purecontent

Over the years I have tried many content writers for many different sites. Some are OK and some are really painful. Recently I got a tip from a friend about this company called Pure Content. I figured I’d check them out, see if they can do what they say. I was a little skeptical at first, because how many times do you see offers for “unique” content, but come to find out your unique content is posted on thousands of sites.

As most of you know, this blog isn’t hurting for content, sometimes I’ll post three articles in one day. But with this blog I do not really care about grammar or spelling…. Basically what this company does is, they have copy writers on staff that once you are a client will actually write relevant articles for your site. So this isn’t some generic verbiage that is dropped into thousands of sites across the internet, it is specific to you. So basically its like having professional writers at your disposal. And don’t worry, their writers grammatical skills were way better than mine. 😉 They require a minimum of 100 articles to become a client, so this is a pretty exclusive company that doesn’t want people who just want one article for their site.

Another great feature, is if you like to stream news onto your site, they can do that for you too. You can give them your keyword list or a preferred subject and they will rewrite news articles for you. The best part about all of this, is they will even post it to your site for you. So on the days that you are out of town on business, like me, I’m never here, they will do it for you.

Content services work well as part of any SEO strategy. Keeping your site relevant and up to date has tremendous benefits for how you rank in search engines. My experience with them was great, they did what they say they do. And they do it well.

So hopefully this will help others looking for a recommendation of a content provider. Its probably one of the most common requests I get. You can check them out here for more info.

Here is a video from their website:

By Jeremy Schoemaker

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of ShoeMoney Media Group, and to date has sold 6 companies and done over 10 million in affiliate revenue. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 International Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. You can read more about Jeremy on his wikipedia page here.

47 thoughts on “Pure Content – A Much Needed Quality Content Service”
  1. Like you say… “Good” content is one of the anchors to GREAT results. I currently use a one-man show to help with article content for different sites… I have had bad luck outsourcing to overseas labor due to the language barrier.

    I will have to go and check them out for various reasons… Thanks for the resource!

  2. Thanks for the resource. I’ve contacted them and they’ve already responded back with pricing. Imagine that, a company that actually responds to potential clients… what a concept.

  3. I have not had much luck with outsourced content. Current strategy is to bring in more guest posts and hire 2 part time writers for the daily news / blog posts we produce. Either way, I’ll be checking out this service as well.

  4. Have they done any work for you Shoe? I’m assuming they have. Are you allowed to tell us what they did for you?

    -JKT

  5. You’d think being a content company they’d have better grammar than this on their site:

    “We spent a long time developing a small high quality product list. We feel that it caters for all types of website owner.

    “If you have any questions or require a price list Please contact us and we will get back to right away.

    Sounds like another non-US writing company.

  6. It would be interesting to see what kind of content they could truly provide before committing to 100 articles. (They should offer one article first to be purchased)

  7. If you order some content to be written for you, I guess it can only be posted somewhere else when someone orders from the same author content on the same topic. This author would then copy the content he already has written and sell it to the second customer. But is there any other chance of hand-made content (not article scraped from Wikipedia) to be non-unique? I don’t think so…

  8. I have seen articles like product reviews all over the place. Dupe is pretty common. Run some of your pages through a dupli checker and you may get a shock.

  9. This is one of our biggest problems. Content is one of the hardest thing to come up with. You are going to want to have quality content and that is time consuming. I am going to check this out and hopefully we will be able to save time which as you know is Shoemoney$$$

  10. Just requested a price list from PureContent. I have used Elance before so I’ll see how they compare.

  11. $16 for 250 words – that’s about 6.4 cents a word. Seems like you could get the same thing by posting an ad on Craigslist anytime; there are plenty of writers who would jump at the opportunity to get steady freelance work, and five to ten cents a word is still the going rate at a lot of publications. Plus you’d get to check their work out first….

  12. I try to post like two things a day myself, so I’m not really in need of any content. But at the same time, I’m dying to know how some total stranger on the other side of that website would be able to provide content for sites that provide really specialized information. I write about abuse, addiction, and recovery, and how they show up in pop culture; would they turn me away, or provide a bunch of badly thought-out too-basic posts, or surprise me with really good content? Would they come here and post really good information about affiliate marketing tactics and SEO and web marketing, or would they be like “Um… we rewrote an entry we found on a related blog and presented it as our own”? I am dying to know… but not quite dying enough to cough up the money for 100 articles!

