Writing Packages

As we come to the end of a great year for Gay Content Writer, I thought it would be wise to state again the differing writing packages offered to our clients. As always, the service is completely flexible, and if you are not sure what you might need, feel free to contact me and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

The Basic Package

Gay Content Writer works primarily with the gay adult affiliate webmaster, operating blogs and driving traffic to gay adult sites. Because site aesthetics are very personal to the blogger, GCW offers a basic rewriting service, providing 150 – 200 word text pieces from the supplied affiliate text and media. The emphasis is on driving sales with imaginative and graphic use of language, while including core SEO methods to assist in Google SERPS.

GCW receives the text and media (or a link to it already out in the wild) and the text is rewritten, with your goals in mind, and emailed back to you.

This can be done on a daily basis or arranged weekly.

The Complete Post

For those who would like to continue with other projects but don’t want to abandon their profitable blog, GCW offers a complete posting solution. The client provides a log-in and a list of all their content suppliers, with affiliate links, and GCW does the rest on a schedule of your choosing. You can be sure that your blog will continue without your constant attention, with GCW adding the media, the text and your links on your behalf.

Posting format can be agreed beforehand, ensuring that your site continues to build a regular and increasing income through original posting, while you focus on your other income streams.

The Commenter

Added in mid 2011, the commenting option was a service requested by one client and adopted by others. Providing support to the original post, comments are a great way to add additional information and assist in driving traffic. For example, GCW creates a post for a new video from one of your top converters, the following day a comment is added showing appreciation for that post and mentioning that the guy featured has appeared previously in another great video… The commenting service not only increases click through and interest, it can increase discussion and audience participation also, building up a strong following amongst the readership.

Additional Services


In mid 2011 GCW branched out into niche-specific fiction, providing male erotica for two clients. These extensive stories have proven to be very popular, and has led to greater emphasis on this service.


After working on adult product descriptions and reviews for the BlokeToys site, GCW has increased its efforts in this area and now offers this service to webmasters who also offer physical products for sale to their visitors.

Many retailers of adult products simply use the supplied product descriptions, and this of course affects their position when it comes to search traffic.

GCW can now provide a bespoke service to rewrite product descriptions to improve SEO efforts, increase traffic and gain sales of those products.


As always, these services are affordable and competitive, with basic services provided for less than the cost of a cup of coffee. All services are adaptable to your needs.

4 thoughts on “Writing Packages

  1. With havin so much written content do you ever run into any problems of plagorism or copyright violation?

    My blog has a lot of exclusive content I’ve either created myself or outsourced but it looks like a lot of it is popping it up all over the web without my authorization. Do you know any methods to help prevent content from being ripped off? I’d
    truly appreciate it.

    1. Hi Sherrill,

      The best way to deal with this is as follows –
      1. Make sure you have a copyright statement in the footer of your site. This makes it clear from a legal standpoint
      2. (optional) Add a page somewhere on the site, perhaps linked from that copyright statement, making it clear that you will take action against infringements of your copyright.
      3. To find thieves of your work, select a line of your text and run a Google search on it in “”, this will bring up all instances of your content found by them.
      4. Contact all of those who have this content on their sites, and demand, politely, that they remove it. Tell them that they have seven days to comply before you take legal action.
      5. Return to those same sites after seven days, and if your content is still there, run a “whois” check on their services, find out who hosts them, and make a direct request to them.
      6. If all else fails, you can go to http://www.google.co.uk/dmca.html and file a complaint directly with Google. I would file one for every instance on a site, even if it’s not yours and you can see that they have been copying everyone out there. You’re not just doing those victims a favour, you’re also showing Google that the site hasn’t just “accidentally” stolen your work, they are serial offenders.

      If you get to the point of having to make a request to Google, you might want to go all the way and hammer it home to them that the person in question is a thief, and you could get their entire site blocked through copyright infringement.

      This is why it is such a bad idea to simply copy the work of others. And this should be a warning to all those out there who copy/paste – if they file a relevant complaint with Google and they see repeated instances on your site after investigation, your site can be obliterated from Google immediately.

      Copy theft is a serious issue on the net, don’t do it, or you risk losing your site.

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