You’ve probably heard how important blogging is, but it can be timely. You need to come up with ideas, organize them, do research, find the right keywords, write it out, edit them, find images… but what if you could outsource all of that work and still receive the benefits of a blog? There are multiple options across the internet for you to now hire help without paying too much. Here are some things you need to know and ways you can get started if you decide this is the right choice for you.
When to Outsource
There are multiple reasons you should outsource your blog writing, but how do you know when is the time? Here are some reasons:
- You don’t like writing
- Blogging is taking up too much of your time
- You need to produce more blogs than you have the time to write
- You want a SEO/keyword professional
- You’re ready to expand your team
How to Start
First, you want to outline exactly what you need help with. Do you need blogs? For someone to help with guest posting? Do keyword research? All of the above? The more specific you are on what you need help with, the easier it will be to find help.
Once you know what you want, it’s best to find concrete examples of what you’re looking for. If you want only a blog writer, find examples of blogs you want yours to look like. When you give a writer an example, you’ll need to spend less time micromanaging them or explaining to them what you need. You can simply show them an example and they’ll get to work.
Where to Find Writers
There are thousands of websites that offer writing services. If you know people in your network, that can be a good place to start before you reach out. From there, some of the most popular sites for finding writers are on Reddit, Fiverr, or Upwork.
Also keep in mind, you can use an essay writing service for your blogs. Essays and blogs are similar in their structure, so that can help you as well. It may take a little trial and error to get to the find a perfect writer for your business, but it will be worth it in the long run when you find one that works. That way, you can focus on your business and let professionals take care of the writing.
Jackie is a writer out of Denver, Colorado with a never-ending passion for good TV shows, gadgets, and old-school video games.
Compensation Area of Interest I’ve been writing articles online for over 8 years, but I’d like to start getting into the review world. I love, love, love TV shows and gadgets.