Web Companies Create Marketing Hubs for Indie Writers, Artists

Scripted taps a collection of part-time writers to produce tweets, blog posts, and white papers for companies that sign up for its service.

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Scripted raises $9M for its writing services, plans to launch copy-editing service next year

Scripted, a three-year old company, has built an entire business out of helping meet that demand, and today, it’s announcing that it has raised $9 m

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Start-ups Fueling The ‘Freelance Economy’

Scripted is a marketplace for writers that screens applications from experts in a range of fields who can write.

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6 Ways to Make Content Marketing Sustainable

Some companies turn to agencies like Brafton or services like Scripted, Contently, or Skyword to hire outside content creators.

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Scripted adds Marketo Co-Founder Jon Miller to Board and, Matt Cameron, former Yammer Corporate Sales Director as VP of Sales, to management team.

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How to Create a Content Marketing Strategy From Your Existing SEO Content

According to Sunil Rajaraman, marketers are willing to pay $1.95 more per word for “thought leadership” content.

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Percolate Adds Another $24 Million, Takes Content Marketing Battle Up A Notch

Percolate users fill out a brief within the Percolate platform which then gets sent to Scripted writers for fulfillment.

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San Francisco President, CEO Advises Tech Students To ‘Be A Sponge’

Sunil Rajamaran, President and CEO of Scripted – a leading content marketing firm based in San Francisco — shares his advice on being an entrepren

Read Full Article, a talent agency for marketing writers, raises $4.5M from Redpoint, Crosslink

Unlike other freelancer marketplace models (like oDesk, elance), Scripted has built a platform on top of the labor marketplace to deliver a complete s

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Failure: The F-Word Silicon Valley Loves And Hates

In Silicon Valley, there’s an “F word” that entrepreneurs say in polite company all the time: failure.

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