All freelancers know the benefits of having long-term contracts, but that doesn’t mean they’re easy to score. We consulted five talented and successful writers to find out how they did it — and how you can too.
On the #ContentRadar this week, we provide a glance at the freelancing news and tips you need to take your freelance business to the next level.
Getting your CTA right can be tricky. But that’s why we compiled 15 examples from some of today’s biggest brands to help you get inspiration for your website, emails, social posts and videos.
The key to social media ROI is standardizing how you review and report it. Use this guide — and the included templates — to determine and track your most important metrics for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and more.
We conducted an informal survey of the essential items freelancers keep on their desks and the results were fascinating. Learn what keeps creatives productive, focused and happy while they work.
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3 Outdated Grammar Rules That No Longer Apply
Do grammar rules ever become outdated? Of course, they do. Here are three examples of common “errors” that actually no longer matter.
Whether you lean more toward the sales or content side of marketing, make your own go-to list of marketing conferences and events to attend through 2020.
Whether you’re a novice illustrator or a pro — or just a creative who is fascinated by the process in general — graphic designer Hannah Sydiongco shares how she gets inspiration for new designs and her unique approach to making them come to life.
Check out this list of some recent, useful social media marketing tips that will make you a better freelancer, content strategist and creator.
Spoiler alert: Your site or social channels probably are making at least one of these content no-nos. Get ready to facepalm.
Has your go-to strategy for landing pages lost its mojo? Rethink your entire approach to “the content gate” with these fresh martech ideas.
Where did the day go? If you think this more often than not, it might be time to try time-blocking. This technique helps you map out your day so you not only get all of your work done but leave time for friends and family and even — gasp — relaxation!
Whether you’re a veteran or a novice writer, take a page from Umberto Eco’s book and learn how cross-referencing can feed and nurture the main ideas in your writing and even open up new questions.
Connect with more creative professionals in the coming year with our guide to the top conferences and events for writers, freelancers and creatives throughout 2019 / 2020.
Want content marketing skills that pay the bills year-round? Experts say these are the five areas that will set you above all other candidates and make you indispensable to clients.