Our mission is to fill the internet with beautiful sentences that help our customers' businesses.
Our company was born when we realised that there was a lot of poorly written, pseudo-Australian
writing polluting the internet.
G’day, fellow Aussies, it’s Mike the Outback Mechanic here! Maintaining your car is something that many blokes forget about, but it’s super important when you’re clocking up a heck of a lot of miles in the blazing Australian sun. But you’ll need to regularly check your oil, filter and tires if you want to keep your car longer than a gallon of milk, and to ensure you don’t get stranded somewhere between Melbourne and Manhattan! There ain’t many kangaroos around them there parts, and they won’t be much blooming help anyway!
We’re going to take it that you probably realised the above
was NOT written by an Australian writer
for a local mechanic based in the heart of Sydney.
And it probably isn’t the kind of thing that’s going to get too many people interested in what you’ve got to say (except maybe in a “car-crash-oh-my-good-
ness-I-can’t-look-away” type way). We thought the same thing.
We knew there were great writers in Australia (we happen to know a fair few!) and we knew that companies needed good quality content written by Aussies. But how to connect them? Sure, you could use the different freelancer sites that are out there. We’ve tried them too. We got variable quality, huge price ranges and no assurances whatsoever that we’d be happy with the result. There had to be a better way.
And so, as the clouds parted and the stars aligned and the moon was shining just right, Prozely was born. We think the idea is pretty simple. You let us know what kind of content you want, what your budget is and our nifty little algorithm matches you with the best writer for the job. Our hand-vetted, experienced Australian writer gets to work and voila, your content arrives, smelling of leather bound books and rich mahogany. The simple execution
of a simple idea is what Prozely is all about. But we’re always trying to
make it better, so if you’ve got any feedback at all (good or bad),
we’d love to hear from you!