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3 Ways To Adapt Your Unique Voice To Online Content Writing Jobs

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We offer some tips for adapting your natural writing abilities to ghostwriting for business blogs and other content writing jobs.
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By
Ruth Buchanan
July 20, 2017

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How We Went From Unranked To The First Page For "Outsourced Blog Writing"

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A case study on how blog writing improved our keyword search ranking for "outsourced blog writing".
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By
Kali Greff
August 17, 2016

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Storytelling Through Crowds

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Over my career I’ve had the opportunity to see firsthand the power of crowdsourcing across different types of work, and writing is one of its most powerful applications.
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By
Steve Pockross
February 28, 2017

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Editorial Calendar Template For 2017

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Our 2017 version of the editorial calendar template is fresh, piping hot, and ready for use to bring your blogging and content strategy into the new year.
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By
Kali Greff
December 20, 2016

3 Ways To Adapt Your Unique Voice To Online Content Writing Jobs

Editor's Note: This post first launched in May 2016; however, in an effort to keep you supplied with the freshest and most current information possible, we're now dropping the remix. Enjoy!


 

It's no secret that BlogMutt’s success has been built on a foundation of great writers. Writers just like you!

Over the years, we've found that while freelance writing tests the skills of even the most seasoned and talented writers, it's ghostwriting that pushes those tests to the limit. Writing for yourself and writing for (and as) someone else are two very different things, and there’s a learning curve that even naturally great writers must overcome to succeed as a ghostwriter.

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BY Ruth Buchanan
July 20, 2017

Mastering Topics: The Single Most Important Part Of Your BlogMutt Experience

Editor’s Note: At BlogMutt, we know that creating spot-on topics is by far the best way to receive posts that meet your expectations. This post was originally published in January of 2015, so we thought it was high time to make a few updates and ensure that you have the most relevant advice and best practices possible.


 

“What are topics? How should I use them?”

These are two of the most common FAQs we get here at BlogMutt. Fortunately, we’ll lay out how to be successful within the BlogMutt system using topics (formerly called 'keywords'). Topics tell writers the types of blog posts you want to be written, and tee up writers to provide blog posts that meet your expectations.

Lots of topics, lots of posts. No topics, no posts. It's that simple.

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BY Sara White
July 18, 2017

Home Services Sample Post: Renters, Consider Hiring Professionals For Your Next Move

This post developed for a home services company that may specialize in cleaning, moving services, or any other related offerings, may find posting blogs helpful in marketing what services they offer and why they're lucrative and necessary to their target audience(s).

This was written by one of BlogMutt's 3,000 stellar U.S.-based writers, who could easily write similar topics for your company's business blog.


 

The National Multifamily Housing Council states that approximately 35% of people in the United States rent their homes. While renting doesn’t come with all the overhead costs associated with ownership, it does carry its own unique set of rules. Unlike homeowners, those who rent usually have stringent requirements they must meet in order to get their security deposits returned.

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BY BlogMutt
July 14, 2017

How Blogs Help Business, Even If No One’s Reading Yours

Editor's Note: this post was originally published in November 2015 but has been updated and refreshed in July of 2017. While the main idea—that blogging is important for small businesses even when your readership is smallremains as true as ever, we wanted to update some of the stats and details to be as accurate and timely as possible. 


 

By Simon Stuchlik 

It's one of the main lessons marketers teach small business owners: blogging can significantly improve your digital marketing success. From drawing people to your site to establishing thought leadership in your industry, an active business blog is the engine that drives your digital efforts. 

But especially if you are not experienced in digital marketing, you might worry that your blogs are not attracting the visitors necessary to make a tangible difference. How blogs help business when you have few readers can seem like a huge mystery. Blogging seems like sending a message in a bottle at first: you may send fantastic content into the wide reaches of the internet, but don't have any idea (or any reliable way of finding out) whether that message actually reaches its intended audience.

While you might not have a clear grasp of your readership and reach right now, or even feel worried that no one's even reading your posts, in reality you actually don't have to worry about these details. Just keep posting.

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Even with minimal readership, the benefits of how blogs help business are undeniable. So, exactly how do blogs work to build your business? Let's dive in a little deeper.

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BY BlogMutt
July 13, 2017

BlogMutt Freelance Writer Spotlight: Cheryl Hosmer

For July's Freelance Writer Spotlight, we'd like to introduce you to BlogMutt's very own Renaissance woman, Cheryl Hosmer.

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BY Molly Krumholz
July 12, 2017

Blogging For A Plastic Surgery Practice: All About Microcurrent Facelifts

Creating an engaging, informative, and consistently updated blog for your plastic surgery practice is a great way to build credibility and attract new clients. A blog also gives you the opportunity to answer the questions prospective clients have, and calm their fears about plastic surgery. 

The following is a sample post that one of our talented, 3,000+ U.S.-based writers wrote as an example of content tailored for a plastic surgery business.

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BY BlogMutt
July 7, 2017