With a growing number of freelance writers entering the market, some freelancers may feel the need to resort to alphabet arson to attract attention.
Congratulations! You’re writing a blog! And you’re diligently churning out posts in the hope of captivating your audience. But is anyone reading your content? I mean really reading it? Or are they just cruising by and not connecting with your message?
As a blogger, you put a lot of energy into ensuring that your content is great and will keep people’s attention. But how much time do you spend making sure your posts are optimized for search engines?
Writers and their blogs are a bit like good house contractors and their own houses...often times we write so much for other people that our own blogs suffer.
If you have been generating a decent amount of business as a freelance blogger, you’ll need to muster up enough motivation and creativity to create your own blog. Ghost writing, or writing under another company’s brand can provide a good start for your writing career, though creating your own blog elevates your game to another level.
We've gone over the things you can do to drive traffic to your blog posts after you’ve hit publish. Now let's look at the ways you can identify the topics your readers will want to read.
As the midpoint of another decade passes, digital marketing heroes have yet another wave of social media trends to be aware of.
In 1938, a small local company was founded to sell dried fish, fruit, and vegetables. Through decades of intense diversity and wholehearted effort, the company has flourished to become one of the leading forces in modern technology—Samsung.
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Being a freelance writer is a challenging, fun, but sometimes lonely way to earn a living, or supplement your income.There seems to be no end to people who want to talk to you when you have a full content calendar. Yet when it’s time to find out how much to charge for freelance writing, you can feel like there’s no one who you can talk to.
As a freelance writer, you're probably looking for easy methods to land more jobs and to increase your client list. But you're thinking, "I don't have the best pitching skills" or "I don't have hours of extra time on my hands".
Would you like a simple, 5 step process for finding and landing a project all with less than an hour's work a day?
Holidays can be stressful, both at home and in your business. The key to relieving at least some of that stress can come from planning ahead. And one way to plan ahead, at least in your content marketing, lies in a solid, well maintained content calendar.
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Two weeks ago, the silly blog post you put together in 10 minutes went viral. But then, the one that took you hours to craft has failed to get notable traction. A head-scratcher, I know!
For those of us in charity, the numbers can just stagger the mind- 2321 registered charities in Calgary alone. There are 85,000 registered charities in Canada. The USA has an unbelievable 1.5 MILLION such organizations.