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Not sure which forms, reports, and records your side hustle or sole proprietorship needs this tax season? Get it together with this handy checklist. File Your Taxes With Confidence For many new freelancers, tax time can be a rude awakening. And it’s no walk in the park for veteran sole
Unsuccessful prospective guest bloggers act like door-to-door salespeople. Successful prospective guest bloggers act like invited guests who show up with a nice host gift. How can you be the door knockers welcomed by publishing sites? Continue reading The post Guest Blogging: A Step-by-Step Guide appeared first on Content Marketing
Every Canadian freelancer or sole proprietor appreciates a good U.S. client or two. With a population that’s nearly 10 times higher than ours, the U.S. is home to big and small companies in all kinds of industries. In fact, it’s not unusual for a talented Canadian graphic designer, writer, PR
Your B2B audiences want to solve a problem or learn something new without feeling like they are studying for a Ph.D. And yet, boring, academic-like content pervades. It’s time to rethink that. Continue reading The post B2B Content Isn’t Boring Unless Your Writing Is appeared first on Content Marketing
The antidote to monotone content? Conversational writing. It feels more personal, less academic. More importantly, it’s effective. That said, let’s talk. Continue reading The post Write Like You Talk: 12 Tips for Conversational Content appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Content creators know the struggles before, during, and after they put words to (digital) paper. Here are some tips, tricks, and exercises to help and a new e-book that pulls together our most helpful writing advice. Continue reading The post Tips, Tricks, and Advice to Help Overcome Your Writing
Great content writing takes more than transcribing interviews or curating easy-to-find information. Use this (often misunderstood and undervalued) writing process to explain why faster content isn’t always better. Continue reading The post Why Rushing Your Writers Never Leads to Great Content appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
As December debuts with colder and snowier weather, we’re wishing for snow days, warming up with a print magazine, and answering questions about writing. These are the three things we noticed this week. Continue reading The post We Want a Snow Day, a Mailbox Delivery and More [The Weekly
If there’s one thing Marc Schenker can say for sure, it’s that running a marketing agency is very different from freelancing. After working for almost a decade as a freelance writer, he decided to shift his focus to the digital and content marketing space. And in 2018 The Glorious Company
Picture this: You’re a freelance graphic designer who works with clients all across the world. At any given time you may be working on a website for a client in the U.S., logo designs for a client in the UK, and business cards for a client in Canada. But when