We've been working with PR agencies for more than a year now, and they often have questions for us. Frequently the same questions. If only there was a way to answer those questions...
Hey, how about this? An FAQ!
Do you have an agency discount?
Yes. Our prices start at $89/month for each account for regular customers getting one post per week. For agencies, all accounts get a 10 percent discount, even on the longer/higher quality posts, and certainly for the plans with more posts per week. (See this post to learn how agency accounts work.) You also have the option of signing up for either a weekly posting plan or a monthly posting plan.
Can I just sign up for BlogMutt on behalf of my client and resell the posts to them as a part of what I do for them?
And they will never know I'm using BlogMutt?
That's right. All our writers are great about following our rules, which are very clear that they never contact the client. We've sold thousands of blog posts now, and it hasn't been an issue at all.
Does that really work for us to hire you and then pass on the work as our own?
Sure. Happens all the time. Your clients don't care if you use subcontractors, they just want the work done. Also, this way you get a chance to spruce up the posts to make them like you like them, and maybe add a photo or something, and charge whatever you want to charge.
Did you know that the man who invented the term "public relations" was Sigmund Freud's nephew?
Wait, I'm the one who's supposed to be asking questions. What's going on?
You want someone to write blog posts for your clients because writing posts takes a ton of time. You are probably a great writer, but you just don't have the time to focus on that task. I'm an award-winning writer, and I still have the BlogMutt writers write the examples of BlogMutt posts, and they do a great job.
I LOVE having them write for me and I bet you'll feel the same way.
I spent years as a writer and editor, and wrote a nonfiction book before starting BlogMutt with Wade back in 2011. I love words, and I love working with the amazing staff and dedicated writers of BlogMutt who also love words, and know the power that they have. Also, this quote: "I love deadlines," Douglas Adams said. "I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by."