Freelance Writing Q & A
I often get questions about content marketing, freelance writing and social media. The following are some of the most comment questions I get about my freelance writing services. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask! Use the contact form at the end of this page to contact me or email me directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
Why should I hire a freelance writer instead of writing the content myself?
Running your business is a full time job in itself. Finding the time to create and manage the content can be nearly impossible when you’re fully invested in overseeing the day to day of your business. While you may not be able to bring in another employee for one reason or another, hiring a freelance writer gives you flexibility of working on an as needed basis and the reassurance that you’re message is getting out there.
Other benefits of hiring a freelance writer are we’re trained to write; We look beyond grammar and spell check. We know how to be conversational and authoritative all at the same time. We can appeal to emotion.
How do I know you’ll be discreet with your ghostwriting services?
I never give out company or client information that I ghostwrite for. When I promote your content, you will always be attributed as the author or content creator. You gain full usage rights to the content since you’ve paid for those rights.
How long of a commitment do I need to make?
Content marketing and social media management should be part of your long term business goals. The moment you stop promoting is the moment people forget about you. At first you may not require or want a long term commitment.
While I don’t require long term commitments of my clients, I do recommend that you continue to promote and create new content long after we’re done and I do offer discounts for ongoing projects or batches of content versus one-time or as needed work.
How do we decide on topics and content?
I love clients who can supply outlines for the kind of content they want created so if you have research, keywords, or topic ideas, that’s perfect. If not, I will suggest topics and content that will appeal to your target audience. I’m also open to a combination of both tactics. The important thing is to make sure your message is spread in the best possible way.