Content marketing may be the marketing wunderkind of 2019, but that doesn’t make it easy. Giving our leads enough value to turn them into customers comes with a couple of caveats –namely, having a steady flow of content.
Why? Because content marketing is at least 75% SEO, and in order to rank for your chosen terms, you need a constant flow of content published on your domain.
Now, if you’re juggling ten roles at your business, you probably can’t chug out content like your marketing depends on it. However, you can hire a writer.
We’ve covered the main places where you can hire a writer before. Today, we’re reviewing the most popular content writing services you can try in 2019.
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ContentFly markets itself as the “Uber” for content which would be true if Uber drove you around as much as you’d like for just $250/month. Since it’s a content subscription service, you’re guaranteed 4000 words per month. This definition is pretty flexible, so you can order 4 blog posts with each being 1000 words, or one in-depth 4000-word case study.
ContentFly understands the modern demands for content creation (Google bots really are insatiable), and covers all of your SEO content needs for a flat fee each month. Research, royalty-free images, and unlimited revisions are all included in the standard plan.
And since ContentFly leverages economies of scale to find the best industry writers, you’re getting a high-quality copywriting service at a very affordable rate. Customers describe ContentFly as: “The missing link for getting badass content out with ease and professionalism,” and here’s our quick breakdown of the service:
- High-quality, personalized content published in Forbes, WSJ, and INC
- Quick turnaround
- Unlimited revisions and royalty-free images included
- 14-day money-back guarantee
- Simple, customer-friendly process.
- ContentFly is still growing and improving, but the team is available 0-24 to help you out
Since it’s no longer enough to just publish one piece of content per month, ContentFly is a great service that’ll fuel your 2019 content strategy for a flat monthly fee.
Crowd Content are big on marketing themselves as a scalable content writing service. If you need 10 articles every day, they’ll provide it. And much like any other content mill, they know how to please algorithms and people.
They offer everything that comes in writing: product descriptions, copywriting service, white papers, blog posts, metadata, social media posts, etc. If it includes words, they’ve got it. You can use their self-serve platform to connect with over 5,000 writers, and find the right one for you. They vet and tag their writers based on their unique areas of expertise.
Additionally, if you need a writer who’ll write in your dialect (UK English, Australian English, US English), you’ll be able to find them on Crowd Content. However, customers rate Crowd Content with 3.5/5, and here’s why:
- Fast turnaround
- Huge pool of writers (you’re probably going to find someone professional even if you’re selling popcorn)
- Pre-vetted writers
- Self-serve platform (you have to manually select a writer)
- Rates depend on the writer (0.08c/word for an average-quality writer)
- No guarantee of project completion
If you want hands-off, personalized content creation, keep looking.
Content Writers is a content writing service from New York, and like many others, they focused on the scale.
They offer content such as: blog posts, email newsletters, white papers, press releases, and many others depending on your unique needs. The same goes for your industry – you can request an industry-specific writer to work with you.
One of the main benefits of Content Writers is the topic marketplace. If you don’t want a custom article, you can buy a pre-written one that hasn’t been published yet. Customers rate Content Writers with 4 out of 5 stars, and this is our quick breakdown of their blogging service:
- Industry-specific writers
- Different services for individuals, businesses, and agencies
- Custom plans
- 100% money-back guarantee
- Relatively expensive ($110 for a 300-500 word blog post)
- Slow turnaround (3-5 days)
Not the best choice for businesses who don’t want to risk hundreds of dollars until they find the right writer.