Constant Content Reviews
This page includes Constant Content reviews of users as well as an official review by ContentHeat in which we carefully analyze their service.
Constant Content is a big name, and their website lives up to that name. It’s clean and minimalistic, characterized by a white base and accented gentle blue and yellow hues. These are further complemented by some neat stock images.
Visuals aside, the actual content is very good and the web page itself is quite practical. New customers and aspiring writers alike can easily register right there on the homepage. The page is also packed with quality copywriting, accompanied by plenty of eye-catching visuals and including some of the big brands that Constant Content collaborated with.
Ordering at Constant Content might at first glance appear more complicated than it really is, especially so for people unfamiliar with content marketplaces in this vein. First of all, it’s important to note that, as a content marketplace, a lot of Constant Content’s business relies on customers buying different types of work already completed and posted by writers.
If you can’t find any pre-written content that suits your needs, you can always place a customized order. There are several ways you can go about this:
- Call for Articles - With this option, all writers will be free to submit their work, and you will be free to choose which one suits you best, based on the quality and the price.
- Casting Call - Similar to the option above, a casting call allows everyone to apply to work on your content, but you must approve a writer before they can start working on your piece.
- Targeted Request - This option allows only writers approved by the Constant Content editors to work on your order. They can further be filtered by the numerous areas of specialization listed, by country, education or by certifications.
- Expert Request - Similar to the previous option, an Expert Request will ensure that your order is handled only by certified professionals from a variety of fields such as engineering, finance, legal and several others.
After determining which of these options best suits your needs, you can pick from a number of content types: articles, SEO content, blog posts, copywriting, press releases, technical writing and more - pretty much anything that you could need from a writing service. And, lastly, you can determine the word count, number of pieces of content that you need, as well as the approximate price you’re willing to pay for each piece.
WHAT WE ORDERED
We ordered via the Call for Articles option, requesting a single 2500 word article in the $50-$100 price range. These were native-writer prices, so naturally we expected to see some good writing. Another reason we opted for the Call for Articles option is that we were hoping to get a number of pieces so that we could better determine the average quality that can be expected in this price range.
It was clear right from the start that this wasn’t the fastest route. As a matter of fact, it took nearly a month to get merely four articles. This was to be expected, however, since writers first need to find your order and take the time to write it. Afterwards, you need to wait on an editorial review and any potential revisions requested by the editors. The low writer response rate could also be explained by the fact that we only requested one article, and writers weren’t eager to invest time and effort in writing a piece that would face strong competition.
WHAT WE RECEIVED
As mentioned above, we ultimately received four articles from four different writers. One quickly disappeared after a few days of being handed back and forth between the writer and the editor, and it can only be assumed that either the editor rejected it altogether, or the writer had deemed the article too much trouble and called quits. Another article also seemed to be stuck in a constant cycle of editor-requested revisions, and we didn’t get to see it before making our pick between the remaining two articles.
Now, both of the articles we had to choose from were written by experienced native writers, and both of them priced their work at $100. Both the articles were of such high quality that trying to determine which one was better would require some serious hair-splitting, so we ultimately opted to go with the writer who submitted her work first.
Now, the content was everything you’d expect from a $100 piece that was both written by a native and had undergone rigorous review by professional editors. It was 100% free of any grammar mistakes, was organized precisely according to our instructions and was very well researched.
All things considered, the article we received was well worth the $100 dollars we paid for it, seeing as the rates of experienced native writers are usually a bit higher. The only downside was the long waiting time, even though it was to be expected given the Call for Articles option we picked.
Constant Content earns the following badges:
- Above and Beyond, for delivering top quality native-written content at lower than usual price
- The Diversifier, for using a breadth of varied vocabulary
- The Shakespeare, for delivering content which is completely free from any grammatical errors.
- The Time Waster - I was reluctant to award Constant Content this badge, seeing as neither the company nor the writer promised any specific turnaround times, and we were aware that we were opting for one of the company’s more time consuming solutions. However, one can’t help but notice just how long it took to receive even the few articles that we did get, plus the very long editorial review and revision times.
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