Frequently Asked Questions

Our services are simple. There are two stages to the content service process: placing your order and receiving your order. Here’s how each works:

Placing An Order

  1. Place your order in our online store HERE.
  2. Complete the associated order information form HERE.

That’s it, it’s that simple. We’ll reach out after receiving your order with further instructions or information, depending on the order type. It’s that simple.

Receiving An Order

  1. A dedicated account representative will contact you with an order ETA.
  2. When the order is ready, we’ll reach out again to provide you with your order.
  3. If there are any revisions or changes to your order, just ask!
Generally, we are running at 7-10 business day turn-around time for most strategy orders. However, this may change depending on the influx of orders and situations out of our control. Either way, a dedicated representative will contact you after you place your order to let you know the approximate delivery date of your order.
For writing services, the turnaround time will vary depending on the size of order and complexity of research required. General blog articles typically have a turnaround of 10 business days (2 weeks). Times may fluctuate depending on workload and the size of the order. We operate on a first-come, first-served basis.

Think of Farm 6 Media as a content doctor. And like a doctor, we have sworn an oath to never share your information. We do not share your keyword research, your URL, your niche, or any other information about your order or the services we have provided. You can trust that your secrets to success are safe with us (after all, we provide a lot of those secrets so telling wouldn’t help us any more than you).

You will typically see erratic traffic for the first few months while Google tests out where to put your content. Remember that your site SEO, backlinks, social mentions, and more influence your content rank. So, for best practices, ensure you have a robust plan for publishing with supportive social media marketing and other efforts to maximize your results. The more you put in, the more you’ll get out.

Typically traffic will stabilize after six to eight months. By a year you should have entered the traffic plateau for the content (the plateau is reached when you stop promoting content and rest on the natural organic traffic only).

We guarantee that our team will do our best to deliver well-researched, intelligent research, and (or) content writing. We supply free revisions where necessary. However, if we know what we did is good, we reserve the right to refuse modifications. It doesn’t happen very often that we’re asked to do revisions, so unless you are unreasonable, we will typically do whatever it takes to make your order awesome!

Content writing for the web is the process of writing for a website page, blog, or other online publication. If you’d like to read more about content writing, take a look at our Ultimate Guide to content writing services.
Ghostwriting is the process of writing content such as blog articles that will be published under someone else’s name. Ghostwriting is a great way to increase your content without having to do the writing yourself. It is a hired service offered by Farm 6 Media and other content agencies.

If you have researched how to grow a website then you will know backlinks are a requirement. However, hiring and managing backlink acquisition teams is a lot of work and expensive. Great informational content will naturally grow backlinks over time as other sites link to your reference information as a source. It saves a ton of money and aggravation trying to acquire backlinks, making informational content some of the web’s most valuable – and it’s our specialty here at Farm 6 Media – Content Writing Services Hamilton (but operating worldwide).

Organic traffic is web-based traffic, or visitors, who come to your website via a search result page (search engine). They are known as organic traffic because the visitors come of their own free will, following a web search, and do not come to the site via ads or other marketing such as on social websites like Facebook.
S.E.O. stands for search engine optimization. The process of doing SEO includes ensuring that pages and content on a website are adequately created and optimized for search engines to find and serve the content to the work. The better the SEO of a page, the easier people can find the content on search engines on their browser. However, SEO is only a part of the ranking process, there are many other factors including quality of content that affect search engine ranking.
E.A.T. is short for experience, authoritativeness, and trust. The concept was developed to understand that web-based content that reflects serious topics such as medical or financial topics must be created by those who are qualified to share the information being published. Unqualified creators of content that could affect people are considered to have low EAT in their respective niches. Similarly, those with excellent qualifications are considered to have high EAT. When combined with good content and good SEO, EAT promotes the pages of a website within the search rankings.
Copywriting is the process of writing the text for sales or marketing purposes such as for advertising. Writing used in advertising is typically referred to as copy.
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