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Live from #DiG2015: Five Crowdsourcing Tips for Improving Your Business

Posted by Scott Yates
Oct 13, 2015 10:00:03 AM

This is the first post ever for the BlogMutt blog written from another continent.

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Topics: Crowdsourcing, why blog

The Speech I Didn't Give

Posted by Scott Yates
Jun 2, 2015 2:51:00 PM

Last night our local business weekly named BlogMutt as the fastest growing company in Boulder.

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Topics: BlogMutt announcements, BlogMutt in-depth, Freelance Writing Opportunity, content marketing, testimonials, marketing, Crowdsourcing, inbound marketing

3 Reasons To Outsource Your Company's Payroll Services: A Sample Post

Posted by Scott Yates
May 1, 2015 1:00:45 AM

Payroll services are invaluable to all businesses, both large and small. However, some business owners don't necessarily see the benefits for these services right away. Compelling content that is aimed at educating potential clients, and not marketing to them, is an ideal way to get your message across.

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Topics: blogging for payroll services, Custom Content, business blogging service, sample post, Crowdsourcing, content writing, blog writing service, payroll services, example posts, buy blog posts

Hire A Blog Writer To Set The Tone For Your Blog

Posted by Scott Yates
Mar 20, 2015 1:09:00 AM

Ghostwriting bloggers are a special breed. They are a selfless lot who are dedicated to finding exactly what you want, writing it for you, and all the while knowing that their name will not appear on the work they completed. Hire a blog writer and get the professionalism, skill, and benefit of someone who simply loves the craft of writing itself. At BlogMutt, we want to raise the level of the blogging art.

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Topics: Custom Content, business blogging service, BlogMutt 1200+ words, Crowdsourcing, Blogmutt example posts, 1200 word posts, blogmutt long-form posts, sample posts, hire a blog writer, Writing blog posts, long-form posts

Great Leaders Think Big, Value Their Own Time, And Hire Bloggers

Posted by Scott Yates
Mar 17, 2015 1:08:48 AM

Great business owners should take the time to ask themselves again and again, "What can I do today that will benefit my business and help it grow tomorrow?" Exceptional leaders across diverse industries have a few key traits in common, and one of those traits is the strong ability to focus. As the owner of your business, it is your job to see the big picture and to spend time creating strategies and solving problems. However, if you get too bogged down in the details, you risk micro-managing your business to death.

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Topics: Custom Content, BlogMutt 1200+ words, Crowdsourcing, Blogmutt example posts, small business tip, blog writing service, blogmutt example post, 1200 word posts, example posts, long-form posts

Three Benefits Of Crowdsourcing

Posted by Scott Yates
Feb 18, 2015 1:47:11 AM

For the last decade or so, companies have been looking overseas, to India or China, for cheap labor. But now it doesn’t matter where the laborers are – they might be down the block, they might be in Indonesia – as long as they are connected to the network. (Wired)

Given the sharp uptick in crowdsourcing in many areas of business, the time has come to examine the trend in detail, sussing out the positives and negatives while determining how best to employ its benefits to your own particular branches of industry.

Three Benefits Of Crowdsourcing
1. Lower overhead. Companies who utilize crowdsourcing often do so via the internet, meaning that they do not need to provide the computers, paper goods, office space, and other tangible needs of the employees filling these roles. As a result, the company is able to pour more of its resources into other areas.

Crowdsourcing is becoming more than just a popular trend. Businesses are harnessing the problem-solving powers of crowdsourcing.

2. Higher creativity. The maxim that "many hands make light work" applies to more than manual labor. Within a traditional team --- whether that team is marketing, sales, or management -- the number of ideas generated in a given team meeting is somewhat dependent on how many people are in attendance. Within the realm of crowdsourcing, since the only thing necessary for involvement is connection to a network, the number of people who can be involved in a project is almost limitless.

3. Greater symbiosis. Since the rules of supply-and-demand operate within crowdsourcing as well as they do outside of crowdsourcing, the back-and-forth benefits of positive conflict still apply. Since more people are often involved in the process, however, the results are greater.

With more and more companies turning to crowdsourcing to handle some of their more challenging tasks, the time has come to seriously consider this popular trend as a viable option for your business.

For more information on how you can harness the crowdsourcing powers of BlogMutt for your business blog, just contact us.

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Topics: Custom Content, Small Business Tools, Crowdsourcing, content writing, small business blogging, small business blogging service, small business tip, small business tips, time management for small business, small business blogs

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