15 Nov 2006

SEO Content Creation: WBP Website Content Writers. A CEO Post.

CEO Post:
We’re still working on the new webuildpages.com this week, but I thought I’d share some information about our new SEO content creation services.

Everyone should know that the secret to ranking high in the search engines comes though a combination of Links and Content, thus it only makes sense to work at both.

I’ve been greedy in that since last summer I’ve had our writers write over 17,000 pages of content for our own sites and for our clients, but I’ve yet to fully release the service publicly – until now.

I think one of the biggest advantage over our content creation competitors is that we’ve worked with over 200 writers so far, and that we’ve narrowed this list down to about 50 of the best content writers now. We’ve also had our writers list the topics they know about and enjoy writing about for us, listed in order of their preferences. We then hand out our orders to those we feel will do the best job for us/you based on this information.

I hope that our new page about our SEO Content Creation Services will answer most questions that people might have. 

I really want people to think of We Build Pages as not only the Links Guys, but also the Content Writers Guys.

Special: From now until Jan 1st, 2007 I’ll offer 20% off for those who mention that they saw this service listed on JimBoykin.com!

Comments

  1. Jeremy Luebke November 15, 2006 at 4:47 PM

    The examples look pretty good. Might I suggest you talk to your writers about writing a little more for the web using headings, bullet points, and so on. All the good stuff http://www.copyblogger.com/ keeps stressing.

    The examples where definitely head and shoulders above what a large unnamed content creation company is producing.

  2. Mike, The Internet Guy November 15, 2006 at 6:21 PM

    Jim,
    If I buy 15 pages of content, do they all need to be for the same website/content?

    Great idea by the way!

  3. Jim Boykin November 15, 2006 at 7:46 PM

    Mike,
    Nope, we don’t care where you put the content. Just give us 15 topics and the writers can write them for you.

  4. Phil Maher November 16, 2006 at 10:57 AM

    Hey Jim, Great service, I look forward to speaking with you on this.

  5. Leonard November 16, 2006 at 1:33 PM

    This service basically reinforces the saying that content is still king. But how much different & beneficial is this from PLR, considering the variation in price?

  6. Jim Boykin November 16, 2006 at 2:53 PM

    PLR = ?

  7. Leonard November 17, 2006 at 12:54 AM

    Private Label Rights content or articles

  8. Jeremy Luebke November 17, 2006 at 1:12 AM

    @Leonard

    Your talking about duplicate content, not original. I can get the same thing for free from article directories with the same value. Who’s name is on the article is irrelevant when it is considered duplicate anyways.

  9. Leonard November 17, 2006 at 3:38 AM

    Hi Jeremy,

    Good PLR content that are keywords optimized and niche specific is definitely not free. I do agree with you about it not being original however. My main question is, given the price of Jim’s service, how does it stand out from the really good PLR sites…say Article Underground by Mike Liebner.

  10. Jeremy Luebke November 17, 2006 at 11:26 AM

    Leonard,

    There is no comparison because they are 2 completely different forms of content. One is Duplicate content which is worthless for SEO and the other is original.

    PLR may work for some thing like free ebook offers in exchange for people signing up for a newsletter or something similar but it will not work for SEO.

  11. Leonard November 17, 2006 at 12:07 PM

    Jeremy,

    How then again is this original? Assuming if 5 people including myself sign up for Jim’s basic content creation service today and we want say…a topic on saving money, wouldn’t 5 of us get the same 15 pages? Do correct me if I am wrong.

  12. Jim Boykin November 17, 2006 at 12:11 PM

    Leonard, you’re wrong. Each of you would get your own unique pages. We’ll never reuse someones pages. We write specifically for someone based on what they want us to write for them, and those pages will be theirs to own, and we’ll never reuse them or sell them to someone else. These articles are also not pre written. People tell us what they want us to write for them, we write for them, give those articles to them, and never see those articles again. It’s all custom specifically for what someone wants.

  13. Leonard November 17, 2006 at 12:36 PM

    Thanks for the clarification Jim. This makes it a very attractive service indeed. And Jeremy, thanks for your time too.

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