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How (& Why) To Build A Freelance Design Team For Your Agency

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This guest post was a collaborative effort between BlogMutt and our newest featured partner and global crowdsourcing graphic design phenomenon, 99designs. What BlogMutt does for crowdsourcing high-quality content, 99designs does the same for graphic design.
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By
Brea Weinreb
April 11, 2018

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Bring On Your Super-Niche, Boring, & Hyper-Specific Content

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We at BlogMutt don't consider any industries "boring" or any niche "too niche" when it comes to writing content, and our writers manage to surprise our internal BlogMutt team all the time with just how much they know about just about any topic under the sun. Here's our list of FAQs from very technical, niche, and "boring" customers.
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By
Kali Greff
December 12, 2017

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Introducing BlogMutt's 2,000-Word Posts: Long-Form Content, Handpicked Writers

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Starting January 3, 2018, BlogMutt now offers long-form posts at 2,000-3,000 words, paired with exclusive handpicking of writers by our head of writers. Long-reads, rejoice!
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By
Kali Greff
January 24, 2018

FEATURED

From Zero To 15K Monthly Visitors: Owner Built Design & BlogMutt Complete

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Ready to ramp up your traffic generation? Grab your pen and take notes from Jim at Owner Built Design. Learn how he accelerated his website traffic and now yields 80 percent of new business from organic search engine results.
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By
Charlene Baker
June 29, 2018

How (& Why) To Build A Freelance Design Team For Your Agency

Editor’s Note: Brea Weinreb is Community Manager at 99designs, the world’s largest graphic design marketplace. 99designs Pro offers agencies exclusive access to designer recruiting, customized on-boarding and training, and tools like white-label services to help agencies scale. Here at BlogMutt, we’re working together as a partner to 99designs to make it easier for your agency to connect and work with talented freelancers across a range of creative projects.

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BY Brea Weinreb
April 11, 2018

Topcoder & BlogMutt Join Forces To Deliver Complementary Solutions

Editor's Note: Jiordan Castle leads Content and Creative at Topcoder, the world’s largest crowdsourcing community and platform and BlogMutt's newest trusted partner. Prior to joining Topcoder, she spent several years writing and curating content for startups and enterprises in the relo-tech space, technology consulting, and the insurance industry. This guest post was a collaborative effort between Topcoder and BlogMutt.


 

“Content” is a fancy word for writing — the cornerstone of your every marketing initiative. In fact, according to Marketing Insider Group, just last year 72% of online marketers said that content creation is their most effective SEO tactic, and 60% of businesses with a blog acquired more customers than those without. Why?

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BY Jiordan Castle
March 28, 2018

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

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

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BY Scott Yates
October 13, 2015

The Speech I Didn't Give

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

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BY Scott Yates
June 2, 2015

Hire A Blog Writer To Set The Tone For Your Blog

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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BY Scott Yates
March 20, 2015

Three Benefits Of Crowdsourcing

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 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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BY Scott Yates
February 18, 2015