Leave Your Blogging to Me

How to Outsource Blog Writing
By Melanie L. Marten

When a daily blog posting schedule becomes too great a task for your busy lifestyle, learn how to outsource your blog writing to keep the readers interested. Choosing a skilled writer to post to your blog platform can be a difficult job. Learn how to judge a freelancer is writing skills and get the best value for your dollar when hiring.

  1. Bloggers know that frequent, interesting posts are essential to maintain the interest of your readers. If you do not post on your blog regularly, the readers will stop coming and the subscribers to your blog feed will delete it from their files. If you find yourself unable to post articles or interesting anecdotes on your blog on a regular schedule — at least every two or three days — you should outsource your blog writing.
  2. Look for freelance writers who have experience in both blog posting and search engine optimization. It is important to get the proper key words in your blog posts while creating an entertaining story or informative article that will encourage readers to come back for more.
  3. Freelance blog writers can be found at various places on the Internet. Freelance bidding sites such as Getafreelancer and Elance are filled with hundreds of freelance writers eager for your work. Finding the correct one for your job will take some research. Search for those who are proficient in English and have good review scores from those who they have previously worked with.
  4. Freelance bidding sites are popular with non-English speaking people who bid at extremely low prices for writing jobs. If you want quality blog writing, avoid these types of bidders.
  5. Once you have found a freelancer to outsource your blog writing to, it is essential to give them all necessary information about both the topic and style of your blog. Give lists of keywords or keyword phrases you want included in the blog posts as well as any instructions about how informative versus how entertaining you wish the blog posts to be.

From: eHow.com

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