Content Services

How it Works

Source and deliver outstanding content for your business

Content is information, ideas and experiences that may provide value for an end-user audience in specific contexts. It’s what informs, entertains and inspires us.

Every brand has something to offer the world and if you present what you have to offer in a compelling way, consumers won’t mind that you’re promoting your brand at the same time. Get great content delivered differently when you start your project using blur Group.

Why blur?

  • More choice

    Your new preferred supplier list

    • • 40,000+ service providers worldwide
    • • On-demand - ready when you need it
    • • Scalable: Any project. Any size
  • More focus

    Only buy from motivated providers

    • • We create the competitive environment
    • • You choose the best fit
    • • Global expertise at your service
  • Streamlined process

    100% Under your direction

    • • One-to-One human support
    • • Single point of payment
    • • Robust project management technology

Delivered by Exchange Experts

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  • Article written for
  • Article written  and award-winning Motorsport JournalistArticle written and award-winning Motorsport Journalist
  • Article written  and award-winning Motorsport Journalist
  • Banner ad copyBanner ad copy
  • Banner ad copy
  • Blog design for inner-Sydney shopping centreBlog design for inner-Sydney shopping centre
  • Blog design for inner-Sydney shopping centre

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Exceptional quality and over-delivery better than we could have sourced ourselves.

GE Healthcare

It took two weeks to find the copywriters needed for our campaign using the Exchange. The last time I’d tried to do this it had taken me several months.

Zurich Insurance

Such a model is aimed at the higher-end market. Big companies with big budgets that want to tap into the world’s expert pool without being locked into lengthy contracts.

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