When today’s most influential brands want to tap high-value audiences, they turn to Contently’s technology, strategic services, and talent.
Creativity. Contently’s freelancer network hosts thousands of industry-specific writers and creatives to cover topics around the globe.
Insights. An intuitive analytics suite provides a granular data on ROI, conversions, influence, and contributor performance.
Compliance. Customizable content approval systems allow legal and governance teams to quickly access and check content.
Growth. Data strategists, distribution experts, and translation specialists ensure content reaches high-value audiences.
B2C clients tap our global network of industry-specific journalists, editors, researchers, and designers from the world’s most prestigious publications. Here are just a few:
Satta Hightower is a journalist and content marketer, specializing in creative business, technology, and healthcare stories for Contently clients. She is a regular Fast Company contributor.
Tobi Elkin is a journalist and editor who works closely brand marketers and media companies. She has expertise in healthcare, retail, ecommerce, and CPG content.
Noah Kravitz is a writer, editor, and content strategist who focuses on mobile, consumer tech, and SMB enterprise. He is a prolific writer for widely read publications such as Business Insider and The Huffington Post.
“Contently has quickly become our end-to-end solution partner for content creation and distribution on a single platform.”
—Itai Butchler, Head of Global Digital Marketing, Sodastream
“Contently is great because it allows us to tap into a network of creators who really align with what we’re looking for, so we’re creating content in passion-point areas. The platform itself allows us to move the content along from a workflow perspective and publish quickly.”
—David Beebe, VP Global Creative and Content Marketing, Marriott International
“I knew I needed an easy platform to work with and also to help identify world-class talent to be our writers. We wanted original—not syndicated—content.”
—Jenny McClary, Director of Creative and Marketing, Smashbox