What happens when I order a test blog post?
- You’ll receive a Google form where you can share the information that’s needed to research & write your blog post. This includes the blog topic, your website, value proposition, target audience, and optionally a blog post title, keywords, resources, and other comments that you’d like to add.
- If you’d like to discuss your blog post topic during an online meeting, we’d be happy to do so! You can simply book a coffee chat with Carolina.
- We’ll deliver the blog post and images in a Google Drive folder. When you become a Content Jungle client, we’ll always publish it for you. So you can sit back and relax!
Here are some answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
Why don't you offer a free trial?
We are real people putting a lot of time and effort into your content. Therefore, we cannot offer a free trial. If you’re not happy with what we’ve done, we offer unlimited revisions in our monthly subscription plans.
What if I don't like the blog?
We want you to be happy with your blog posts, which is why we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee in our monthly subscriptions. If you’re not happy with a post, we’ll make the necessary revisions until you’re satisfied. Otherwise we have a flexible money back guarantee.
Who owns the copyright?
What topics can you write about?
We do extensive research on each topic, so we can write about pretty much any topic! But we excel in topics that are business-oriented, such as sales, marketing, HR, D&I, L&D, strategy, and recruitment.
But don’t worry, we never overpromise. When you sign up and we feel that the topics for your blog are too technical or advanced, we’ll let you know immediately. 🙂
What is the length of a blog?
This may differ per blog, depending on the optimal SEO length for your blog. In general, they will be around 1500 – 2000 words per article. We will never write fluff – our blogs are always interesting and engaging for the reader.
How do you deliver the blog posts?
All blog posts are always shared with you in a Google drive folder, including the images used. They’re ready to publish. The next step depends on your preferences. We can upload it directly to your blog (HubSpot, WordPress, Ghost, Wix, etc.) and even hit publish for you!
How often should I publish posts?
If you’re looking to attract more website visitors, then you’ll want to publish new blog posts on a regular basis (at least once a week). This will give you more opportunities to rank in search engines and drive traffic to your website.
Why shouldn't I write it myself?
Well, we never said you shouldn’t! But if you don’t have the time or inclination to write your own blog posts, then we’re happy to do it for you. We’re a team of knowledgeable and passionate writers who can help you grow your business with high-quality blog content.