OK, first of all, before we dive deep into this posting, let's clear one thing up. When I wrote this, I had only been freelancing for about 3 1/2 years. By no means did I consider myself a veteran.
However, I did and still do consider myself to be a writer who can fully meet the needs of my clients.
To put it simply, if you are in need of content, I can produce it for you. If I feel that I will have trouble creating it for you, I will happily outsource it to one of my highly-qualified connections who has experience creating the exact type of content that you are in need of.
Now, onto the good stuff. I want to discuss two different sites that provide content: Writer Access and Blogmutt.
Blogmutt and Writer Access
In my opinion, Blogmutt is a joke! When you outsource content through Blogmutt, you don't know if you're receiving content from a person who has absolutely zero experience in creating content or a person who has twenty-plus years of experience in producing content.
Additionally, it will take time for you to sort through the content that various writers have written. This significantly reduces your overall productivity. Now, on the upside, you only have to accept and pay for content that pleases you (but the same applies to the content that you receive through Writer Access).
In fact, when you outsource content through Writer Access, you can rest assured that you are receiving content from someone who has much experience in creating content. Better yet, you can handpick your writer, meaning you know from the get-go that the content you receive is coming from a writer who has the exact kind of experience that you're going after.
Don't get me wrong. From a beginner writer's perspective, Blogmutt is the dream site. A writer with no experience at all can gain a bit of experience producing content for clients, and possibly, just maybe, he or she might be compensated for the content that is produced.
I would never want to brag, though, that I produce content for Blogmutt. This site charges clients $89 a month for a minimal number of blog posts that come from writers who may or may not have experience creating content.
Writer Access, on the other hand, screens its writers (and constantly reviews them) and provides high-quality content for each and every blog posting at a much lower rate than Blogmutt. In fact, Blogmutt charges about $20 for a 300-word blog posting, while Writer Access charges anywhere from $5 to $50 for a blog posting that will come from a writer who has many years of experience in creating content.
All in all, my point of this posting is that if you are in need of content and you're deciding between outsourcing the content between Blogmutt or Writer Access, then Writer Access is the WAY TO GO!
Better yet, if you decide to outsource your content through me, you can bypass any type of outsourcing fee. If, however, you would like to take advantage of Writer Access, you can hire me through the Writer Access platform by clicking on this link.