SocialBee Content Writing (Articles)

We write articles that convert.

They are keyword-informed and customer-driven.

Our aim is not word count, but delivering value. These articles have about 1000 words, as we find that it’s hard to create context, flow, and value, in fewer words.

Use the content we create for you to publish as blog posts on your website, as guest posts on other websites, as newsletters, or any other way you see fit.

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What to Expect?

You’ll get your own dedicated Content Writing Bee – as we call our colleagues who handle this service (and yes, this is a real human being) – who you can email if you want any changes to your articles or content or your strategy.

We’ll generate a Content Marketing Roadmap and then create one article per WEEK for the Content Writer Weekly, or one article per MONTH for the Content Writer Monthly, in your style and voice, and delivered via Google Docs for easy use & feedback.

Our team has a vast experience with a diverse set of topics and styles, so as long as we can research a topic, or you can provide us some guidance via interviews, we can deliver any type of content. Try us out 😉

Content Writer (Early Bird)
One Article per MONTH


You’ll get one regular (800 to 1200 words) article per MONTH.

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Content Writer (Early Bird)
One Article per WEEK


You’ll get one regular (800 to 1200 words) article per WEEK.

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How does this actually work?


Step 1 – Intake Form

Once you become a customer of this service, we ask you to fill out a small intake form so we can learn more about your business and your content needs.

If we feel like we still need more info from you (after you fill out the intake form and we do our very own research), we’ll follow up with an e-mail (please use – our support email) or set up a call to further discuss more details that we may need in order to be able to create good quality content that will meet and even exceed your expectations.

Step 2 – Content Marketing Roadmap

We use all the information from the intake you fill out, plus our own research to come up with an SEO friendly content marketing plan (keyword informed & customer-driven) that among other valuable details also consists of about 10+ Blog Post Titles – that we can then implement starting with the 2nd week.

Step 3 – Content Creation

When creating the content we can usually go for one of two ways:

1. If it’s a topic we can write about by using our own knowledge and online research, we can handle it all on our own.
2. If we need more input from you, we either have calls to interview you, or you can send us some notes/recordings that will serve as a base/outline for our articles.

We share the draft via Google Docs so you can offer feedback directly on the article.
Usually, after a bit of feedback, we get in sync with what your preferred style (and tone of voice) is.

The End Result

  • A Content Marketing Roadmap (CMR) containing valuable information and insight.
  • A well-written article that brings value to your audience.
  • An in-depth content that in time will prove to have a great impact on your business – customer trust and ultimately, sales.

Why? Because:

✔️We write articles that convert.
✔️Our articles are keyword-informed and customer-driven.
✔️Our aim is not word count, but delivering value.

Additionally, in our experience, we have found that it can be difficult to create context, flow, and value, in under 800 words. Also, search engines and social sharing favor long-form content/articles, therefore we highly recommend the sweet-spot of 1000 words.

However, in case you are interested in longer or shorter articles, let us know so we can find the best way that works for all of us.

The SocialBee content writing service is essential to our business.

The SocialBee team helps us explain to the world in simple and effective words how are we helping our clients.

But more importantly, they tell the story of our clients to inspire other entrepreneurs to take action and to build something awesome.

Marius Vetrici

Founder and CEO, WPRiders

What do we need from you?

  • First, you need to become a concierge content writing customer (you’ll need to have at least a social profile connected to make the payment, but the articles don’t have to be linked to that social profile at all).
  • We’ll ask you to fill out a small intake form so we know what type of articles you prefer, what style, and what’s your goal with this content.
  • Ideally, we would love it if you provided feedback after the first articles, so we can edit them and get in sync with your expectations for the next rounds.

Download Writing Sample


See some of the articles we created by downloading a Writing Sample below.


How do I get started?

To get started:

    1. Go to the SocialBee App and create an account (or log in to your existing one).
    2. Make sure you have your social accounts connected under your Profiles.
    3. Go to Concierge, select one of the Content Writer services (pick any social profile) and make the payment.

