Is WordAgents The Right SEO Content Service For You? With David Peterson
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Bryan Collins
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Sep 19, 2022
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Years ago, I worked as a freelance writer producing my content exclusively. These days, I still write articles for the websites I run, but I also employ several writers to create content for me on topics outside my areas of expertise.To scale a content website, you need to publish more articles and blog posts, and it's impossible to write them all yourself.When you dive into a niche, you'll quickly find many untapped keywords, topics, and ideas on which you should publish content to scale up your traffic and hopefully increase your revenue.Your options include hiring freelance writers using a service like Upwork or perhaps advertising on the ProBlogger Jobs board, or outsourcing to a content agency.One agency that I've used for my content websites is called context, at the time of recording this interview, you could order 1,000 words, about the length of a standard article, for $114 and 10,000 words for $810. The more you order, the greater the discount.If you're running a website and need content on topics you're not an expert in, I'd encourage you to consider using an agency like WordAgents.I wanted to understand a little more about how they produce content and help writers understand what it's like working for a company like WordAgents.So this week, I caught up with David Peterson. He's based in Boston and is the Chief Operating Officer of WordAgents.In this episode, we discuss:

  • How WordAgents produce content
  • How many writers WordAgents employ
  • What it's like to work for a company like WordAgents
  • The role of AI in content publishing
  • The value of a writing portfolio vs. academic qualification
  • WordAgents' new money-back guarantee if they don't produce your content in 7 days (per 10,000 words)


Website: WordAgents

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