Wednesday, June 12th, 2013
Today is guest blog posting day of the Blogathon, and I’m happy to have Jan Udlock as my guest. When you’re done reading here, head over to JanUdlock.com to read my post about busting blogger’s block and to learn about Jan’s virtual assistant services.
3 Reasons You Should Hire a Writer for Your Business
As a business owner, you have countless tasks to accomplish every single day. If you had a 40-hour work week, you’d be thrilled because right now your average day probably creeps into the 9 to 10 hour range, 6 days a week.
There’s one way can you cut down on your business to-do list: Hire a writer so you can reduce your stress and provide value for your customers. In addition to lightening your load, here are three more reasons why you should hire a pro writer. (more…)
Thursday, January 21st, 2010
Keeping up with your social media accounts is no easy task, especially when you have a business to run. If you are on the fence about hiring a social media content writer, consider these seven reasons why you should.
Tuesday, August 18th, 2009
There are dozens, no scratch that, thousands of website content writers available to work with you on your website content. The truth is that more than 3/4 of those writers will do a fine job writing your content, but that doesn’t mean they are the right writer for you.
So how do you sift through the thousands of websites to locate the best website content creator?
When you land on the writer’s website, look for three things.
Wednesday, June 17th, 2009
Generally speaking, freelance writers are a knowledgeable bunch with skills in a number of areas. However, there are a few tasks that fall outside of the realm of freelance writing. Here is a list of some of those items. (more…)
Thursday, May 14th, 2009
When it comes to outsourcing your content creation, there are many benefits. If you are in doubt, consider these three benefits of an outsourced writer.
Benefit #1 – Make good use of your time.
When you have a writer to handle the time-consuming task of writing and editing, you have the ability to focus on other important tasks; the things that are the most valuable use of your time, such as managing your staff or finding new clients, for example.
Thursday, May 7th, 2009
At least two or three times a week, I have a client call me and say, “I wish I didn’t have to outsource my writing, but I’m just not a very good writer.” Usually, after this comment is made it is followed by a nervous laugh and then some sort of self-deprecating joke.
After this sequence of events, I always disagree with sincerity saying “You don’t ever need to apologize for your writing skills. We all have strengths, and if you are truly a bad writer, then I believe its because you just don’t care to write.”
And that’s ok!
Two other things also come to mind: