Rules of Maintenance: The Writer-Editor Relationship
With the rise of freelance writing as an essential component in content marketing and publishing, so has come a swell of new relationships between editors, managers and freelance writers. But not all of them are the best they can be. Here are some tips about how to build and maintain the delicate but essential writer-editor relationship.
Gifting for Gratitude: Generous Gestures Never Go out of Style With Clients
When you’re a freelancer who relies on networking and relationships to find and keep good clients, a little gratitude can go a long way. But what’s appropriate, or even ethical, when it comes sending gifts or tokens of thanks to a client or someone who gave you a referral? We asked several professionals about their favorite ways to show gratitude.
Moonlighting or Full-Time Freelancing? Pros and Cons for Freelancers and Clients
For freelancers, deciding to just moonlight or to quit the day job and freelance full-time is a huge dilemma. And for clients, deciding whether you need a moonlighter or a more-available freelancer can be equally vexing. To answer both, full-time freelancer Lena Katz lines out key points to help you decide.
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Dear Marketers, 13 Ways You Can Be a Better Client to Freelance Writers
As a brand marketer, you have the power to create strong relationships with freelancers that bring out their best work — but don’t take them for granted. Here are some professional dos and don’ts of working with freelancers.
Are You Accidentally Obnoxious? Phrases to Avoid With Freelancers (and What They Think)
Whether you’re a potential client or a part of a marketing team, have you ever unknowingly ticked off your talent? Here’s what freelancers say in private when you use one of these eight potentially obnoxious phrases.
Four Steps to Help Marketers Engage Better With Their Remote Workforce
Don’t treat freelancers and remote workers like they’re disposable. Learn key steps to keep them engaged and in the loop.
How Hiring a Professional Writer Helped a Specialized B2B Grow
When competitors actively read your content, you’re doing something right. Learn how the owner of a niche consultancy jumped into content marketing and found just the right writer to help differentiate and grow his business.
The Importance of Building Relationships With Your Freelance Writers
Although freelancers aren’t part of your full-time team, it doesn’t mean you can treat them as disposable. Learn why building strong relationships with your freelancers is important for long-term success.
#ProContent Podcast: Fostering a Healthy Working Relationship Between Writer, Editor and Client
Trust, communication and organization are difficult to maintain when you’re working in the same office as someone. How do you keep these relationships healthy when multiple parties are in different locations? Ben Jacobson and Luke Wolfe give their advice on maintaining relationships in the distributed workforce.
Survey Results: Factors in Determining Freelance Rates for Different Assignments
Get survey results and a full-time freelancer’s breakdown on how time, tasks and experience can affect the rates freelance writers charge for different assignments.
15 Scenarios When to Pay Freelance Writers Higher Rates
Respecting freelancers’ time and value is key to a good working relationship. Learn when you should reasonably expect to pay freelance writers more than a standard rate — so you don’t drive away good talent.
#ProContent Podcast: Organizing Your Content
Get tips and strategies for organizing content, assessing internal and external needs, and avoiding the duplication of effort.
Easily Request Content Ideas From Writers With ‘Pitching’ from ClearVoice
Great content starts with great ideas. That’s why we’re introducing a new feature: pitching.