Where Can I get Affordable SEO Content Fast?


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Isn’t this the question of the 21st century.

We like everything fast and automated. And we want it cheap. There is definitely a best way to buy cheap content. But it's important that you consider why you want to content and what you expect to get out of the content.

Do you want to SEO content to pay you back?

Do you want the content to drive traffic into your site?

Do you want it to triple or quadruple your investment?

If the answer is yes and yes, then you should be asking: How do I buy content with the right ROI.

The answer to this question is by investing in quality and not paying too much for it.

First let's look at some reasons that cheap content is so bad for business.

What is Spun Content?

Unfortunately, when it comes to SEO content, instant, automated & cheap are very likely to have the opposite of your intended effect, even getting you penalized by Google.

There are some tools attempting to create automated SEO content for those on a tight budget, but the results have been disasterous. Sometimes called “article spinners”, these sites, scrape (copy) the content from a popular site and then change out the words for synonyms in an attempt to “trick” search engines into thinking the content is new and unique.

As a linguist, polyglot and writer, I’ll tell you that human language is very delicate. A native speaker can immediately identify when someone is using one of these programs or they think you’re just a very bad writer in whatever language the program is writing in. They will click away.

This, ultimately, does not help your SEO, because Google will ‘flag” your site as poor quality if people click and then flee. These sites make claims to the contrary, but I’ve personally seen their work and the tragic results for businesses.

You can easily google the actual sites, so I won’t list any here.

If I buy a lot of cheap SEO content will it improve my ranking?

It might help for a short time, but when people see bad content they leave. You are not engaging customers. They will not want to buy what you're selling. And eventually Google will penalize your site for being poor quality. If you are paying $.04/wd for lots of bad content, you are paying too much.

I can't afford quality content. What do I do?

You can afford quality content. What you really need is affordable but quality SEO content. The word “quality” is unnecessary here, because content is not *Optimized* (the O in SEO stands for optimized) if it isn’t quality.

The most affordable way to get this kind of content is to find a SEO blog writer who provides bulk content for a discount.

A little known secret in content is that some independent content writers are willing to come down on their prices when they are writing a lot of content for one client as long as the content is on similar topics, similar styles, etc.

They can do this because when you write the same topics again and again, your writing gets faster because you’ve already done the research on the topic and know what you want to say. It’s like anything in life: practice makes perfect.

You can get as much as 40-50% off their regular prices this way.

If this is what you really want, I would urge you to check out our pricing packages, where you can save a lot of money buy buying in bulk. Best of luck with your SEO business adventures.

~Leigh


Leigh Clayborne is a Hubspot certified freelance content marketing / SEO content writer & strategist with 10 years healthcare management experience on 15+ years creating content. She is a strong proponent of creating the right customer experience to meet business goals.

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