Outsourcing Content Solutions

Below are a few of the content outsourcing options I use personally and recommend. Please know these include affiliate links, which means we may earn a small commission on referred sales.

Fiverr

Look, at the end of the day it really comes down to what you need. I’ve been able to find some really good content writers on Fiverr. You may have to try a few to find the one/s you feel most comfortable with, in terms of delivery, communication, and quality. But that’s the case for any outsource writing service.

A few tips for finding great writers on Fiverr;

  • Ask questions!
  • Ask for samples and actually take the time to read them (many people don’t!).
  • Pay attention to how well they communicate. Do they give short answers or do they elaborate on them? What about their grammar?

 

iNeedArticles

I’ve been ordering content from them for the last 3 years. I’ve had mostly good experiences with their writers and quality. I say mostly because, as I said, nothing is ever perfect, no matter which service you use. I realized that in the beginning, I had to be a little more specific as to what I wanted and what exactly I was looking for.

They now offer a premium content option, which again depending on what your needs are, this could be useful. For instance, I use the premium content option when I want to do less editing in the end, or if I want to make sure the quality is greater when done.

I’ve ordered well over 150 articles from them and still do!

Grammarly

Although this is NOT an outsource content service, it is, however, an invaluable tool to have once you get that content back from writers.

Naturally, you’ll have to do some editing, spell checks, and making sure the content was not plagiarized, right? That’s where this tool can help.