If you have a blog or a website in need of a revamp, our team of vets can write your content for you.
From the first contact…
Before we embark on any content writing services, we need to get to know you. That means a phone call or email conversation where we find out the purpose of your blog or website. It helps if you give us a link to your site so we can do some research. We’ll also talk about your budget, expected article quantity, timescale, and whether you have any freelance writers in mind.
Once we’ve worked out exactly what it is that you need, we’ll give you a quote for the work.
…our freelance writers work hard to…
Once you’re happy with the scope of the content, you can sit back and wait for your article. First, we decide on the best writer to undertake the work. This could be any of our freelance veterinary writers who are available, but if your project has a tight deadline or is within a specialist niche we may reach out to other veterinary writers with a specialism or availability to take the piece on.
As Jo is our SEO-guru, we might consult with her to make sure the information you have given us is sufficient. We might recommend extra keywords or subheadings if you haven’t given us many.
…write your pet content…
After agreeing the brief, your freelance veterinary writer sets to work. As vets, we often lead busy lives- your writer will probably be writing your content between patients, after work, or on days off. They’ll also research your topic thoroughly, making sure that they are up to date on any recent advancements.
The finished article is then returned to the admin team, along with the writer’s invoice.
…and deliver it to you!
The last stage is our proofreading process. The article goes to one of our proofreaders, who read and edit the article, looking for clinical accuracy, style, sense, and grammar. They make sure the paragraphs are optimised for SEO and that the content keywords are used throughout.
Once our proofreaders are happy with the article, we’ll send it on to you for approval. Feel free to make suggestions, although please remember that the vets won’t say anything that’s untrue, or could be misconstrued and cause harm. Once you’ve agreed the content and paid our fee, it’s yours to publish wherever you like!
How long does it take to write a blog article?
According to studies, the average time taken to actually write a blog is 3.5 hours. And that’s not counting all the work that goes on behind the scenes here, including crafting a brief to ensure you get what you want, and the final proofreading touches. However, turnaround time is usually up to fourteen days due to other work our vets have on.
If you need your content writing sooner, please let us know and we will do what we can to accommodate you.
Who will write my article?
Your article will usually be written by one of our qualified veterinarians, unless it is more appropriate to be written by a veterinary nurse or scientist. The writer with the most closely aligned interests and availability will usually be chosen, but if you have a writer you’d prefer then just let us know!
Can I name the vet writer on my website?
Absolutely! We recommend naming the freelance writer, as it’s an important signal to search engines that you’re using Subject Matter Experts. However, if you’d rather not, that’s fine too – it’s totally up to you!
What can I ask you to write about?
Although you can ask us to write about anything, pets, vets, and animals are our forte! Our freelance writers can compose articles on any pet or vet subject. If you aren’t sure what you want us to write, just ask – we can put some ideas together for you!