If you are in the market for website and blog content, you’ve probably heard of places like Constant Content, Ready2Go Articles and ClipCopy Content Solutions. These are places that offer ready-made articles that you can purchase, download and use immediately. Here at Stacey’s Freelancing, we also offer prewritten articles that you can purchase, download and use immediately on your website.

How Much Does On-Demand Content Cost?

The costs associated with prewritten content depend on the site and the author. Some sites charge a monthly subscription fee that includes a certain number of free downloads. Other’s charge by the article. By the article, prices can range from $20 to $100s with the average price ranging somewhere between $50 and $75 per article. Here at Stacey’s Freelancing in Indianapolis, we charge $20 for individual prewritten articles and webpages that range in length from 400 to 800 words.

What Do You Get When You Purchase an On-Demand or Prewritten Article?

Here at Stacey’s Freelancing in Indianapolis, you get 100 percent rights. You get well-researched, well-written content, and you get a list of the sources that were used to create that content at the bottom of the .doc file. Each article is also checked for plagiarism using SmallToolsSEO’s Plagiarism Checker. Each article is also run through Grammarly and optimized with headers and bullet points when needed. 

What Are the Benefits of On-Demand Articles?

 

The biggest benefit of purchasing an On-Demand Article is the fact that you can purchase it and download it right now. You can also customize the text as you see fit, or you can order article editing services and have it customized for you for much less than the cost of ordering a completely customized article. For example, if you were to purchase and download “2019 Home Remodeling Trends”, you’d pay $20 for that article. If you were to then submit a rewrite order, you’d pay another $50 for a total cost of $70.

 

By contrast, if you were to order a custom article on Home Remodeling Trends for 2019, you could specify the headers, the sources you want used, the keywords and the word count as well as provide the link to your business and business contact information. Once all that information is received, you’ll get a fully customized article with the ability to ask for up to 3 edits for $500. So, by getting on-demand content, you’re saving between $430 and $480. Of course, if you need 11 or more articles, it’s about the same cost as purchasing prewritten content and ordering editing.