This is not another post about basic SEO techniques for boosting your site’s ranking on Google. Instead, in this post, I’m going to explain why keyword research and international SEO campaigns often need the assistance of translators to deliver the best results, and why keyword research and SEO translation can be an added service you offer your clients. But first, let’s understand what they are… Read More
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There are two kinds of writing for your target market…
There’s the kind that gets you featured in magazines your clients read and makes you money directly, and there’s the kind that gets you in the magazines and blogs they read and brings you publicity, which in turn brings you clients, who then pay you money to work for them. Read More
Linkedin can be pushed down the priority list for freelancers. I often hear colleagues say that a Linkedin profile is “for employees” or “jobseekers” and not for self-employed individuals who are looking for clients, rather than cushy 9-5s.
I don’t agree.
Linkedin, when used correctly, can actually be an extension of your website, providing information that you perhaps won’t include there, and, contrary to popular belief, can be customised considerably; giving it your personal touch. You’ll notice I said it’s an extension of your website, not an extension of your CV. Read More
SEO is something we hear about all the time. As a content writer I get asked to “make the SEO good” when I’m writing blog posts or website content for clients. Apart from the dubious grammatical quality of that request, it’s as vague a demand as it is ever-changing. Read More