3 Questions to Ask a Freelance Content Writer

3 Questions to Ask a Freelance Content Writer

Hiring a freelance content writer isn’t an easy task. If you’ve never had cause to hire a writer before, chances are you head for Google and look up a few relevant search terms to see what pops up. You may even have found my site via one of those searches. But how do you know where to go, who to ask, where to begin? There are thousands of writers out there today, each with their own...

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What is the second most common question I get asked?

When people discover I’m a writer, the first question is the obvious one. “What do you write about?” Since I write for a wide array of clients, I usually roll out a short list of topics I’ve written about recently. That’s when the second most commonly-asked question pops up. It’s this: “How on earth do you manage to write about [insert topic here]?” It could be plumbing, currencies,...

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Professional blog content: is it worth it?

Plenty of people have a blog they use to bring in new business and clients. Some people write their own blog content, but many others seek out the services of a professional blogger to create the content on their behalf. There are many good reasons for doing this. The blog owner may not have the time, skills or the inclination to write their own blog posts. So by hiring a professional blogger to...

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Ghostwriter rates: how much should you pay?

I came across an article this morning in the Digital Journal that delved into the topic of writing fees. It was a fascinating read and it presented a convincing argument for why clients should avoid the cheapest writers like the plague. My ghostwriter rates are not the highest in the business, but they are certainly not the lowest either. Far from it. It makes me smile and shake my head every...

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Hire A Ghostwriter: #1 Easy Reason Online Marketers Should Do It

Hire A Ghostwriter: #1 Easy Reason Online Marketers Should Do It

If you are an online marketer the chances are pretty good that you’ll currently have a hundred and one things on your mind that need doing.  How does this list compare to your own list?

  1. Create new information product
  2. Buy a domain name for that product
  3. Set up the hosting
  4. Write the sales page to go with the product
  5. Figure out how to get

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