Monday, February 11, 2008

How to Make 5K+/Month, or More, Writing SEO Articles

If you’re an SEO writer (aka article writer, SEO content provider, web writer, etc.), you’re probably busy. And if you’re not, I guarantee you there’s a marketing flaw.

SEO content writing is a hot niche in freelance writing right now, and you can quickly become overwhelmed, as one freelancer recently learned.

To give some background on this article, this post is a direct result of one freelance writer’s recently foray into SEO writing. Briefly, she bought my ebook on SEO writing, and started to get queries before she even started to market. Read about that here.

She was afraid she’d get overwhelmed quickly, and as she worked full-time, I advised that she should consider outsourcing.I directed her to an article I’d written before on how to go about hiring outsourcers, and told her I’d write one specifically as it pertains to the SEO industry today. So, here goes:

Read the rest of this post here.

Tomorrow's Post: "Mary" the freelancer who's just starting her SEO writing career I blogged about in the link above, got three client queries after only one week of marketing and just landed her first project. Read the update tomorrow!

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