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High Quality Content
Dedicated Content Manager
Research and Citation
Editing and proofreading
Keyword Research
Grammarly Certified
HemingwayApp Certified
Unlimited Revisions
$0.35 / word


To create premium content that converts.

Of course you’re skeptical – you should be – because every content management shop claims that their service is amazing. And it’s easy to say that on a sales page.

But what’s not easy is delivering quality content consistently.

We get why cornerstone content is key to targeting the most important topics in your niche.
We get that not all writers and content creators are able to create big authoritative articles.
You may have tried it with others, and we get that you might have been burned in the past.

That’s why we created our service.
And we offer 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

Or your money back. No questions asked.


  • We hire the best writers, designers and editors for our in-house team of niche-experts, so you don’t have to patchwork your content with freelancers.
  • We research, write, design, style, edit, format and proofread content for you, so you can stop doing all-the-things, and simply focus on what you’re good at.
  • We create attention-grabbing AND attention-holding content for your readers so the search engines will love your content and keep bringing readers back.
  • We made our pricing so clear that you have complete control over how much content you want us to write, plus discounts when you want to grow with us.


Content needs to appeal to people and search engines alike.

And let’s face it. People have short attention spans.

Quality content alone isn’t enough for anyone anymore.

They want inspiration, not just information.

They want to be taught.
They want to be encouraged.
They want to be INSPIRED.

And if your content can’t keep them interested, they’ll bounce off your page.

If your readers are bouncing, Google won’t like it either.

In fact, we already know what Google wants.

  • Big, authoritative content that targets the most important topics in your niche
  • Smaller, supporting content that reinforces your big content, and targets longer-tail keywords

NOTE: If you already have cornerstone content on your website, and are looking to expand supporting blog posts to rank for topical relevance, check out our Blog Writing Services


  • 4000 words and above
  • Premium US native writers
  • Thoroughly researched and cited
  • Edited and Proofread
  • Keyword Research
  • Grammarly Certified
  • Hemingway Certified
  • Copy Plagiarism Checked
  • Unlimited Revisions
  • Dedicated Content Manager
  • 0.31 – 0.35 cents/word

If you need Cornerstone content:

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  • 600 – 2000 word Articles
  • 3-month Content Calendar (for Recurring option)
  • All US Native Writers
  • Research and Citation Included
  • Grammarly Certified
  • Hemingway Certified
  • Copy Plagiarism Checked
  • Dedicated Content Manager
  • 0.10 – 0.14 cents/word

If you need Supporting Content,


Just do a simple Google search for your keyword and see what ranks. Your content needs to be better than that..

More thorough, better cited, more readable and more unique. We understand that and we have you covered.


  • Click-worthy headlines
  • Helpful, value-driven topics
  • Actionable ideas
  • Highly readable articles
  • Accurate reporting
  • Share-worthy posts


  • Researching what Google ranks
  • Providing a unique spin
  • Well-cited content
  • Intelligent use of keywords
  • Thorough coverage of topics
  • Thoughtful formatting

We create authentic content that you can be proud of, actionable content that your readers can actually use, authoritative content that shows them you’re the expert, visual content that captivates your visitors, and engaging content that makes your readers keep reading, and keep coming back.

That’s a tall order!

But our team is here, ready to take your order.

We ’re powered by a team of world class writers and designers with current industry experience, and SEO experts who know what sells on the web – style, tone, formatting – we’ve got you covered.


We train our writers to write in our own unique format that’s exclusive to OutreachMama and that incorporates the best practices in writing copy for the web.

  • Comparison Image 1: Formatting

    The Long-Winded Way

    At the conclusion of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick, and after three days of chasing the whale, the flag atop the Pequod’s main mast had become weathered and torn. Ahab instructs Tashtego to mount a new flag on the main mast and the Indian from Gay Head Massachusetts promptly complies. Tashtego’s compliance to his captain’s order is so diligent that even after the whale has struck the mortal blow against the ship, Tashetego continues to hammer in the flag as he and the mast sink into the sea (Melville 531, 535). The compliance to his captain and willingness to do what Ahab has instructed, instead of trying to scamper for his life, is testament to the Gay Header’s obedience. However, his obedience says as much about the control of the captain over the harpooneer. Captain Ahab has the same controlling affect over the rest of the crew of the Pequod and is proven as they follow the maniacal vengeance of Ahab’s quest to kill Moby Dick, resulting their deaths in the sinking of the Pequod.

    The Outreachmama Way

    Every online marketer worth their salt knows what a backlink is.

    It’s an incredibly simple concept…

    You, as a website owner, convince another website owner to include a link on their website that points back to your website. Like I said, simple right?

    Well… Yes and no.

    While backlinks in and of themselves are simple, understanding how to build backlinks the right way is not.

    With the constant updates to Google’s algorithm and best practices, the very same tactics that once landed you on the first page for your target keyword can now result in massive search engine penalties.

    All in all… Building backlinks can quickly become a minefield of mistakes and mishaps for the uninformed SEO.

    Luckily, we have put together this guide to show you the step-by-step process on how to build backlinks the right way in 2017.


    Then read on…

  • Comparison Image 2: Readability

    The Cold, Plodding Way

    (d) Negligently.

    A person acts negligently with respect to a material element of an offense when he should be aware of a substantial and unjustifiable risk that the material element exists or will result from his conduct. The risk must be of such a nature and degree that the actor’s failure to perceive it, considering the nature and purpose of his conduct and the circumstances known to him, involves a gross deviation from the standard of care that a reasonable person would observe in the actor’s situation.

    (3) Culpability Required Unless Otherwise Provided. When the culpability sufficient to establish a material element of an offense is not prescribed by law, such element is established if a person acts purposely, knowingly or recklessly with respect thereto.

    (4) Prescribed Culpability Requirement Applies to All Material Elements. When the law defining an offense prescribes the kind of culpability that is sufficient for the commission of an offense, without distinguishing among the material elements thereof, such provision shall apply to all the material elements of the offense, unless a contrary purpose plainly appears.

    (5) Substitutes for Negligence, Recklessness and Knowledge. When the law provides that negligence suffices to establish an element of an offense, such element also is established if a person acts purposely, knowingly or recklessly. When recklessness suffices to establish an element, such element also is established if a person acts purposely or knowingly. When acting knowingly suffices to establish an element, such element also is established if a person acts purposely.

    (6) Requirement of Purpose Satisfied if Purpose Is Conditional. When a particular purpose is an element of an offense, the element is established although such purpose is conditional, unless the condition negatives the harm or evil sought to be prevented by the law defining the offense.

    (7) Requirement of Knowledge Satisfied by Knowledge of High Probability. When knowledge of the existence of a particular fact is an element of an offense, such knowledge is established if a person is aware of a high probability of its existence, unless he actually believes that it does not exist.

    The Outreachmama Way

    Google’s Backlink Process

    The process that google’s updated algorithm uses is actually quite simple.

    • You add backlink
    • Google indexes said backlink
    • Google update your link profile (the database containing all of the information about your  website) with this new backlink.
    • This process is continued indefinitely as Google uses this information to determine  your website ranking.

    As the above process occurs, Google algorithm will analyze your link profile and compare it to on-site keyword optimization.

    There are very specific set of parameters that Google uses to determine whether it will reward or penalize your anchor text practice.

  • Comparison Image 3: Relatability

    The All-About-Themselves Way

    In the mid 1980s we worked with a reference manual from a well-known Fortune 100 computer company. The manual, which explained how to use a text editor with a command-based user interface, gave us a great deal of grief. When we looked up a command in the index, sometimes the command was on the page that the index referred to and sometimes it wasn’t.

    Back then indexes were created manually. In the rush to get manuals out the door, index entries did not always get the quality control they deserved. Adding or deleting material at the last minute might make some index entries a few pages off.

    With the manual in question, that knowledge did not help. If the command was not on the page listed in the index, then the command simply could not be found… until the next time we looked it up! The missing command might be exactly where the index said it was.

    One day something even stranger happened. We looked up a command on page 5-117, but page 5-117 wasn’t there. Chapter 5 ended at page 5-80!

    The Outreachmama Way

    Content marketing is by no means a new strategy. It’s a tried and true strategy that work.

    Don’t believe me? Think of all the content you consume on a daily basis. Not just blog posts, put magazines, newspapers, books, TV advertisement.

