- Do I need to have a blog?
- I don't know what to write in my blog
- I don't write well enough to have a blog
- I'm too scared to publish my blog
- How can I write better for my blog?
- Who can help me with my blog?
- What content can I produce instead of a blog?
DO I NEED TO HAVE A BLOG?
I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO WRITE IN MY BLOG
- What are their problems?
- What are the common questions they ask?
- How can I help them?
- What are they interested in?
Pen portraits: understanding your ideal audience, by John Espirian
How to create an avatar, by Neal Brown
The Apprentice: spotting the spelling error in your marketing copy
The Apprentice: proofreading isn't just about the words
I DON’T WRITE WELL ENOUGH TO HAVE A BLOG
7 tips on how to ask for feedback on your writing
I’M TOO SCARED TO PUBLISH MY BLOG
Perfectionism is the enemy of progress.
Working as a freelance editor: the first five years
Working as a freelance editor: the next five years
Marketing tips for freelance editors: the Content Marketing Academy Conference 2016
Why should I go to an editorial conference?
The Content Marketing Academy six months on - a review
HOW CAN I WRITE BETTER FOR MY BLOG?
I REALLY CAN’T DO THIS. WHO CAN HELP WITH MY BLOG?
How much do copywriters charge in 2017?, by John Espirian
How to write a copywriting brief, by Neal Brown
Why your business needs an editor
Do I need a proofreader or a copy-editor?
How to find a professional proofreader
What is a style sheet, and do I need one?
CAN I MAKE OTHER CONTENT INSTEAD OF A BLOG?
A physiotherapy clinic like my mate Jack's can do really well with short videos tackling common patient questions and problems.
My friends Ross and Kev have just launched The Honestpreneur podcast, aimed at small businesses.
Fellow editor John makes nifty 20-second explainer videos like this one about using emojis on Macs.
- Should I have my video transcribed?
- Why should I have my video transcribed?
- What types of transcript are there for my videos?
- Should I use a transcript of my video as a blog post?
- Should I edit my video transcript myself or hire an editor?
- Hiring an editor to repurpose your video transcript.
DO I NEED TO HAVE MY VIDEO TRANSCRIBED?
- it improves accessibility
- it's good for search engine optimisation (SEO)
- a searchable transcript will improve navigation of your video.
WHY SHOULD I HAVE MY VIDEO TRANSCRIBED?
WHAT TYPES OF TRANSCRIPTS ARE THERE FOR MY VIDEOS?
Editor chat: my interview with Chloë Forbes-Kindlen
What is a style sheet and do I need one?
What are the types of transcription? by Liz Dexter of LibroEditing
Rev.com transcription service
If you have a shop or salon, you can choose how to write out your opening times and how you write dates. You can decide whether you spell organise with an s or a z. Again, it’s about bringing consistency to everything you write about your business.’
SHOULD I USE A TRANSCRIPT OF MY VIDEO AS A BLOG POST?
SHOULD I EDIT MY VIDEO TRANSCRIPT MYSELF OR HIRE AN EDITOR?
How to proofread your own writing
Seven tips on how to ask for feedback on your writing
Spotting the spelling error in your marketing copy
Proofreading isn't just about the words
HIRING AN EDITOR TO REPURPOSE YOUR VIDEO TRANSCRIPT
How do I find a proofreader? Four things to consider
Should I hire a freelance proofreader or use an agency?
How to find a professional proofreader: Part 1
How to find a professional proofreader: Part 2
Workplace anxiety affects many of us, particularly freelancers who don't have the security of co-workers to hand when faced with a problem. I know we have virtual colleagues, but sometimes what we need is to see a friendly face, or get a reassuring pat on the shoulder (or a hug, if you prefer). When we don't physically work alongside our colleagues it can be easy to become isolated and lose a bit of perspective on the small things we deal with every day.
What can cause workplace anxiety?
How can I manage workplace anxiety?
Three questions to help manage workplace anxiety
Could you be the cause of workplace anxiety?
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