Building a website is only half the battle. Filling it with fresh, quality content and marketing your site makes up the other half. There are multiple ways to get content on your site:
- Write it – Without a doubt, this is the cheapest and most reliable way to get content on your site. Simply writing it yourself will guarantee that it’s original and relavent. However, keeping a website updated is hard work and can take a lot of time.
- Copy it – Copying other people’s content or reposting news articles is a surefire way to get your site filled with real content in short time. But, copying means you might be infringing on someone’s copyright(s). You’re also not really adding anything to the Internet and as a result, your site may rank really low in search engines if at all.
- Autoblog it – Autoblogging is a newer technique that allows your blog to operate on autopilot. You specify what keywords you want and how frequent you need posts. The software then scours the Internet looking for related content. I only recommend autoblogging if you’re really short on time and money, but you’re able to update your site manually from time to time. Running a site on autopilot 100% of the time gets you in the same mess as copying content.
- Buy it – There are countless websites out there that allow you to buy pre-written content pieces for use on your site copyright-free. This sounds like a great plan, except that if you can buy it, so can thousands of other people and eventually, there will be too much duplicate content floating around. Also, these articles are usually “canned” pieces and are not very personal.
- Hire it – Lastly, you can pay for content by hiring someone to write for you. This usually works by finding someone that will write articles based on your personal requirements. You tell them what to write about, how long it should be and even some keywords it needs to contain. The content is essentially tailored just for you. This is the service I perform.
The cost of content varies greatly due to a number of factors including length, image requirements, research timeframes, completion timeframes, etc. My advice is to fill out the form below to get a free quote. I will get back to you ASAP to discuss your project.
Some companies charge upwards of $499 for 100, 250-word articles. Take a look around my site and read some of my stuff. Take note of how long my content is. I average about 450 words per post. I can usually write 100 articles for about $250.