    All of these thrive on good content, and content marketing.

    The best part?

    Good content brings your website more traffic and can help attract more prospects and even convert them into paying clients.

    Luckily, it also isn’t one you need specialized training or knowledge to use. Here are 10 things you can do right now that will help you get most out of your content marketing.

    #1 Make your content layout super easy to navigate.

    When someone lands on your site, make sure they know how to find what they are looking for. Tag your blog Posts appropriately to help your readers easily find your

Ok – so by now you see why you need quality content.

But if you need more convincing, here are a few stats:

  • There are more than 1.9 billion websites in existence today

  • And more than 3.5 billion Google searches every day

  • 55 percent of visitors spend 15 seconds or less on a webpage.

  • AND Get this

    A whopping 97% of consumers in a Pardot survey said bad content negatively impacted their trust in brands.

The internet is a crowded space, overloaded with spammy, jargony content.


A few secrets why our content creation process works:

– We hire only the best. We reject 99% of writers who apply.

– We have a rigorous editing process that puts our content
through the wringer before it gets published.

– Every other content management service claims quality content. But our copy proves it with explosive results
like this.

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We’re proud to add the word “Quality” in our services, because we insist on hiring only world class writers, which means we reject 99% of those who apply, and THEN we take the time to train them to write only the kind of content that attracts (and keeps) the attention of even the most ADD readers.

We’ve built our business on the backs of link-building services. We know what works. We know what Google wants. And we’re quick to react to Google’s algorithm changes, because we never take our finger off their pulse.

You could – after all you know your business best, and you can probably get freelancers for cheaper. And if you did, here are a few things you might already have encountered – you always have that nag in the back of your mind that a blog post needs to be sent out, which means:

  • figuring out a topic,
  • writing it out (or finding a freelancer to write it for you),
  • making sure it’s thorough and accurate,
  • making sure your brand voice is loud and clear,
  • proofreading it for those pesky typos,
  • and then remembering to publish it
  • And if you hire freelancers, the additional burden of watching over their shoulders,
  • making sure they deliver on time,
  • and that they don’t abandon you for someone else.
  • We haven’t even talked about Google’s algorithms….
  • Is your head spinning yet?

So yes, you could write your blog posts yourselves, or hire freelancers, but why would you do that, when you have a service like ours that thrives on producing quality content, that’s utterly readable and ranks on Google, PLUS we deliver on time – every time.

We know you have a lot of options out there, and you might have considered others, or maybe tried them, and even got burned by them. Why would be we any different? It’s a fair question.

It might help you to know that our business exists because of our consistency. Content is king, but so is consistency. Consistency is what creates results. Consistency is what gives you ROI. So we bend over backwards to create quality content consistently. That’s where we go above and beyond other services – and you’ll notice the difference very quickly too.

We stand by our work. If you’re unhappy with a piece of our writing, we make it easy for you to turn off your subscription, and we will refund your money for that piece. No questions asked.

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So here’s how it works:

  • As soon as you pay for one of our services, you’ll be taken to an order form where you pick your options
  • As soon as we receive your order, you’ll receive a Client Questionnaire so we get to understand you and your business
  • Once you complete the questionnaire, you’ll be assigned a content manager to directly work with you
  • The content manager and the assigned team of writers and editors will help come up with topics and delivery dates for each of those posts.
  • We’ll collaborate with you to finalize the topics, delivery dates, and you’ll also get to make revisions as we go along the process until we submit our final. (Note: Rewrites or new directions do not count as revisions)
  • It generally takes our team 1 day to produce every 250 words of content, about 4 days to final first draft estimated delivery for every 1,000-word blog post we create. Any revisions will add to delivery time.

We’re proud to add the word “Quality” in our services, because we insist on hiring only world class writers, which means we reject 99% of those who apply, and THEN we take the time to train them to write only the kind of content that attracts (and keeps) the attention of even the most ADD readers.

We make extra effort right up front to understand your brand, the style and tone of your messaging, and the clients and prospects you connect to. Our client questionnaire is designed to get as much information from you as necessary to make our writing sound like you!

Yes! Our professional team of content writers are hand-picked from a variety of niches, and are trained to research, cite sources and write topics in every business niche.

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