ContentFly

Hire a writer for your business for only $250/mo

2.8/5
About

ContentFly lets you get high-quality writing, on-demand for your business, for a flat fee of $250/month. After signing up, you'll be assigned a writer (or writer(s)) that fits your industry and your brand voice. You can request articles, revisions, etc. whenever you want from your dashboard.

Would you recommend this product?

I ordered 2 articles about merit-based recruiting. Both 2000 words, SEO-based, very good quality, fits the tone of our business blog, and were delivered on time.

Pros:

Great quality of articles, fast delivery, very good communication with the Contentfly team

Cons:

Everything's been great so far! I absolutely love this product

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Senior Designer, UPenn

Paying a subscription fee for writing is a terrible idea. How much are the actual writers possibly making off of this? A 250/mo per customer, it's not enough.

Pros:

I guess this is really cheap

Cons:

Devalues writing and the content creation process

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Been using ContentFly for a while now and most of my businesses online blog content is now produced by them.

Biggest time saver for me is not having to hunt for writers and being able to get a consistent quality of content from them.

Pros:

Love the pricing and quality of articles.

Cons:

They're new, so still some bugs here and there.. nothing major.

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Marketing @ MainStreet

I'm hesitant to trust a company that is blatantly paying for reviews on Mechanical Turk. 🚫

Pros:

Never used it.

Cons:

Paid for positive reviews on Mechanical Turk.

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Requesting articles is easy. The articles are of pretty good quality considering. There isnt much in the app right now, but they're working on it so I'm keeping watch.

Pros:

Straightforward and easy to use

Cons:

Kinda barebones

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If you care about consistent quality, don't use it.

Pros:

Cheap

Cons:

Inconsistent quality. Some of the content provided are total garbage.

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What a joke! I tried the free trial of a 1000 word blog post and it was utter garbage. I believe it was written by a 8th grade teenager. The customer service support and platform is horrible. Avoid at all costs.
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Professional columnist. WP geek at:

You'll be working for less than 1 dollar per hour. Good luck!

Pros:

Nicely developed website

Cons:

Ridiculously cheap

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Learning tools + Organising thought
I think you're assuming that a content writer is gonna be working for just one client through the month. If content writers were to be working an 8 hour day, they could handle several clients. And it appears that there's a soft word limit above which they would charge extra.
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Zoho

Very much interesting to interact with those writers and they really have high quality of talents.

Pros:

Very good content writers, upon which topic you need to tell and have the best result. Really use you can get much better result.

Cons:

I don't feel much cons

cashier

n/a ..

Pros:

amazing

Cons:

none

Founder of @getsmartchat

Everything works as according to the site and the quality is good and has met my expectations.😍 I do have feedback to better the user visual experience but the fact that everything works i can't complain. I would highly recommend it to everyone to try! They offer a 14 day trial you really got nothing to lose. Feel free to ask me any questions

Pros:

Simple, Affordable, On Demand

Cons:

None at the moment

The quality of the copy produced by this service is terribly inconsistent. I would say it varies wildly from pedestrian to complete garbage. Also, the backend dashboard is a little bare; the UI doesn't effectively manage the word budget or interactions with specific writers. Better off using Fiverr; the quality isn't much better.
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Product
Content quality is very inconsistent, as you randomly get matched to writers. I tried a couple of reps and found that I couldn't get remotely close to the quality I expected, when I requested a refund of my first 4000 words (per their guarantee), they not only ignored my request, but they also had no way for me to self-serve cancellation for future months - I got charged for another month, and support is still ignoring me, so I might keep getting charged monthly