Tuesday, February 24, 2015

The Top Five: Best Writing-Related Articles from February 16-20

5. "Essential Home Office Hardware for Freelancers" on Tech Cocktail (Boris Dzhingarov)


Need a second opinion about what your home office should look like to best facilitate your freelancing business? This post makes a number of thought-provoking points (ever considered two monitors before?).

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4. "Ask What Other Freelancers Do Wrong to Become a Client's Go-To Worker" on Lifehacker (Kristin Wong)


Clients want to know that you're dedicated to getting their project right the first time, efficiently. Therefore, according to this post, the best way to ensure that you have a steady stream of clients (or just a number of clients you can count on to be repeat customers) is to ask about their negative experiences with other freelancers, and work to correct them.

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3. "The Ultimate Content Marketing Checklist: 40 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Publishing Your Next Blog Post" on Kishorm Haskar


How can you be sure that every blog post you write and publish will be as effective as possible in garnering or maintaining your intended audience? Glance through this quick list of things to remember before you hit that PUBLISH button!

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2. "4 Steps to Successful Product Creation Every Blogger Should Know (But Most Don't!)" on ProBlogger (Danny Iny)


There's nothing like an expert article from a ProBlogger writer. Not only are there four steps in this post, but also each one is broken down even further into applicable steps you can actually take to ensure excellence.

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1. "9 Ways to Promote Your Blog and Get More Readers" on Make Use Of (Dave LeClair)


This post is really a spectacular, thorough infographic packed with guidance and tips to guarantee that your blog posts will net you satisfied followers.

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And there's the lineup for last week. Let me know what worked and what didn't in the comments!

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