Frequently Asked Questions
At Content Cradle, we work with an expert team of professional writers. All of our writers are US-based and are assessed through a rigorous vetting process of their SEO and blogging knowledge.
All orders are paid for when they are placed. Once your payment has gone through, we’ll go ahead and assign your content to an expert writer.
Once an order is approved and closed out, the copyright information is transferred over to the client. Feel free to use your material however you see fit!
By sharing your content on other websites, you can establish relationships in the market, get better exposure, and create brand awareness.
The minimum fee is $799 for our guest post outreach service, which includes our team of influencer outreach experts working to build relationships with known influencers in your industry. Once we build the relationship, you can either write the blog you want to guest post, or have our expert bloggers write on your behalf (*Prices may vary depending on the blogging package you choose).
Yes, you can. If some websites are less flexible for that, we will let you know prior.
Your content will always be original. All orders are screened through a plagiarism detection service to make sure your content is 100% unique.
Once your assignment has been completed by our writer, you’ll receive an email notification alerting you that the content is ready. You may choose to have it delivered to you via email, or directly posted on your website (recommended).
Absolutely! If you’d like to revise the content, you may request a revision before approving the order. However, after an order is approved, we do not accept revisions.
Yes, you can. Just make sure the article is ready before you place an order to avoid delay in publishing.
Getting a higher rank on Google is not an overnight practice. Guest blogging is one part of the SEO process, and it requires a lot of patience. There is no definite timeline for results to reflect. You just need to be consistent to get better results.
Guest blogging and SEO work well together. When you use this strategy, you’re pitching a community that already exists as the host blog’s audience.
From Google’s point of view, if other people link back to your blog on their websites, then the content on your blog must be relevant and interesting. Guest blogging, therefore, will be an excellent tool for building your domain authority and moving up in SEO rankings.