Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Freelancing Eco-System - $1000 for a Blog post?

Freelancing Eco-System - $1000 for a blog post?

To define Freelancers
1. Their appetite for work is very high
2. They couldn’t cut it in the real world
3. They don’t invest their time in understanding and brainstorming about the brand’s goals
4. They can write, write and write

Marketing professionals who wish to work with these such people will face a shocking surprise. Freelancers are in demand and are often paid extremely well -- some earn more than $1,000 per blog post.

These freelancers are exceptionally good in subject matters, core understanding of the content and the quality of their writing. Though they get a chance to get hired by biggie brands they turn them down, because they believe in self-employment to become leaders in the path chosen by them.

These freelancers writing content for you are no longer outsiders, they become so crucial that you may call them invaluable business partners. They’ll help you cultivate your brand’s strategy and share insights about what they’re seeing -- every day -- on the playing field. It’s in your company’s best interest to treat these business partners with ultimate respect

Quality comes with a price tag. If you are looking for a great content, you need to pay your writers well. You need to woo your writers and build a strong rapport with them, because ultimately, the demand for high quality content is higher than it has ever been. But the actual problem is getting the right people in right place. This process is very tougher these days and consumes much of the time. EDM’s or LinkedIn doesn’t serve the purpose to the best.

Freelancers are unbelievably busy. They book their services several months in advance, and they’re spending their days doing more than just writing. They’re highly focused on finding steady, high-quality work. The relationship building and what is called CRM, Customer Relationship Management is being redefined as Client Retention Management by these freelancers.