  13. This seems like an office service. I’m also a freelance writer!! If anybody needs any work done I would be more than happy to discuss with you my rates and potential projects!! Visit my blog for writing samples, or let me know if you would like me to send you a more specific type of writing sample!

  14. You can also get it for a lot cheaper on Elance, about half that much.

  15. This is very tempting for bloggers who run out of things to write about. Still, if you need someone to write your content for you, this isn’t your niche.

  16. 9 hours ago? Geez. Either way, I’m sure it’s not cheap. You’re probably paying either per post or by the hour. Better to write your own content. It brands you better and attracts more readers.

  17. Sometimes it just isn’t practical to write your own content. I always write my own for my blog, but I have lots of other sites and several BANS stores I just don’t have time to write for. A reasonably priced service such as this can be a benefit.

  18. yes if you want to be a blogger and having trouble with writing for your own blog .. this is not for you… Often times for me, It just comes when i sit down and writing., Even when i am not writing, Ideas come and i jot it down in my notebook

  19. lol where is the post Jeremy wrote about Is Grammer necessary for good content…..

  20. send me price list, this purecontent site seems to be advertising at a very high price per word for my liking

  21. Shoe says this company will post the content as well. Not sure if this is for the articles too or just the news.

    But yeah, I love me some Elance.

  22. Too bad they don’t have a free version, even if it were to be subsidized by ads.

  23. a free or sample content from them will be nice. they also have video contents as stated on their website.

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  25. Maybe it’s just me, but I have never had a problem sitting down and writing an article, about anything. I am not a writer but a journo I met once when I was telling I was having problems getting started writing an essay I had due for the study I was doing at the time told me this. To just sit down at your computer or with your pen and just start writing. About anything – dont worry about grammer or anything. Just write and you will get over the block. It has always worked for me. Thanks.

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  27. Pure content sucks big time.. They never pay their writers and they are the big con-artists… I hate them.. they take the articles and never pay for them.. and when pursued they pay a fraction of the amount..

  28. Ron Seatha, you run a content company? lol I have written for Purecontent for 18 months. Always been paid in full and on time. I understand that if you produce rubbish or provide dupe content you don’t get paid on time as they have to quality control everything

    1. I agree, I also work for them and have never had a single issue with them with regards to rejected work or payments.

      Some people don’t like rejection, but if you produce unique quality work there should be no problem.

  29. Purecontent.com sucks. They basically hire writers and tell them it is a serious offense if they find duplicate contents on the articles you write for them. When you start sending them your articles, they will start the alibi that there are lots of duplicate content on your articles. This is reason they tell you that they will not pay you. But if you check your articles on Quote Finder by Google, there’s basically no duplicate content in the articles you submitted. Purecontent.com is just one of those web content providers that are delinquent in terms of paying their writers. Purecontent.com or delegate2.com is a scam all freelance writers should avoid.

    1. I have worked for PureContent for months, I have never had a single article rejected for any reason OR had any issues with regard to payment.

      If your work is not up to standard then they will reject it, if it is rejected then they don’t pay for it, simple as that.

  30. Delegate2 quickly responds to applications,but I dont like their policy of making writers wait 4 weeks for acceptance of their articles.They claim to have over 700 writers but I dont think so,coz it seems a lot of time and money is spent on posting adverts for writer jobs.If you search the internet,using the keyword “delegate2” it will return hundreds of adverts for writer positions.Why should a company with 700 writers waste time on adverts.I know companies with only 60 writers that are more efficient than Delegate2.

    1. Delegate2 is now Purecontent. I work for Purecontent, and we do not make writers wait for four weeks to accept their articles.

      All articles that are submitted should be counted as ‘accepted’. If Purecontent rejects an article (and this is only the case where the article does not meet the brief or is duplicated content) they will return it to you within a matter of hours.

      Like Catherine says, its simple. Write the articles, invoice for them, get paid. If your work is not up to standard or you dupe content, you won’t get paid, and we won’t be asking you to write any more.

      I’m sorry that you are not happy with the service, but any genuine writers will find Purecontent to be a reliable provider of regular freelance work.

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  32. does any one know, how much purecontent pay writers, per articles per wording and what payment method because i didn’t see any of that on the website.

  33. Their quality is TERRIBLE! I’ve just been correcting their articles for hours. Really not a good choice is you are looking for senteces that make sense…

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