Let’s cut to the chase. Are you looking for more writing jobs? If so, it might be time to dust off, or set up, the blog on your writer’s website.
A fellow writer recently asked me if blogging is worth the effort when it comes to generating job leads for writing opportunities.
My answer: Yes! Here’s why.
- Publishing a new blog post on the same day each week shows you can follow a routine and meet self-imposed deadlines.
- A blog is a chance to showcase your writing style and voice while tackling a topic you want to write about.
- Posting new content each week proves you’re still writing. If your most recent blog post is dated six months ago, potential clients might assume the website is abandoned.
- Blogging shows initiative and dedication. You have to generate topics, do the writing, add visuals and format it for the web.
When a potential client is reviewing multiple writers for a project, I guarantee the one who shows they can meet deadlines, help ideate topics, write well and do it all consistently will rise to the top of the list.
Why shouldn’t it be you?
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