Starting price estimate based on how much you publish each month
Keyword & Topic Prioritization
Target the right keywords at the right time with our proven, predictable SEO frameworks centered around your desired payback period.
Content Brief Creation
Spoon-feed writers with the exact guidelines to create the best SERP-topping content in a consistent, repeatable workflow.
Reporting Feedback Loop
Create an SEO feedback loop that constantly reprioritize new topics, keywords, and content based on where you're excelling (and falling short).
Every plan includes:
Cluster keyword research involves identifying a central topic and a group of related keywords, aiming to create comprehensive, interlinked content that meets search intent and builds your topical authority around these subjects.
Content templates are standardized outlines that help you create consistent content faster and at scale.
An SEO expert on our team manually reviews the existing SERPs for your content topics, evaluating the content in the top five positions, as well as the layout of the SERPs and its features.
We use SEO software to scan the SERPs for a given keyword, collecting data on content structure, keywords, content gaps, and more - based on what's actually working in real-time.
Topic prioritization involves identifying and ranking keywords and content topics based on factors such as: what’s most relevant and valuable to your audience, search volume, SERP competition, what you can realistically rank for, and your existing topical authority around the subject.
Semantic keywords are contextually related phrases that enhance content relevance, comprehensiveness, and search visibility, in addition to your primary keyword.
An existing content audit is an analysis of your current content with recommendations on areas for improvement.
A sitewide technical audit is an examination of your site’s technical SEO elements, such as site speed, schema markup, broken URLs, and more.
Sitewide content hierarchy involves analyzing your site’s navigation, ensuring there’s a clear, logical structure that makes user navigation and search engine crawlability easy.
We host monthly and quarterly strategy status calls with your team to review ongoing performance, answer questions, and plan next steps.
Get access to our team of experts to make sure your content production process is optimal to drive the fastest ROI in the shortest amount of time.
We’ll give you links to search-optimized content briefs so you can easily send them to writers or use them with your AI writing tool of choice.
Can I speak with someone to get more information and ask questions?
Yes, of course! Please schedule a discovery call with our team and we'll be able to answer any questions you might have about how our services work.
How does your process typically work?
During our initial call, we'll identify the type of content you're looking for and provide recommendations. We can also provide a demo of how our services work so you can get a better idea of what the process will look like if you signed up. Then we'll send over a Statement of Work (SOW) for smaller projects, or a Master Services Agreement (MSA) for larger ones. You'll be able to review and electronically sign. We'll then send over a brief intake form and provide details on the invoice timing and project start date. Last but not least, we'll schedule a kick-off call to discuss all of the specific details for this content project.
Can we switch plans from one to another?
Yes, but only within regular intervals. For example, if you're on a 6-month agreement or prepaid quarterly, then you can upgrade or downgrade at the end of that current term.
Can I upgrade or downgrade the amount of content in any given month?
Yes and no. The monthly plan pricing shown here is a minimum. So if "5" was the minimum number of articles for the Startup plan, you could always increase that monthly volume number based on the amount of content you need. If you randomly might need an extra piece or two during the course of a month, we're happy to be flexible as long as we have the writing capacity. After your initial term, you can always bring that number down to our minimum for the next project.
Do I have to sign a long-term contract?
Nope! Our minimum terms are six months because we want to plan ahead for strategy and capacity, but we always include a simple 60-day written cancellation clause. So you're never locked into an agreement if you don’t want to be. We want to work with clients for the long term because they like us and value our work, not because they're stuck in a contract they can't get out of.
What payment terms do you offer?
We can send monthly invoices on the first of each month for the work done during that period, with payment due within 7 business days. We can also send quarterly invoices at the beginning of each quarter. We do not accept Net 30 or similar.
What’s my potential start date?
We typically onboard new clients at the beginning of each month when we have the available capacity. We produce a few hundred pieces each month, so we often have to plan weeks or months in advance (so specific writers can produce a certain amount of content for each client within a given time frame).