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Peak Content is back with very limited space.

I'm only looking for 1 or 2 clients.

Written content for your website starts at 6c per word.
  • Top-shelf, thoughtful, purpose-driven content for your website.
  • It's ready to publish.
  • Per your specs, or just give me a KW or niche and say "Potatoe, work your magic."
  • Benefit immensely by having the same writer working on each article.
Talk to me if you’re tired of quality that drops off a cliff after a few orders, writers trying to pass off lazy plagiarism that’s just a worse version of what’s already ranking, or having to spend more time ordering and fixing an article than it would take you to just write it yourself.

When you're done paying a middleman 5c+ per word for an article they paid somebody else half a cent to write, let's get to work.

Current promotion: No additional charge for keyword research or content planning for the duration of our working relationship.

Optional upgrades include: In-depth topic and KW research, on-page optimization, formatting + image curation + published directly to your site, simple videos that enhance the article and boost your revenue, and additional custom solutions based on your needs.

No AI, no lazy re-writes, no weird pop-culture references, no funny business. Just rock-solid content that you can be proud to publish.

The best part? The more time that I spend on your project = the more knowledgeable I'll become in your niche, and this will be reflected in the content. By focusing on 1 or 2 clients with long-term projects, I'm able to save a ton of time on administrative stuff and you're benefit from a higher level of service.


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Payments via Wise or Payoneer, no PayPal.



Note: It was recently brought to my attention that the PM button doesn't work for new members who are still in the orientation phase. It's easy to get out of the orientation phase, so go do that first! This service is exclusively for BuSo members in good-standing.
 
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Not even sure where to start. I can not recommend this service enough. I have personally used them on multiple sites and projects that were acquired for Millions of dollars. This is not bullshit. They were the lead writer and editor on these projects.

There is no other writer that understands more for what works on social media. He gets it, and has been molded in the social trenches over the course of years, learning in real time what works, and what doesn't.

When it comes to breaking news on social media, you have to be fast, and dependable. I can't count how many times I would message a breaking news story to them, and they would have it back to me in minutes.

This writer has had articles written for us that have:

- Hit #1 on Reddit's front page. Twice. Yes. Number 1 on reddit/all

- Have been featured in videos, and retweeted by Pewdiepie, Joe Rogan, multiple athletes, and more.

- Generated over 10 - 30 million unique visitors / monthly in multiple niches.

- So much more

These projects were in the following niches: Gaming, Health/Fitness, Sports, MMA/Boxing, Travel, Mommy, and more. Clearly has the ability to dynamically learn, and write for any niche.

I honestly have been in a semi-retired mode for the last 6 months or so, and haven't done much online, as wanted to enjoy fruits of labor.

I felt so strongly about this service, that I had to come back and give my honest feelings and review.

Hope this helps you in your buying decision.

- Tavin
 

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This sounds legit. I'm fussy as hell, but I think I may have found the right service finally! Will PM to Discuss :wink:
 

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Over the years of chatting with @Potatoe we'd constantly help each other out wherever we had a strength to cover for the other's weakness. We'd trade some on-page optimization or CSS here for an article there, etc. I'd always grab a casual blog topic from my Trello list and paste it to him and within an hour or less I'd have a perfectly crafted post ready to be published, which I would. I read every article I publish, but the one thing I can say with his work is that I could have published as is.

Tater understands the right voice for the right type of article, and knows what to emphasize and what to gloss over in terms of pushing emotional buttons and maintaining curiosity and interest. He knows how to speak to the masses.

There's two keys to an article's success online: 1) How it's written and 2) the exposure it's given. Potatoe has proven time and again that he can take care of #1. If you can take care of #2, then he's a good match for you. He's one of the few people online that know of my websites, let alone is allowed to have an unedited, free voice on them.
 

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I've worked with @Potatoe and I absolutely recommend his service. I'm pretty picky with the way I want things done and was skeptical about handing off responsibilities to someone else. So when we first started working together I was micro-managing a lot but soon found that I didn't need to worry. Potatoe was more than capable and his work was/is fantastic.

When I say his work is fantastic, I mean it.
  • His writing is top notch and timely.
  • He understands the "viral" aspect of writing and how to actually write something that can go viral (especially important for Facebook marketing) - something that many people struggle with.
  • He knows how to source the right images and what to do with them within the article to make the most impact
  • He goes the extra mile. There were times when he'd notify me of a recent matter in the news that was relevant to the site and he'd quickly come up with an idea for a post using a viral angle and write it up.
  • He's capable of handling a wide variety of responsibilities. Not only did he do all the above, but he also helped form our in-house content team, train them (he even created a lot of the training processes and put them on video to help the new hires), and managed the team making sure deadlines were adhered to, and writing standards were upheld
  • He'd often think about different ways for promoting the business in ways that were relevant and showed that he understood the "feel" of the site and direction to take (whereas many other people might just come up with an idea that really isn't worth the time or effort)
  • He's constantly working to refine his processes to become more efficient
And the list goes on. If you're looking for the type of service he offers, it's a no-brainer. Do it.
 
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Placed an order recently, and the piece of content @Potatoe delivered is awesome.
Highly recommend this service!
 

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I've bought from @Potatoe before as well in the past.

Always great articles and I had very little direction to give him. He turned around great stuff for me.
 

