Verblio Content Creation – Full Verblio Review

by Tom Kotze
Updated: October 12, 2021

Verblio is a popular content writing service with a great reputation. For this Verblio review, I ordered some blog content to see if they live up to the hype.

I reviewed the sign-up process, the order process, the pricing, and the overall quality of the content based on my experience. 

Want to know how good Verblio is as a content writing service?

Read my full Verblio review to find out.

Verblio Content Creation

Overall Verblio Content Review

I give Verblio Content 4 stars out of 5.

Pros

  • Very easy sign-up and order process
  • High-quality content
  • Various extras available (like video and SEO)
  • A simple and transparent pricing system

Cons

  • A more expensive content writing service
  • You can’t just order a single blog post
  • No option to choose your writer

Conclusion

Verblio offers everything you need from a content writing service. They produce quality content, their platform makes it really easy to get started, and they seem to care about producing the right content for your business. Sure, it’s a little bit more pricey than other blog writing services, but you’re paying for better quality. One of the things that is a bit frustrating about Verblio is that their word counts and content orders are pretty rigid. However, custom orders and subscriptions are available for greater flexibility.

Verblio Reviews (3rd Party Reviews)

Verblio has only incredible reviews on G2. They have a 5-star average out of the 19 reviews (see here) and pretty much only really positive feedback can be found about them. 

Customers praise the high quality of the content, the great value, the efficient ordering process, and the excellent customer service. If I had to base this Verblio review on their G2 listing, then I would only have massively positive things to say.

Verblio third party review

From a few other online reviews that I found, Verblio seems to have a great name for both the quality of its service and its content. Writers love working there, and customers love the content.

I was excited to try it out for myself!

My Verblio Content Experience

I ordered a piece of blog content for this Verblio review to see just how good their services actually are.

Here is my experience.

Signing Up

Signing up on Verblio couldn’t get any easier. You just hit the big sign-up button, choose whether you are a business or an agency, and then fill out the simple form with your details.

Verblio Sign Up

Verblio then asks various questions to get a good feel for what your brand is all about and what type of content writing you will need. This includes your tone, your industry, your audience, and any other information you want to provide.

Company information

Setting up your profile is really easy, but you also feel like you supply Verblio with loads of information. Other content services, like Copify and Compose.ly, don’t ask you any of these questions when you get started.

Once all of your information has been provided, you just have to select your plan (more on this below) and activate your account. This requires you to pay for your content before you start ordering. 

Activation Summary

The entire signup process only took about 10 minutes, but I felt like I had provided Verblio with way more helpful information about my brand than with any other content writing service I’ve reviewed so far.

Pricing

Verblio offers 5 different pricing plans based on the length of the content you need to be written. These plans are split into two options. The first two options use all writers that Verblio has available, and the last three provide you with access to only elite writers. 

The more expensive the plan, the better the quality of writing. This is pretty standard.

Verblio’s pricing plans start at 300 words for $34.95/piece and go up to 2000 words for $359.95/piece. There are definitely more affordable content writing services available, but Verblio claims their writers are of a higher standard and are all US-based. 

I chose the 300-word option. This option uses the regular base of writers, and not the ‘elite’ group.

It’s important to say that you can’t just order a one-off piece of content from Verblio. You have to pay for a minimum number of articles within your plan (in my case 3 x 300-word articles which I thought of as a 900-word piece of blog content). Many other blog writing services, like BKA Content and Constant Content, allow you to just purchase a single piece of content at the length you want.

Word length selection

On top of their content writing services, you can also get some extras added to your order. This includes things like images, SEO optimization, and a dedicated account manager. 

There’s even the option for Verblio to create a short teaser or summary video with each piece of content. This is a really cool thing to add for social media promotions.

Plan/Pricing

Creating Your Order

Once your account has been activated, ordering content is simple. 

You just enter your dashboard, provide your brief, and request your content. The brief allows you to be very specific about what content you want to be written and how you want it written. Everything happens in your dashboard.

Remember, you have already provided plenty of valuable information when creating your profile, so setting up a brief is easy. 

Turnaround Time

Verblio tells customers that most content requests are fulfilled within 72 hours, although custom solutions are available for quicker turnaround times if that’s what you’re after. 

My order was delivered within the 72-hour time frame so I was happy. There are faster content writing services out there, like Copify, but 72 hours is perfectly fine for me.

Content Quality

Finally, the most important part of this Verblio review: how good was the content? I ordered three short blog posts that made up a mini-series on the topic of content marketing. 

This was my experience.

Would I Publish This Article?

Absolutely. I could tell straight away that a lot of thought had been put into these blog posts. Although they were only 300 words each, each post was well researched and offered valuable information. 

It was clear that the articles were written by a native English speaker, and that the writer was actually clued up on the subject. 

They took everything that I included in my brief into consideration. Each article had a high authority external link included and two internal links. The articles flowed well, they were structured properly and the general tone of voice was very close to what I would usually publish. 

I had to make a few stylistic edits, but these were just personal preferences. Overall, Verblio served up some high-quality content.  

I’m sure that using their ‘elite’ writers would offer an even stronger writing experience.

What Errors Did I Find?

No major errors at all. As I said, the articles were clearly written by someone who speaks English fluently. No red flags on Grammarly or Copyscape, and no major mistakes that jumped out at me. 

Verblio claims to have a very in-depth copy-checking process before any work is sent to a customer, and I could see that this was the case. 

Customer Service

No customer service was required for my order because the signup and ordering process was so smooth. I had a good experience with the content, so I didn't need to get in touch with the writer. 

That being said, every Verblio review I found online talks about great customer service so I’ll have to take their word for it. With more advanced content plans, you get your own dedicated account manager who handles all of your queries. We do this for our clients at Contentellect, which is a great solution to personalized customer service.

Verblio Content Alternatives

If you found this Verblio review helpful, then you might want to check out some of our other blog writing service reviews.

See our round-up of the best blog services.

Tom Kotze

Tom is an experienced copywriter and content marketer. He has been writing for Contentellect since 2018, and has covered every niche under the sun. Tom has a hospitality background and was a restaurateur/coffee shop owner before starting his content marketing career.


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