept” exists, but means tidy- it doesn’t make sense here.
“Yes, I am but I would advise you to provide any specific guidelines if possible as there may sometimes vary based on the institution or organization.”
The question starts with “can you”, so this should say “yes, I can”, not “yes, I am”.
“As there may sometimes vary”- doesn’t make sense. You could say “As there may sometimes be variations” or “as guidelines may vary”.
" I’m an actuarial science graduate, tutor for 6 years & passionate writer which means I uniquely placed to provide services that involve data entry and data analysis, risk management," Should say “I AM uniquely placed”
“I can be able to write articles, website content, blog posts among other freelance writing tasks.” Doesn’t make sense. You could say “I can write articles” or “I am able to write articles”.
These are just from your SEO gig- you might want to consider hiring a proofreader to check your gigs and profile for a more in depth analysis of all of your content.
Your grasp of English is great as a non-native speaker! But it’s not strong enough to be advertising gigs as an English writer- your level of proficiency isn’t at even a native high school level due to the errors in grammar and lack of necessary punctuation in certain areas. I would recommend sticking to advertising your other services such as with maths and science, or writing in your native language, as any native or fluent speakers who are looking for writers in English will be able to tell almost immediately that the level isn’t up to par.