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How to stay organized when working with freelance writers

I’m passionate about sharing what I know. I have a straightforward, tell-it-like-it-is speaking style that has been described as refreshing, straight to the point, and like a cannonball. I’m passionate about sharing what I know. I have a straightforward, tell-it-like-it-is.

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How to find a content marketer that’s worth hiring

I’ll be honest, there aren’t many content marketers I’d hire. I have standards! I want someone who’s an amazing writer, can network with influencers, and is savvy as hell. But I’m not alone. Every startup founder, marketing executive, and small

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How to get your coworkers to write for the company blog

When I worked as a content marketer at a tech company, I wanted my coworkers to write for the company blog. Sure, our freelance writers were great, but I knew our audience would love unique insights from our own team.

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Why freelancers should discuss rates with each other

When I had a full-time job, potential clients came to me and asked me to write for them. I liked the work, but I wasn’t sure if I could turn it into a career. Freelancers have a lot of fears

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15 tools I swear by as a content marketing consultant

If left to my own devices, I’ll sit in bed laughing at videos of Pomeranians until I get bedsores. But software tools and productivity processes get me out of bed and into my office chair. Yea boi.

I’ve compiled 15 tools I swear by as a freelance writing consultant. These tools are so helpful and awesome that Snoop Dogg is probably using them to keep track of his weed supply.

Hopefully, there’s a tool or two on this list you haven’t considered before. Maybe my processes can help YOUR processes. But maybe your shit is way better than mine already ;-)

What tools do you use to keep yourself sane? How do you keep it cool when it’s 1,000 degrees and that blog post you’re working on just caught on fire? I would love to hear about your favorite tools for organization, productivity, and communication.

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How to write a case study without impressive metrics

Case studies help you show off your business acumen, provide social proof by highlighting customer experiences, and offer insight into your excellent problem-solving skills. But wait! How do you write a case study if you don’t have any metrics to

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