Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Do You Blog Out of Fear?

What does I mean exactly by this question? How does it affect your business? Is blogging even beneficial for your business? How do you tell? Today's post at tackles all of this -- and a bit more.

FYI, I just happened to click over to Pat B. Doyle's site (an internet marketer I interviewed in the latest issue of Inkwell Editorial's newsletter), and she comments on this in a roundabout way in her March 3rd post.

Freelance Writing Jobs / SEO Writing Jobs
Note about job listings: I list positions that offer immediate work – and future work. Keeping your pipeline full requires taking a long-range approach and thinking out of the box (eg, sending in your credentials to FT postings). That’s why I provide explanations as to why I list certain positions. My goal is to get freelancers to start thinking of marketing as an on-going business task, not a one-shot, “apply to this gig b/c it’s open” thing.

Freelance Copywriter

Freelance Writer/Resesarch Assistant

SEO Copywriter

SEO writing/editing for architectural websites

Daily Blog Writer

Writer for Web Portal

Website Content Writers Needed

Real Estate Writer/Reporter Wanted

Medical Writer (good to apply for b/c (i) medical writers are always in demand; and (ii) even if they find who they're looking for FT, they will probably use freelancers from time to time).

Editor (ad mentions that this positon will oversee freelancers; hence, they use them, so good to apply for).

Hope everybody had a productive Wednesday. I'm at it a little late tonight -- doing some catchup from earlier in the week.

Always editorially yours,
Yuwanda Black, Publisher
How to Start a Successful Freelance Writing Career Newsletter
P.S: Notice how many jobs now have "SEO" in the title? Want to learn how to make at least $250/day writing simple 500-word SEO articles? Read how here.
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