We are a niche cloud-native content agency

Let our skilled team of operators-turned-writers generate a range of content to fit your needs

Why choose us?

Generating content in the modern age can be tough, especially when speaking to a technical audience. You could could try to handle it all yourself, but that takes a lot of time. You could outsource it to one of the many general content writing firms, but that costs money and those firms typically do not have the domain knowledge to handle writing about cloud-native topics. So where does that leave you? Well, our team of writers has been embedded in the cloud-native community from the beginning and is constantly staying up to date with new developments. This allows us to deliver a very niche and technically superior service when compared to general writing firms, and we handle it for you.

Here's how it works

You're just one call away from getting the process started

Step 1.

Schedule a discovery call

At this stage, we will sit down with you to learn about your company's marketing strategy and content goals. If your company looks like a fit for Cloudspeakers, we will schedule a time to spin up a custom Content Plan.

Step 2.

Agree to a content plan

Depending on your content and goals, we will work with you to create a 3-6 month Content Plan.This way you can see exactly what content you'll be getting and how much you will pay for every piece.

Step 3

Begin producing

Once the Content Plan is agreed upon, we will begin producing tested and edited cloud-native content that's ready to publish every 1-3 weeks. If our work ever falls short of your expectations, we'll work with you to revise it.

About our agency

We are the brainchild of a cloud-native engineer with a passion for writing. Therefore...

We write for engineers

Our agency creates technical content for a technical audience. Unlike more generalized content agencies, we have a diverse background in solving complex engineering problems. Some of the topics we cover include:

LinuxContainersKubernetesEdge computingCloud-native securityAnd much more...

We have a passion for research

Our agency uses an extensive background in cloud-native engineering to deliver a variety of content to clients such as:

blogse-bookshow-to articlesand whitepapers
Every project we take on goes through a thorough research before the topic is agreed upon.

Featured In

Our writing has been featured in a variety of publications through the web:


What type of blog posts do you write?

We will write just about anything as long as it correlates to cloud-native engineering in some fashion. This could include things such as tutorials, white-papers, e-books, though leadership posts, or even a newsletter.

What do monthly planning sessions cover?

Before the meeting, we'll assess your blog and come up with a list of researched pitches with rough outlines and sources. During the meeting, we'll get your feedback and make sure we're sending the right message to your audience.

Can I request revisions?

Absolutely, we are more than willing to work with you to make sure you are getting the content you expect. If you aren't satisfied with what we submit within two revisions, we will offer you a refund or a rewrite.

How do you write the blog posts?

We write all of our posts in markdown and send you the raw text files along with any code samples, images, or screenshots.

How long are the blog posts you write?
We try not to quote a specific word range for quality reasons. However, we are more than willing to work with you if you do not feel the content you receive conveys your message appropriately.

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About Cloudspeakers

My name is James Bohrman and I'm the founder of Cloudspeakers. After working in the tech industry as a cloud-native engineer for multiple years and blogging on the side, I decided to blend my two passions into one.

Now, I strive to help my clients create high-quality technical content that educates their audience on the use and importance of cloud-native tools and practices.

If you would like to learn more about how valuable high quality technical content can be, feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter.