No matter what type of online business or service you are going to provide, you must have content. Content has quickly changed over the past decade, as the internet has moved from a core focus of SEO and search traffic, to social media, and now mobile and viral based content. It doesn’t matter which traffic source you are focusing on to get visitors to your site and eventually convert them into high-quality leads, what does matter is that you are producing the right amount of content for your audience.
A perfect example of this would be if you were a blogger with an affiliate niche site that needs to have data-rich articles or simply have a celebrity gossip site that focused on short articles and quick views. The limitation here is that content creation takes a lot of time, and if you are better are marketing or monetizing your content, you should be focusing your best talents elsewhere.
The good news is that there are plenty of options for when it comes to creating content online. The first is that you can do is yourself (free, but time-consuming), another option is to hire a full-time writer (expensive), and sometimes the best option is to simply outsource your work to an online writing marketplace (recommended by many top content creators).
Today we are going to look at one such content marketplace, Contentmart – an all-in-one solution for connecting those in need for content, with thousands of content writers around the world.
While there are many options for outsourcing and creating content online, not all of them will be able to fulfill or offer access to enough writers to make it a worthwhile process. In the case of Contentmart, they’ve already built their platform and marketplace to not only work seamlessly with connecting those in need for content, to thousands of writers around the world, they’ve also amassed more than 50k active writers on the site — all with detailed demographic/writing skills targeting in place.
The way Contentmart works is quite simple. You are visiting the site for one of two reasons;
Contentmart will walk you through the process for either option, and it’s very simple to get setup with either option.
In this review, we are going to be looking at Contentmart for strictly outsourcing content through their platform.
As a client (ordering content) of Contentmart, there are no additional fees. You will simply create or login to your account, post a writing job and pay for it to be completed on a simple rate per word (we cover this in detail below). There is a 20% fee that takes place on the writer side, and this covers the writing service, checks all writing for plagiarism and also offers a 100% refund if the client isn’t happy with the completed work.
As mentioned earlier, one of the biggest advantages to using a site like Contentmart, is the massive directory of writers they currently have on their site. You can view through all of their 50,000+ talented copywriters when logged into your account, or you can see a quick screenshot below to see how it looks.
What should immediately stand out is the detailed profile that each writer on the site has. For example, if you look at any individual writer, you will see their reviews, star rating, how many orders they’ve completed, their English skill level and also their category expertise and a portfolio of their past work.
On the right side of the page, you will also find a menu that allows you to sort through all writers based on their expertise, such as automotive, banking, gaming, online marketing and more. This is a great place to start if you already have a niche focused site, then you can view all relevant writers based on their skills and work history.
You will also notice that many of the writers are from India. With 50,000+ writers in their directory, there is no doubt you will find a writer that fits the needs of your content and audience, but you will also find that having access to such a massive directory of writers can also provide you with quality content at much lower prices than the competition.
As with all outsourced content writing, you are likely going to pay for the quality of your content and how many words each article will consist of. This is exactly how Contentmart is also setup, plus there are no additional fees along the way.
Before placing an order through Contentmart, you will need to make sure you account is funded. This can be done through Paypal or credit card. Once in place, you can then walk through the ordering process, which will also allow you to create content orders based on the following rate card.
Each writer will fall into one of four categories, based on their writing skills and previous work. The more you are willing to pay a writer, the higher skills they will have. With English always being in demand, this is one of the biggest differences between a “Standard” writer and “Verified” or “Hand Picked” — which can also be seen in the “per word” rate.
At the beginning of the article, I talked about the many different types of content on the internet today. Some might be used for your main website and to provide value to your audience, while other content might be used for guest blogging, excerpts, link building or simply as filler content. For your best websites and content that is going to be read by a real audience, it would be best to go with a “Hand Picked” writer. If you are looking for ‘filler’ content that likely isn’t going to be read or associated with your brand, a “Standard” or “Experienced” writer can get the job done while also saving you a lot of money in the process.
The minimum order amount per article is $3, and as you can see in the screenshot above, you are simply paying for how many words you would like your article to be. A 500-word article from a “Standard” writer will only cost you $5, while a high-end “Hand Picked” writer will cost $35 for the same amount of words.
To get started, all you need to do is register for an account. Be sure to confirm your email address afterward, so you can gain full access to the site.
Once logged into your account, you will then be sent to your main dashboard area and see everything you would need to become an active customer of the site. You will also see a quick walkthrough of how to place an order, which is as simple as “Post an order > Choose a writer > Review content >Project complete”.
Clients also have access to the Contentmart affiliate program, which pays a 10% commission on all referred customers. If you were to refer a new client that did $10,000 in content orders, you would receive a nice $1,000 commission simply for making the introduction.
Now let’s move onto the actual order creation process.
This is pretty simple and straightforward, as you just need to fill in the details of your order and select the demographics and targeting options for the type of writers you would like to use. Fill in as much information about your “Order details”, as this will make sure the completed work is close to your expectations.
Next, you would select a deadline, category, expertise, and language. Again, the more accurate and detailed you can be with these selections, the better your final work will be. The option is also there (further down the page) to add any SEO requests you might have. If you aren’t already actively using keywords and SEO best practices within your content writing, it would be a great idea to start now.
When placing your order, don’t forget to use discount code: “CONTENT10” to get 10% extra cash on the wallet recharge of $100 or above.
All orders processed through Contentmart will also be checked against Copyscape for plagiarism. This keeps both you and the writers safe at all times.
One of the greatest things about running a business on the internet is that there are so many ways to automate and outsource different components of your site. For some, content writing will be something they need to handle personally, while others will outsource as much as possible. Everyone will have their own preference. For those times when you are looking to outsource your content creation or maybe even bring in a new team of writers for your site, be sure to check out Contentmart to easily and affordably get the job done.
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