Standard Blog Post

A standard blog post is our mid-level blog post offering. Meant for non-technical topics that require general research and need a medium amount of understanding of the subject matter.

Use Case: These posts are primarily used for general company branding, content marketing, and link building.

 

From: $8.25

How to Order

Step 1 – Choose the word count, as well as any of the optional add-ons you’d like from the Blog Post Options section. Then, select a quantity and click “Add to cart.”

Step 2 – Once you check out, a simple order form will be emailed to you.

Step 3 – Please fill out and send back the form with the necessary information that we need to write your blog posts, such as topic, keywords and special instructions.

… And That’s It!

Once we receive your order, we will get it processed and written. Once the content writing is complete, we’ll email you the finished content. Typical turn times are 7-10 business days.

What are you waiting for? Give it a try!

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Product Description

Standard blog posts are meant for topics or keywords that require general research and are non-technical. Technical industries such as legal, financial, medical, etc. are better suited for our Pro Blog Post option, as they require more in-depth research and understanding.

Standard blog posts are best served for general industries and are written by our medium-tier writing teams. Standard blog posts can focus on service or product offerings/features for general industries.

Standard blog posts can be SEO optimized to include a keyword or keyword phrase of your choice. As with everything else we write, a standard blog post is written from scratch at the time of your order.

Standard blog posts are limited to up to 3,000 words. If you need blog posts longer than 3,000 words, please contact us for custom pricing.

FAQs

What does "general research" mean?

Answer: “General research” means that the writer will search to gather a medium amount of information about the subject. General research may include citations to sources or statistics. If citations to sources or statistics is a must, check out our Pro Blog Post writing service.

What does "general industries" mean?

Answer: General industries include common services or products. For example: clothing, shoes, plumbing, home repair, etc. If you need content for a more technical industry, check out our Pro Blog Post writing service.

What does "SEO optimized" mean?

Answer: If a keyword or keyword phrase is provided, our writers will optimize the content by strategically including the keyword a few times within the content.

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Standard Blog Post Samples

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Judge by Age

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• Is the roof properly ventilated?
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