Scribble

An on demand blog-writing subscription for $499/mo ๐Ÿ“

Scribble is an unlimited blog-writing subscription for brands. We're the easiest way to automate your blog.

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Hey PH ๐Ÿ‘‹ Scribble is an unlimited writing subscription for brands starting at $99/mo. We help startups, indie hackers, and brands write high quality blogs to attract attention to their products. Writing a blog is a great way to improve SEO and bring in long-term targeted traffic. Blogs are hard work though. You canโ€™t just write one post, you have to constantly maintain and update it. Writing one well-researched blog post can take up to 20 hours. Maintaining a quality blog for your company can take 100 hours a month. Why do that yourself? Scribble puts your blog on autopilot. We write useful, relevant blog posts and newsletters designed for your target audience. Hereโ€™s how it works: 1. Send us a prompt or a loose idea of what you want written 2. We spend a few days researching and outlining your blog post, then share a rough draft with you 3. We work with you to refine this draft to perfection 4. You publish the post on your blog 5. Repeat While our competitors outsource their work overseas to people who donโ€™t speak native English, everyone on our team is a native English speaker based in the US. We're able to keep our costs sustainable by streamlining backend operations with softwareโ€“โ€“not by cutting corners on quality. Weโ€™ll be here all day to answer questions! Thanks! โ€“โ€“ Matt, Daniel, & Aaron
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Also cc @vinrob as Scribble is essentially ManyPixels for writing ๐Ÿ™‚
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@juhaszhenderson Wow super compelling proposition - can you tell us more about who actually does the writing and how you vet them? Also - could you conduct interviews on behalf of companies? ๐Ÿง
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@abadesi Thanks! We have a team of 3 writers with experience in content & marketing roles in tech. We've all collaborated on projects before, so our ops are pretty smooth. One is a contributing writer at USA Today and wrote for James Altucher, another worked on content at Giphy & Hearst, another won creative writing awards at Columbia! We could totally conduct interviews on behalf of companies. That's not the core use-case we designed for, but could definitely make that work!
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@juhaszhenderson your product sounds awesome! can you tell more about the topics you work with, who owns the content, how long are the articles, and what are the limitations regarding where it can be posted?
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@kay_larina Thanks! We can write about practically everything (sports to music to business to technology), and can even write creative pieces like poetry. You own the content! We can write articles as long as youโ€™d like them (most are between 800 and 2,000 words). And you can post the content wherever youโ€™d like! Thanks for the questions! ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ
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Unlimited request does not mean unlimited content ( which would be mega unrealistic anyway)

A content research takes 3-5 business days (their words) and let's assume it takes another 2 business days to approve the draft. So if 1 article takes more than a week then it means you can only get 3-5 articles written for 499 USD.

Please correct me if I'm wrong. And if I'm wrong your web copy should be modified since it is the source of my assumptions.

Pros:

Sounds good

Cons:

I think they are playing with words with their proposal

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The unlimited model is interesting in that it always has rules to prevent overuse. Like how early Netflix allows unlimited rentals BUT they only sent the DVD after the first one was returned. In this case, the one job at a time rule + standard research time + revisions etc means the maths is easier to work out for them and they could budget for each article earning a minimum of $99 and will pick up bonus days if you don't schedule your next job straight away, if you're on holiday when revision requests are sent back etc. The bonus days mean the per-job cost can increase. Hope this helps.
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Hey @kaan_aksoy1! Okay to clear the air here: Researching, outlining, and writing your post takes up to 3-5 days. The time it takes really depends on how long you want the post, and how technical you need the writing. Revision process takes as long as you want. Technically you don't even need to do revisions with us if you'd rather just maximize the number of posts you want written. This period is also a buffer for us to ensure quality as we're a new service (and quality is our main focus right now). If we can write a post for you in 3 hours we'll send it in 3 hours. Really, all Scribble is is an on demand team of elite US-based writers that can take care of all your writing for you. I'm adapting our copy to make this more clear. PS: Leaving negative reviews on new products like ours is actually really harmful to our business. This could have easily been a commentโ€“โ€“especially since you haven't used our product. I don't think reviews are intended to be reviews of landing page copy, but rather the quality of the product after usage.
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Impressed by the efficiency of your team. Keep shipping!
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Awesome idea, keep them coming!
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I am so pumped to share Scribble with the world!
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