Blogging is time-consuming, and so is writing. Creating quality content takes time, it takes a lot of research, planning, outlining, and drafting, and polishing before you can complete the publishing step.
Yet millions of blogs rely on fresh content each day.
As a website owner, entrepreneur, or business owner, it is oftentimes easier to hire content writers to produce quality content for you.
But where do you go to find good content writers? Especially ones who won’t cost you an arm an leg?
And what kind of qualities should you look for when hiring content writers?
This article is going to answer these questions for you.
I’m also going to share a secret that many freelancers don’t know!
The Secret Most Freelancers Won’t Tell You
I am more than a blogger. I am a freelance writer and editor. I’m an author. I’m a content creator. I’m a business owner, too.
I do coaching. I help others become authors. In fact, there are many jobs I do online, and there are many tasks I’m responsible for.
I’m more than just a blogger… and I have various income sources.
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I sometimes outsource tasks to others to make my various jobs easier. This includes hiring writers to do research for me and draft articles, which I then add to, edit, and either publish or give to my clients.
My standards are very high, and that is why EVERYTHING must meet with my own personal approval before they are shared with others, with my readers, or with the world.
When I first started freelancing, I did everything myself.
As my business grew, I realized that I needed help. I could no longer do everything myself! There simply are not enough hours in the day!
While speaking with a fellow freelancer, I learned that she outsourced many of her tasks… including the writing projects she was hired for!
I was a bit flabbergasted. I was surprised that she did this! But the more she explained it to me, the more it made sense, from a business standpoint. What she did was hire a writer to write the article she was hired to write. She paid that writer a fraction of what she was paid. Read More