Once done, we’ll get in touch in max one workday to get you started.

And if you have any other questions, you can just book a call, reach out via the chat widget or email


Who writes this content?

Our amazing content writing bees.

These are real humans (we did not manage to train actual bees to write as well, yet) with experience in content writing and who are guided by an editor who helps them craft the best content for you.

Will I have control over what’s created?

Yes, you will.

Once we finish the 1st draft (actually it’s more like the 2nd, as we first do internal editing and review before sending it to you), we send you the new article via a Google Doc file, so you can easily comment and give us any feedback you might have.

Usually, after a couple of rounds of feedback, we get in sync with you, and most customers have little to no comments going forward.

What happens if I want some changes made?

You just comment directly in the Google Docs article or email us. Just email your dedicated Content Writer Bee at and they’ll take care of it.

How come I should just use

We use a ticketing system behind our shared email, so we can easily manage our workflow, assign each email to the right bee, and work together as a team whenever it’s needed.

This way, when your designated bee is on holiday (yes, even bees need some time off from time to time), another bee can take over and have the full context of your business.

Plus, whenever there’s a need, we can jump on a video call with you. Just let us know.

Is this generic “industry” content, or is this only for me?

You’re unique and we treat you as such.

The strategy and content are 100% tailored to your needs based on your existing content (mostly your website and other materials you can share) and your responses in the intake form.

Where can I use the content you deliver via the Content Writing (Articles) service?

We usually deliver the articles in a Google Doc (this way you can also easily provide exact feedback). You can then use the content as you want.

Most of our customers use this:

  • as a blog (aka article) on their own website
  • in a newsletter
  • or even as a guest post on another website.

Just make sure you let us know if they are not intended as blog posts for your website, so we can craft the article to suit your needs.

Do I need a SocialBee Platform license?

No, you don’t. Though the platform would help you with posting on social media 😉

But if you want to use this service without having a SocialBee license, email us before so we can set that up for you.

What’s the difference between the Content Writing (Articles) and the Social Media Specialist?

With the Content Writing (Articles) we write long-form (about 1000 words) articles that you can use on your blog, newsletter, or anywhere you’d like.

With the Social Media Specialist, we write (usually short) social media posts that get shared on your social profiles.

What’s the difference between Content Writer One Article per MONTH and Content Writer One Article per WEEK?

The only difference between these two services is the number of articles you get each month. Well, that and the price.

With the One Article per MONTH option, you get just that. One article each month. So if you would use this service for a full year, you’d get 12 articles.

With the One Article per WEEK option, you get, again, just that. One article each week. Depending on the month, this means that some months you’ll get 4 articles and in others, you might get 5. So if you would use this service for a full year, you’d get 52 articles.

What’s the Content Marketing Roadmap?

The content marketing plan (or roadmap) consists of about 10+ Blog Post Titles. They are well researched, keyword driven, and line with your goals and needs.

We deliver the content marketing roadmap on the 1st week after we get all the needed info so that you can give us feedback. Then we write the articles (one per week) starting with the 2nd week.

What’s the intake form?

The intake form is a small form that we ask our Concierge customers to fill out, so we can provide the best services. Shortly after you fill out the intake form and you become a customer, we’ll email you the link.

Depending on the service you have, the form will differ, but the main idea is for us to better understand your business and your needs.

Don’t worry – filling out the form is quick and fun.

How long does it take from the time I pay until the time it’s all running?

It usually takes less than one workday for us to email you and ask for the intake form responses, plus any other questions we might have.

Then, it all depends on how quickly you fill out the intake form. If you know your market well, it takes 10-15 minutes at the most.

Once we have your replies, we get you the first deliverables (Content Marketing Roadmap and/or the first article) within a week.

So, all in all, the entire process usually takes less than a week from pay to yey!

How can this be so cheap?

