Why Buy Content?
Professional, SEO-friendly content is vital for the success of any website. Whether you’re looking to improve traffic, promote a new product, or increase conversion on your website, it starts with great content. Here is a list of the content we offer at Scripted:
A standard blog post lets you dive into a topic in a bit more detail than you would be able to with a short blog post. Standard blog posts are short enough to still be mobile-friendly and reader-friendly.
They're also just long enough for you to devote special attention to a topic. You have the opportunity to inject extra value into a post that helps make it unique, shareable, and valuable to readers. With navigational aids such as numbered lists, bullet points and headers, standard blog posts can be informative and engaging. Learn more
When something notable happens in your business, you want to announce it, whether it is an awesome new hire or the lowdown on an annual event you're sponsoring. However, press releases aren't just about sending something to PRNewswire for media attention. They are also a way for you to market on Facebook, Twitter, and on your blog. A single press release can lead to multiple Twitter, Facebook and website posts, and that can build your SEO and overall web presence.
Press releases are also a great way to appear professional. When customers, clients and job applicants research you, your website gives a good impression if you have a slate of well-written and informative press releases. Learn more
The most valuable pages on your website are often landing pages. You may set one up for a marketing campaign, perhaps touting the benefits of, say, massage therapy, with a call to action at the end. That call to action can lead to you netting email subscribers and newsletter subscribers or even e-commerce sales. You could also get potential customers to download a free trial or product demo.
Each and every page on your website should be as up-to-date and engaging as possible, with ample opportunities for customers to take actions such as contacting you, signing up for an email newsletter or following you on social media. Learn more
Often, it isn't enough to just have a gleaming picture of your product above its name. How can customers use the product? Why will they benefit? Who is this product for? What material is the product made of?
A product description answers these questions, puts customers in the mindset of using the product and, ideally, leads to a sale. The description should truly be useful, simple and enjoyable. Nothing turns a customer off more than fluff and generic terms such as "very," so specific language, bullet points, images and a clever title can be the difference in a customer buying from you versus going elsewhere.
The last two paragraphs, and all the other product descriptions on the left there were written by Kelly S on Scripted. This paragraph wasn't. Learn more
For many businesses, landing new customers is the easy part. It's getting them to come back that proves tricky. Continuing to give them useful content via blog posts, tweets and Facebook posts are great tactics in a multifaceted strategy, and email newsletters are an important part as well. They can announce promotions that drive sales and give customers content they might otherwise not receive.
Email newsletters are also a way to gain new customers. A blog post or landing page could have a call to action at the end enticing customers to sign up for the newsletter. From there, it should only be a matter of time before a prospective customer converts into an actual customer. Learn more
Transcriptions need to be accurate and created quickly. For the sake of posterity, hiring an experienced, professional transcriptionist can be a vital service for any business.
Attorneys and doctors who need to transcribe their notes, podcast creators in need of episode transcripts, or attendees of important business meetings are all examples of people in need of a professional transcriptionist. Learn more
Social media is where many of your customers are, and they'd love to engage with you, share your content and get the word out about your business. But first, you have to give them the opportunity to do those kinds of things. That's where Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram posts come in. They can tease a blog post on your website and link to the post, or they could be a riff on a funny meme going around.
You can pose questions to your followers, run contests or share photos of your work "behind the scenes." Social media posts give you a chance to expose your content to a larger audience and build a community of loyal customers. Learn more
Videos have emerged as a valuable way to reach prospects and grow your audience. Developing a presence on YouTube can give you an edge over your competitors and help you showcase your business in a new way. If you're trying to get more DIYers to use your services, a video tutorial enhances your brand awareness and positions you as a trusted educational resource.
Before you can shoot a video, though, you need a script that's written in jargon-free English and that makes sense when spoken aloud. If you already have a script but it's not quite right and needs polish, getting outside professional help could be the difference maker. Learn more
We offer a wide array of content forms and styles, but sometimes our customers have unique needs that don’t fit into any pre-packaged offer. Our custom projects allow you to set the specific parameters and our writers will send you proposals based on those parameters.
