If your business needs to focus on content marketing then it definitely requires a dedicated content writer who can create high-quality and compelling content on an ongoing basis. Please keep in mind that the primary strength of your content marketing strategy is the content that you publish while maintaining relevance as well as regularity and this can only be achieved by hiring inexperienced and well-established content writer.
Having decided once and for all that your business requires a content writer, should you hire him or her full-time or should you work with someone like me? The short answer is, it depends on your personal choice. Slightly bigger answer is, if you really want to hire someone full-time, then go ahead and do that. A bigger answer is, of course you may think that this answer is biased because I’m a professional content writer working for multiple clients, that if your business requires a content writer the best thing to do is hire someone like me (if not exactly me) due to many advantages that you get when you go for an independent content writing service. Visit the hyperlink if you want to learn about the advantages of hiring professional content writing services.
How do you know your business requires a content writer?
Let’s assume we’re not talking about an in-house content writer. Listed below are a few indications why your business requires a professional, freelance content writer:
- You are a small business: A small business has small content marketing requirements. You’re not going to suddenly have a one-million-dollar budget to launch your content marketing strategy and take your niche by storm. You will have to get started step-by-step and in order to achieve that it’s better to go for a content writer who can provide you tailored content writing services.
- Your business does not have enough office space: If your business does not have enough office space then you definitely require a content writer who can work remotely. This way he or she doesn’t have to come to your office and occupy your precious space.
- You don’t want to spend money hiring a full-time employee: Hiring a full-time employee is a big commitment. You may have to pay to the HR company. You may have to file taxes. You may also have to spend money on insurance. You may have to give different benefits to your employee. Aside from that expense you will also need to dedicate a computer or laptop to your new content writer. You will have to pay for the software, connectivity and electricity bill. You will also be paying him or her when he or she is not working and simply spending time on Facebook. There are so many other expenses that you will have to bear. On the other hand, if you hire a content writer who works remotely, you can avoid all these expenses. You simply pay for what you get.
- You don’t want to get stuck with just one content writer: What if you don’t like the content writer you have hired? Maybe he or she is not up to the mark? Maybe he or she does not understand what you really need? Maybe he or she is a terrible writer altogether? Whatever may be the case, you desperately need another content writer and you cannot randomly fire the one you have hired. This is not the case if you hire someone like me. Don’t like my work even after repeated revisions? You can easily find yourself another content writer and get on with your work.
If you agree with these points, then your business requires a content writer who can work from his or her own place.