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How to work with and get the most out of a freelance writer

So, you’ve decided your business will be better off if you hire a freelance writer to produce your content. And you’ve learned how to choose a freelance writer that will suit your business. But how do you make the most of the freelance writer or writers that you hire? How do you get the best return on investment? That’s what this blog post is all about.

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How to choose a freelance writer

So you’ve decided to outsource your content creation to one or more freelance writers. Congratulations! That can be a hard decision to make. Now, of course, you need to figure out how to choose the right freelance writer for your brand. This is a fairly detailed look at just how you can do that.

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Do you need a freelance writer?

If you’re reading this, I’m guessing you’ve realised you need content and/or copy for your business or brand. What you’re not sure about, is whether you should write it yourself and if not, whether you should hire a writer on a freelance or permanent basis. By the time you’ve finished this blog post, you’ll know the answer to the question ‘do you need a freelance writer?’ – or you’ll have the tools you need to answer the question.

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Choose black and white baby books for your newborn

Reading out loud to your child is one of the best things you can do in preparation for school and to help him or her develop a love of learning and strong language skills. If your baby is 6 months old or younger, you can boost the benefits of reading out loud to Bub by choosing black and white baby books as young babies and newborns respond best to high-contrast black and white images.

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How to write a great blog post

According to the Content Marketing Institute, content marketing gets three times more leads than paid search advertising. So, if you’re planning to use blogging as a key content marketing tool, you’re definitely off to a great start. But your blog is only going to drive traffic to your website and help boost your sales if you stock it with fantastic content. That’s why I’ve written this whole article about how to write a great blog post.

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Why are freelancers so expensive?

Businesses hiring freelancers for the first time often get a bit of a shock when discussions turn towards rates. But there are very good reasons why freelance rates are seemingly high. And it’s not just the expertise. Whether you’re a business looking to hire a freelancer, a freelancer needing to justify your prices, or a new freelancer trying to establish your rates, this is what you need to know about freelance rates.

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What is low web traffic and why is it a problem?

 

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Have you spent a lot of time, effort and/or money setting up your website only to be disappointed that you’re not getting the benefits you thought you would? There are a range of reasons why this might be the case but low web traffic is a likely culprit even if it’s only a part of the puzzle.

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