Creating excellent content is a key element of optimising your online presence, but once you have created fantastic information you need to disseminate it.
In advertising, there are certain buzzwords that are synonymous with selling more, e.g. free, save, win, etc. As a freelance writer, if you become intimate with buzzwords that sell, you can make your communication more effective – and land more freelance writing jobs.
Statistics say that over 1 million new users join Facebook or Twitter every week. Amazing! Sadly however, few marketers or businesses are doing ‘it’ successfully, and all because of four mistakes.
You might write great articles. But are you following the five golden rules of marketing your article successfully? If not, here are five golden rules for you…
Search engines rate all websites based on their internal criteria, and this increasingly includes Social Media pages such as Facebook. With that in mind, let’s consider five key ways you can apply SEO techniques to Facebook in order to drive interest.
Have you thought about using Twitter to market your business? Twitter is free, and available to small and large businesses.
Though the current economic downturn has, without doubt, impacted virtually every sector of the E&M marketplace it has also accelerated and intensified the digital migration among both providers and consumers of content.
No traveling to work on a crowded bus or sitting in traffic; no boss shouting in your ear telling you what to do (and what not to); in fact, no need to get off the couch until mid day. Freelancing does come with a large number of benefits but it isn’t an easy option.
You’ve pulled all-nighters. You’ve burned the midnight oil. You’ve worked through the wee hours. But what I’m suggesting is a radical departure from this. I’m suggesting that you carve out time to write in the morning – when the sun is on its way up rather than down, when you’re daisy-fresh rather than dog-tired.
When the gear required for your work is missing, how do you expect to stay in business? More so, how do you even expect to start off on a freelancing career? It’s simple: You can’t.