Verblio writers delight clients with content including eBooks, white papers, and more. You can receive the following content types from Verblio:

  • Blog Posts
  • Newsletters
  • Press Releases
  • Website Content
  • White Papers
  • eBook segments

Word Length Options

Our team knows that certain types of content are best written at certain lengths or word-counts. For example, most press releases are shorter in length, and it wouldn't make sense to request a 2000-word press release. Likewise, white papers are typically longer and it's not ideal to request this type of content in the form of a 300-word submission. Thus, the content types available to you depend on your subscription's word-count plan.

Here are all of the content options available at each word count.

300 Words to 950 words:

  • Blog Posts
  • Newsletters
  • Press Releases
  • Website Content

1000 Words to 1450 words:

  • Blog Posts
  • eBook segments
  • Press Releases
  • White Papers
  • Website Content

1500 Words or more:

  • Blog Posts
  • Website Content
  • White Papers
  • eBook Segments

Working on a new web site? Verblio's website content package allows you to get content quickly. With an account manager at your side, you'll receive cohesive, branded copy from hand-selected writers. View our complete guide to learn more and get started!

Selecting Content Types for Your Requests

Navigate to the Requests page and choose the + New Request button.

A drop-down menu will appear listing all of the content types you can request. Choose a content type to continue making your request:

A new request form will appear so you can provide instructions and details to your writers. Remember the more specific and detailed your request, the better content you will receive!

(Learn more about creating A+ requests here!)

Each content type's description field contains a unique guide to help you create an informative and useful request. For example, a blog post request should tell writers the main takeaway of the post and whether or not they should include a call to action at the end of the post. On the other hand, an eBook section request should tell writers the purpose of the eBook and exactly which sections of the eBook they should write.

The content type that's currently selected will be shown to the right of the request description. Should you decide to change the content type, simply click on the current content type (in this case, the words "Blog Post") and a drop-down menu will appear. Select the new content type that you wish to receive:

When you've finished your request, click "Activate Request" to send it to the writers.

On the requests page, you can view all of your active requests. The content type you selected at the time of the request creation will be listed to the right of your request title:

FAQs

Which types of content allow me to add SEO instructions? 

SEO options are only visible for the following content types: Blog Posts and Web Content. To add SEO instructions, click on the "SEO Options" button located to the right of the description field.

(Learn more about providing SEO instructions to your writers here.)

Can I request other types of content that aren't listed for my subscription?

If a content type isn't available for your request, it's likely that your word plan isn't a good fit for this type of content. For example, newsletters are only available for plans between 300 and 950 words because that's the typical word-count range for this type of content.

We suggest that you either change your subscription to the appropriate word-count or add a new subscription. You can change your plan back to your original word-count or cancel the new subscription at any time.

If you'd like to receive a type of content that is not offered at any word-count, please contact our team at [email protected] so we can provide guidance and help fulfill your request.

Can I change my content type after activating a request?

We discourage you from changing your content type after you create the request. However, you may change your content type as long as a writer hasn't started a draft yet. If you try changing your request and a writer has already started a draft, our platform will instruct you to deactivate the current request and create a new request instead.

Have a few questions about your subscription? As always, feel free to email [email protected] with any questions.

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