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Copify is a content marketplace where you can buy content for your site, press releases, ebook content, or any other needs from US and UK-based copywriters.

The company has been in business since 2010 and is based in the UK. They have the largest network of UK-based copywriters, and can handle orders within 48 hours.

About Copify

copify reviewThe company is run by CEO Martin Harrison and co-founder Rob McVey, who are both directors of Copify. Martin looks after the marketing side of the business, along with recruitment and customer service, while Rob looks after the technical side of the business.

All of their copywriters work remotely across the United States and the UK. Your writing project will be assigned a “native” writer based on your preferred geography.

Copify’s services are aimed at digital marketing agencies and professionals in need of quality written content. Content is the driving force behind online promotion. It’s also one of the most time-consuming tasks behind running a blog/website.

Outsourcing written content to professionals who can turnaround your order quickly and optimize the content for SEO can save business owners a lot of time and money.

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Copify Services

Whatever your written content needs, Copify promises to deliver. Some of the more popular forms of content include:

  • Article writing
  • Blog posts
  • Press releases
  • Product reviews
  • Ecommerce content
  • SEO copywriting

One of the biggest struggles of online business is finding an audience of customers, and content marketing has emerged as the most popular way to do just that. But if you don’t have the time to craft compelling content yourself, hiring an outsourced service can get you in the game.

With Copify, you can order content on a one-off basis or in bulk and request changes to your order before accepting the work.

WordPress users can use a special plugin to import their content directly into their site with links and formatting intact, instead of having to copy and paste.

Plans and Pricing

Their pricing model is based on cost per word.

“Standard” copy costs £0.03 a word, and “Professional” copy costs £0.05 per word. At these rates, you will pay £15 and £25  respectively for a 500 word piece of content.

In the US, you’re looking at $30 for a 500 word blog post at the Professional level. (I actually couldn’t find the option for “Standard.”)

These prices are considerably higher than you would expect to pay from a “content mill” (see below), but theoretically reflective of the quality and experience of their copywriters, all of whom are native English speakers and go through some strict testing to be approved and join the team of freelancers working for Copify.

When you place an order, you select what type of content you need, describe your requirements such as the keywords to include or the tone to write in, and hit submit. A typical turnaround time is just 48 hours.

Copify Alternatives

While Copify’s rates are higher than what you might find at “content mill” sites like HireWriters and Textbroker (or Fiverr), they’re significantly lower than companies like Ellipsis, which charges up to $200 for a 500-word article.  

Another service offering native English writing service is Copywriter Today, and they have an interesting subscription based model that could end up saving you money depending on your content demands. 

Your Turn

Have you ordered content from Copify? If so, please leave a review below to help others with their decision.

2 Reviews

  1. I really had a bad experience with Copify – didn’t realise they would be this bad. Big cheater. I spend £150 for an article to be written by an english writer; however, they outsourced it to an overseas writer. When I challenged them they went quiet but wont return my money.

  2. Sorry Nick, but Copify most certainly *is* a content mill. Just because the rates they charge customers are slightly higher than some others, the principle is exactly the same – stack ’em high, sell ’em cheap, stiff the writer.

    The fact that they offer two levels of copy suggests that Copify themselves do not believe in the quality of the “standard” level of copy either. And their MD got very upset when I pointed that out to him in my blog post here – http://www.tech-write.co.uk/cheap-copywriting-the-proof-it-doesnt-work

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