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I placed a small order with @Potatoe recently, and just WOW...

I've never found a writer where I've not had to spend some time editing the article, but I didn't need to edit a single solitary word with his content.

The content can tread the fine line between being informative and "entertaining". It's the kind of content that crawlers & humans love. Intent was perfect too.

I've found my forever service.
 

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I placed an order with @Potatoe recently to add some content to my site and have been very impressed with his work ethic, communication, writing ability and being a generally nice guy!

I can't recommend him enough!
 

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I have been getting @Potatoe to do a bit of work for me over the last month and I couldn't be happier.

He is very professional and goes above and beyond just supplying written content. Also he respects privacy and I feel confident that he wouldn't share my websites with anybody.

Highly recommend
 

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VIDEO PRODUCTION REVIEW

I typed a review for the main offer of this thread above, which is content.

But in the past few months, Potatoe has been showing me some of the video editing he's been doing. After sharing a couple of examples, he surprised me with a video based around an article he wrote for me years ago. I then ordered a video from him, and also made one myself to feel out the process. I actually have a 4th one (3rd from him) sitting on the desktop I need to put into action.

How will you use these videos?
  • Start a YouTube channel and embed the videos into your posts to increase time-on-page.
  • Start a YouTube channel to monetize and funnel traffic to it from your posts and site.
  • Rank the video and eat up 2 spots in the SERPs.
  • Get one in order to create profiles on all of the video sites for backlinks.
  • All of the above.
That's just a short list of ideas off the top of my head of what you can do with some videos on hand, and all that I did with them (except try to rank them). I need to further exploit them, but even that small amount of effort has led to revenue:

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This is one of my projects where I run display ads. I embed the videos into their posts and if people watch them, I have about a 32% chance that I can run a pre-roll advertisement. As you can see, I'm getting some pretty nice CPM's on these short commercials with extremely high viewability.

That viewability is because I'm taking a screenshot out of the video for the thumbnail and using the title for the video he crafted. It's clickbaity as hell but matches my content perfectly too. People want to watch it and sit through the ad. What you're seeing above is the last 30 days rolling, and I've been making around that same amount of money on these videos month after month for 3 or 4 months now.

That's just the money (about 2500% ROI and climbing). My time-on-site is up and my traffic is up. I'm sure the videos play into all that. I even have schema inserted into the page regarding the videos.

Anyways, you can see that it's all about ingenuity and putting the videos to good use, but they can't suck. The videos have to actually be good. The ones I got have a combination of video clips, images from the posts and stock images, transitions, text and other effects, etc. They're good enough to keep you watching, entertainment-wise, and the production quality is good enough that I didn't hesitate to let them be a reflection of my brand.
 

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Ok this sounds cool
Lets play ball.
I'lle post everything publicly since I'm already blatantly outing the site around here.
 

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Update 1: He's Making a List

The best change I've made recently is shortening my to-do lists for the day. I hate to be that guy who starts doing something that a lot of people are already doing, and then acts like he discovered it and goes on and on about it but... here we are.

I highly recommend giving this a try if you're someone who feels overwhelmed at the full scope of everything you need to work on at once, while never getting to enjoy that restful moment of actually completing your work and being done for the day.

The small adjustment of simplifying my to-do lists into 2-3 things per day, and sticking to a consistent weekly schedule, has been a huge relief.

Do you ever hit the end of your day and have that moment like "Awesome, I did everything I need to do, I'm done!"? I was missing out on that because of a never-ending list of tasks.

When your to-do list is longer than a CVS receipt, you might feel like you're coming up short every single day that it's not completed in full. If you have a minimal number of tasks schedule for each day, you can complete them, feel good about it, and then you'll be running off of momentum and consistency instead of anxiety and dread. Not a bad trade!

Now, I can get my main things done, feel a lot more clear-headed and creative afterwards, and I'm ultimately a lot more productive. It's about giving yourself a finish line, and then you can keep going. I'm not sure why, but this little tweak has helped me tremendously. Maybe it's a dopamine thing?

It's a small adjustment that's been helpful for me and I wanted to share it in case anyone else struggles with to-do list paralysis. Try this out before the New Year boost of motivation starts to fade in a few days.

A few small tweaks have my days feel twice as long and much more productive, and on top of that, way more satisfying. This is why I'm able to stay on top of everything while also taking on an additional client or two.

It's all about momentum and consistency, but more on that in my next update...

For now, let's get "hire a new writer" and "post to my website consistently" checked-off your list.
 
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Every piece of content that you publish should have a goal, and it should be tailored to meet that goal. If your content isn't doing much for you, there's a reason for that.

You should be able to identify what your objective is when you press publish, and you should be able to identify the specific steps that your article is taking to accomplish that goal.

If your writer isn't thinking about this from the very first word they type, that's a huge problem. It's not something you can easily bake-in after the fact by editing the intro/outro a bit. And even if it was, you shouldn't have to. Ask your writers about this, and what they're doing to achieve the goals of each article.



While I'm looking for 1-2 long-term clients to collaborate with on an on-going basis (that's the ideal situation for them and myself, imo), I'm also happy to take on some smaller projects in the meantime.

If you need a single article for a great guest post you landed, or you just want to compare/try something new with a small one-time order, let's get to work.

Send me a few details about your project and I'll give you a personalized quote.