It’s called “Perfectionism” and it effects many new writers, developers, and freelancers. At some point, it effects almost everyone who attempts to launch their business online whether that business is content marketing or something else. [Read more…]
I once wrote a post about the importance of avoiding distractions as a freelancer. It began with a little story about burning a pot of coffee and related that to how distractions can yield a similar result in your work.
Since then, I’ve come to expand on those ideas a little more, finding a structured scheduling process that has become very effective. [Read more…]
This week’s weekend reading list has some great posts on content creation and copywriting. [Read more…]
Your online reputation can make or break your brand. It may be surprising to some that a simple online image can have such a major influence. However, it is as simple as a few clicks to find out everything you want to know about a person, company, or website. Luckily, blogging provides a way for you to improve your reputation through a few simple techniques. [Read more…]
A big challenge for old and new freelance bloggers is avoiding distractions and staying focused. This can be especially true for those that are in the “transition phase” where you might be working a day job while trying to build your business as a freelance writer or blogger. That is a particularly difficult time where you might find yourself to tired on any given day to stay on a consistent schedule. But those are the times to build good habits and stay focused.
Here are some of the things that I find to be effective ways of staying on task as a freelancer. [Read more…]