We’re using internal trainings, tools, and procedures to really streamline our content creation activities. We’ve removed most of the overhead regular agencies have, and this allows us to offer this service at a very affordable price.

The prices will go up in the near future (but still stay affordable), though, so join now to lock in our services at the current rates.

The Benefits of Blogging/Articles

The reason we recommend having an active blog page is that blogging (having a variety of articles on your website) will benefit you and your business long-term. Here are some of the most important benefits of blogging:

Blogging will help you build authority in your industry

Writing valuable, educational and interesting articles is one of the best ways to establish yourself or your brand as an expert in your field. Blogging really gives you the possibility to share relevant industry-related information/insight to your readers as well as address pain points.

Blogs can generate social media shares & backlinks

The blogging benefits from social media shares are becoming more and more important when it comes to SEO. Therefore publishing blogs on your website and sharing them on your social media platform/s can open up opportunities to reach a wider audience while triggering search signals as well.

Blogging helps bring traffic to your website and increases engagement

The time spent by visitors on your web pages will generate leads and increase your brand’s position.

Blogging facilitates valuable discussion with your customers

Blogging gives businesses the opportunity to connect with customers/prospects through conversation. By having a blog page you show your visitors that you’re open to comments, you are interested in their feedback and even criticisms. And by getting feedback and comments, you’ll learn what’s on the minds of your prospects – which is ‘marketing gold’ really.

Blogging allows you to create fresh content

Google loves to see new content being added to your website on a regular basis – and it even rewards the websites that do that with better visibility. And that’s exactly what you need: visibility.

Blogs create opportunities for internal linking

Internal linking is important because it helps your individual blog posts and other pages to rank better in SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages). Internal linking improves SEO, but it also helps to improve user experience by making your website much easier to navigate.

Blogging allows you to increase the use of your targeted keywords

Using way too many keywords on your pages will not benefit your search ranking. However, with blogging, you have the opportunity to increase the number of times you can use your main/targeted keywords.

Blogging allows you to get creative with your articles

Once you have some articles on your blog page, you can repurpose them to create guides; or you can use them to attract people to subscribe to your newsletter. Not to mention that you can actually transform the information used in your article into a Newsletter format that you could send out to your subscribers.

So, basically, blogs are a great way to:
  • directly engage your target audience
  • educate, inform, address pain points and bring solutions
  • launch products or services (promotions)
  • make your website more interactive
  • attract your ideal customers and transform them into loyal customers
  • create an opportunity for discussions and gain feedback through comments
  • boost your authority and influence in your industry

Every blog should bring value to your audience, and you don’t always need to be selling something through your content. It’s important to educate and engage your audience, and content has the power to do that – regardless of whether it’s an educational article or storytelling.

Also, keep in mind that modern algorithms look for pages that are rich in content and easy to read. Search engines and social sharing favor long-form content/articles.

Therefore, investing in good quality, in-depth content will in time have a great impact on your business – customer trust and ultimately, sales

The Hub & Spoke Approach

What is the Hub & Spoke Strategy?

The Hub & Spoke approach is a content marketing strategy that adds depth and value to your content, all the while giving the topic you write about the authority it deserves. Essentially it is a way of organizing content.

The Hub & Spoke Strategy consists of:

  • The Hub – the main page/book with a section that addresses each sub-topic
  • The Spokes – the sub-topic sections/chapters that link to a series of articles

And, each article dives in depth into that sub-topic. So, basically, this strategy fits easily into your regular blogging process.

If you are interested in this approach, we can go for the Hub & Spoke content marketing strategy, where we come up with the:

  • main topic – almost like a book/main page (the hub)
  • and the multiple chapters/sub-topic sections the book/main page contains (the spokes).

The main benefit of this approach is that it brings compounding results, and over time it will help you rank well for your main topic. Also, it’s something that can be rolled out in stages, with each additional article having value on its own.

And as always, if you have any other questions, just reach out.


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