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Springzo

Get unlimited written content for $199 / month

2.9/5
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Springzo provides unlimited content written by expert content writers for a flat monthly fee! Place a request for the content you need (share the topic / outline / bullet points / audio recording / reference article) and receive professionally written content in your brand’s voice within 4-5 days.

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FinTech enthusiast

Just doing some math, writers are probably making 1-2 cents/word. That's insulting and devalues the writing profession. I can't imagine the quality you'd get from this 199/mo service for 5k words. Or which labour pool you're taking advantage of...

Pros:

Cheap?

Cons:

Devalues the profession of writing, not sure what 1 cent/word writers gets you in terms of quality

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Founder & Chief Coffee Drinker @Springzo
Hey Jacklyn, thanks for sharing this note. Here's how I think about it. If I look at it objectively, I don't think we're devaluing the profession of writing. One of the early jobs in my professional career was of a copywriter and I know what it takes to be one - a decent one. A larger pool of our writers is based out of India. They are highly proficient in the English language and grammar. Also, our moderators thoroughly vet every article that gets sent your way. P.S. I think it's a question of cost arbitrage without compromising on the quality. I know this is a kinda strange example but a loaf of fresh bread costs $2.5 in the USA. A similar, high-quality bread will cost $0.52 in India. Are we really devaluing the bread here? Nope! It's just plain ol' market economics at play!
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Fulltime traveler & product guy.

Writers aren't native speakers, so the quality isn't great (check the samples).

Pros:

Very cheap

Cons:

Indian content mill

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Founder & Chief Coffee Drinker @Springzo
BS. Let me tell you why. - You run a competing content service. - I don't think you have used our service. - Without even using the service, you generalised it as a content mill. Crux: You run a competing service + have never used Springzo... So, not sure how much of this review makes sense.
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Growth @ InfraCloud

One of the best content writers out there in the market.

Pros:

Helped us to write our best performing content

Cons:

Nothing as of now

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I have used Springzo several times over the past couple of years. Fantastic team. Highly reliable and affordable service. One of the things I have learned while building my SaaS products is, when it comes to content marketing, it's no longer about quality vs. quantity. You have to focus on both. Write one or two articles a month, and you will never be able to see organic traffic that can translate to trials and signups. I have used Springzo for blog articles and writing drip emails. Great work. Feedback: They use Airtable to manage content requests and updates. I suggest have some sort of portal/app to place content requests and get updates on the same.
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Co-Founder, The4thBlock

Have used Springzo in the past for a couple of content pieces on startups, UX and around product marketing. Top-notch content quality and illustrations.

Pros:

Cost effective and fast turn around times. Good Long form articles.

Cons:

None

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Venture Partner, Co-Power Ventures

Egregiously resold content purchased and refused to rectify.

Pros:

Good quality writing.

Cons:

Resells content that was supposed to be exclusive.

Founder & Chief Coffee Drinker @Springzo
@boydjones Hi Boyd. Thanks for your kind words on the quality of content we deliver. Having said that, I strongly refute your claim. I'm aware of each and every conversation you had with our team, and I feel what you did as a buyer was highly unprofessional. You took undue advantage of us. What was equally painful was vide your emails, you resorted to unsolicited attack on our nationality to justify your baseless allegations. To anyone reading this review, I want to share the truth, be completely transparent about what actually happened: 1. We delivered the promised content to Boyd on time. 2. His only concern was someone else published an article on a similar topic before him. Yeah, SIMILAR TOPIC. How is that fair to us? We promise to deliver articles on topics buyers share with us. 3. Boyd knew his allegation had no merit. When we asked him to share instances (proofs) to justify his claim that we resold to him/someone else the same content, HE NEVER REPLIED BACK. In the interest of full transparency, here's the article we shared with Boyd and the one he alleged we resold: → The article we wrote for Boyd: https://docs.google.com/document... (we sent him this article on June 6). → The article Boyd mentioned we resold: https://www.india-briefing.com/n... (this article was published on June 7. BTW, up until we received the email from Boyd, we knew nothing about India Briefing or its existence). 4. If you fundamentally look at Boyd's argument, everyone who reviews a product is plagiarism because they are ESSENTIALLY TALKING ABOUT THE SAME PRODUCT. Similarly, if anyone talks of gender diversity at workplaces, they are reselling content because, one, they are talking about the same thing and two, their arguments talk about healthy culture, inspires innovation, etc. Or any two sites that talk about the pros and cons of medicine or organic food is plagiarism.
I would definitely recommend trying out Springzo. Good quality, prompt deliveries, and practically zero hassles in ordering and getting content you want.
B2B Consultant
Professionally run service, great customer focus