Answering the 5 Ws of a Content Writing Service

We all remember hearing about them from grade school and beyond. The 5 Ws: Who, What, When, Where and Why. Answering these questions can answer just about everything you would ever need to know about something. So, let’s take a peek at the 5 Ws of a content writing service.

Who A content writing service is anyone you hire to, well, write content. The content can be print or digital, advertising or explanatory. Which leads to…

content writing serviceWhat A content writing service will write whatever you instruct them to. Need a fresh idea for a newspaper ad? No problem! How about an update on your website language? You bet! And, according to Business2Community.com, a good content writer will research your topic to ensure that you receive a quality, error-free piece. A content writing service can help with almost any writing task that you can think up. But what about the…

When Content writing services can be contracted at any time. Some services have a predetermined schedule while others let you set the schedule. Still others offer a mixture of both. Pick the one that best suits your needs, including consideration for the…

Where Many content writing services can be found online, but a few still exist brick-and-mortar style. The most important thing to consider, regardless of the where, is the reputation of the service you are considering hiring. If their reputation doesn’t meet your expectations, the writing might not, either. Last, but certainly not least…

Why You should consider hiring a content writing service for a laundry list of reasons. To beef up your advertising. To assist in boosting your online presence and Google placement. To check one task off your to-do list. To obtain views from a fresh perspective. The whys are endless, which really begs the question: why not?

Of course, we can’t forget that one final question our freshman English teacher threw in just to mix it up:

How Ask other business owners whom they use. Anyone who has had a good, or even a bad experience will likely be willing to share the tale. Check around online at reputable sites, such as bbb.org and write-ups in popular newspapers. According to ContentStandard.com, the most important content to produce is good quality, usable content — something that appeals to a real human. Ask for samples from the prospective content writer to determine if they meet Google’s standards for “quality content.” Most importantly, ask questions of the prospects! Ultimately, you need to feel comfortable with your choice of a content writing service.

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