Custom projects is our way of saying there is no job too big, too small, or too weird for our talented team of writers. And as with all our offers, satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. If it’s not exactly what you’re looking for, you don’t pay. Learn more
Many business owners are experts in their industries, but writing, especially for the web, does not come naturally. So you know what you want to say, you just don’t know how to say it in an SEO-friendly and reader-friendly way. You can submit your content to our writers and they will send you proposals on how they will improve it and get it web ready.
You choose the proposal that sounds perfect for you and before you know it your website, blog, newsletter or video script will have the professional level quality your competitors could only dream of. Learn more
How Does Content Benefit Your Business?
Writing content has many benefits for business, including:
- Building Authority
- Building Trust
- Increasing Traffic
- Growing Email List
- Brand Awareness
- Attracting Influencers
- Increasing Engagement
- Improving Conversions
- Promoting Content
Browse Top Content Writers
Scripted has highly-vetted content writers across a variety of industries. Here are just a few of our top content writers.
Tiffany Garden has 18 years of copywriting, technical writing, and content marketing experience. Her industry and market segment specializations include B2B, B2C, SaaS, cloud computing, consumer technology, mobile, CRM, CMS, UC, ERP, real estate, digital marketing, lifestyle, and nonprofit topics. She enjoys creating approachable and understandable technology content across all skill levels, from the non-IT audience to the high tech crowd. Her favorite types of content to work on include white papers, ebooks and long-form blog posts. Tiffany is Hubspot Inbound Marketing Certified, HubSpot Content Marketing Certified, HubSpot Email Marketing Certified, CoSchedule Content Marketing Certified, CompTIA A+ Certified, and Cat First Aid/CPR certified. She especially appreciates anyone who loves the Oxford comma. When she's not writing, Tiffan...Customer Ratings:
Krista graduated from the University of Guelph where she studied psychology and neuroscience. Still active in her research, she now focuses on all aspects of health — both mental and physical. Based on her strong research skills, she is confident in a wide range of topics. Her specialties are health, nutrition, neuroscience, and business. She also owns a small business, which is most certainly her creative outlet!Customer Ratings:
After writing as a hobby during high school, Curtis transitioned to journalism and professional copywriting. He earned a degree in psychology and another in criminal justice from Augusta University in 2010. He went on to gain an MPA degree and graduate certificate in disaster management. These degrees were research-intensive, and he participated in several out-of-state conferences where he presented original research. This experience helped to craft impeccable investigative and analytical skills. Since that point, he's written everything from legal articles to eBay purchasing guides. Curtis has worked heavily in product descriptions as well. In addition to copywriting, he's handled the social media marketing for RV Four Seasons and Dads That Cook (PBS show). Most recently, he performed social media marketing for "Hillbilly Horror S...Customer Ratings:
Catherine Lovering is a freelance writer with bylines on Healthline, Interest.com, IvyExec.com, and Paste. Her areas of expertise include health, consumer information, personal finance, legal marketing, small business, individual and corporate taxation, insurance, Canadian tax law, Canadian consumer finance, digital marketing, content marketing, fitness, and public policy. She holds an LLB (JD) from the University of Victoria.Customer Ratings:
A freelance writer since 2010, Nick has experience and expertise across a range of topics, having written everything from travel guides and how-to articles to clothing descriptions and personal finance pieces. Possessing an incredible ability to understand client needs and connect the dots, Nick is able to deliver content that meets expectations and offers solid return on investment. A lifelong writer and reader, Nick honed his craft at Boston College, where he majored in English Literature. Outside of writing, Nick enjoys an afternoon cup of tea, traveling the world, playing the stock market, and watching NBA basketball.Customer Ratings:
How It Works
Gain access to thousands of expert content writers by joining Scripted. Your first month is always free! Add experienced content writers to your team and use our powerful platform.
Describe Your Content Writing Needs
When you're ready with an idea for content that you want written, create a project. The platform offers simple tools that you can use to describe your project for potential content writers. You don’t have to use all of the tools, but we recommend it.
Invite-only Projects: Over time, you might find that you prefer the work of a few content writers. At that point, you can configure your projects as "invite-only" and invite specific content writers who have impressed you.
Review Job Proposals
Content writers will see the project and propose their unique ideas. Start one or more job proposals that you like most.
Receive First Draft
Within a week you’ll have a draft to review. You can accept it immediately or request a round of edits. Scripted’s in-line review and approve platform makes providing feedback and requesting revisions simple.
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