Since starting out freelancing in July, I’ve been working hard with the aim of getting ahead of my blogging, and now I’ve really got into good habits with Inside Laura’s Head. I’m in a position where, by the middle of February, I have March’s content all planned out (with the exception of sponsored/review stuff that might pop up last minute-I leave gaps for that) and I schedule my promotional tweets a week at a time. I’m currently working on my Facebook page for March, scheduling daily content on there for my followers. I’m not quite as strict with my Instagram, preferring more of a post what I fancy when I fancy it approach-but there is always some content on my Unum account for when I’m just not feeling that inspired.
I’ll be honest though, it can be hard to get yourself ahead-there aren’t always enough hours in the day to do everything you want to do behind the scenes as well as actually writing. And, here’s where I come in! One of the things I offer through my freelancing is blogger and small business services. The most popular, by far, is my tweet scheduling service, but that’s not the only thing I do. Anything you could do with your blog-be that SEO on old posts, checking and fixing broken links, scheduling Facebook content, editing photographs, joining and completing threads in blogging groups-I can do for you.
Recently I’ve been getting more people coming to me saying ‘can you do X, and how much?’ and that’s amazing. I really want to keep growing as a freelancer, and that means taking on both ad hoc work (you might want your broken links doing once as they’ve really built up) and ongoing work (maybe you’d rather me do them every month?) and, if you have work for me, I’d love to do it.
You can contact me via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a quote, or to chat through your requirements.
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