Topic Generation is Hard Work - We Can Help

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! Enlist writers to give you ideas and really get your content cranking.

Here's how you do it:
  1. Sign up for an account if you don't have one already.
  2. Next you need to place an order, under the "Title" field, instead of typing an article title, put something like this: Looking for 10 Topics about High Profile Internet Security Failures.
  3. Only load 1 "Article" when placing a topic order - the writer will deliver all of your topics in one document that you will be able to review prior to accepting.
  4. Don't forget to include detailed instructions! If you leave out instructions you won't get back the robust titles + supporting information that will make your articles sing.
  5. Set your own price for the entire batch of topics, not a per topic price.
Sample Instructions for Topics:
  1. When creating titles and topical notes make sure they are both informative and engaging.
  2. Unless otherwise instructed, titles must consist of information that will remain relevant in the coming months; for example try to avoid mentioning holidays or any other time sensitive material.
  3. Titles must include any keywords given in the instructions.
  4. Notes must only mention services provided by the company in question.
  5. Unless otherwise instructed, the notes should not include overly promotional material.
  6. Unless otherwise instructed, the notes cannot contain any negative overtones, be disparaging about the keywords or discuss any drawbacks regarding the topic.
  7. If you include sources for reference or examples, they must all be official (.gov, .edu, or any media outlet. DO NOT USE wikipedia,, ehow, or commercial sites).
  8. Keep the language and tone of your instructions professional unless otherwise instructed.