We believe that transparency is exactly what users and writers want in a writing marketplace.
We give you the ability to set the price and have tools that help you manage your content.
We take tremendous pride in maximizing writer payments through low transaction fees.
We found two people to work with and they have been producing some of the best content we have seen from an outside person.
We believe that transparency is exactly what users and writers want in a writing marketplace, check out writer profiles in our public writer directory. On Content Runner you know exactly who are you working with, we have US based writers that you can email, call and integrate into your company's workflow.
Tired of paying high prices for low quality writing? On Content Runner you can create a personal relationship with a writer and mutually agree upon a price. If you have a 500 word article you think is worth $25 that is your prerogative and if you have a complex 700 word blog post that will require a lot of research, price that much higher, either way as a user you get the opportunity to choose the pricing you want.
After using many of the writing tools out there, we couldn't find one that allowed us to connect with writers and manage writing projects at the same time. With Content Runner you can meet new writers and track all of your projects in our Dashboard. Looking for a seamless integration with your sales cycle? Talk to us about our API.
Looking to get your articles into a Word document quickly? With our Export tab, you can zip up your content and export to a Word document. You can also quickly import your content into WordPress as a draft page or post and say goodbye to copying and pasting out of Word (and losing all of your links and formatting in the process). Most importantly your client will never know your content came from Content Runner because we offer a white label plug-in!
Brainstorm away for new and innovative topics using Google Keyword data and Twitter. Soon enough you will impress your clients with your perspicacity and your content marketing ninja skills. We know that coming up with topics for your web site, personal blog or next newsletter is challenging. The first 5 ideas may come with a burst of inspiration, but when you are managing content for a large company or helping a variety of small businesses, you need help. We have just the idea for you — outsource it!
Benchmark your content's reading score and grade level.
Track the number of syllables per word in your content.
Quickly gauge your sentence complexity by viewing your words per sentence in your article.
Avoid using the same words repeatedly in your content.
Review and compare your latest draft to the previous version, accept and merge changes once you agree to the updates.
Quickly scan your content and get a handle on the changes made by your Writer.
In Writing a Headline is Like Going on a Blind Date, we explained how there’s nothing more important than choosing a title for your blog post. After all, people aren’t going to read further if they’re already bored by the title. Now that you have that down, we introduce you to the second-most important thing in writing a blog post: the opening paragraph. An article at copyblogger.com states that having an awesome headline followed by a not-so-great first paragraph is like inviting people to your house and then slamming the door in their face. Ouch! Tips to Keep People Reading…
April 10, 2017. by Lisa Kroulik