When you see a writer disappear from social media, do you wonder what’s happened to them? Are they writing? Do they have another job keeping them away? Did they forget to post? What’s happening?
We’re all looking for that “secret sauce.” Is there a magic recipe for selling our articles? Will our words win out over everyone else’s? If you’ve recently launched a blog or are selling content on a publishing platform, content marketing is a familiar term.
Have you ever read a blog that immediately pulls you in? You can relate to what the author is saying–almost like they’re reading your mind? As a result, you feel compelled to respond with a comment or by sharing their post? You might also go as far as bookmarking their post or using it as a link in one of yours in the future.
It’s already after one o’clock in the afternoon, and I can’t believe how quickly this day has passed. I’ve been working on a variety of projects and checking off things on my to-do list. However, when I look at the clock, my first thought is, “OH NO! I haven’t earned any money yet today!
Today, I’m writing about how to use your LinkedIn profile to its fullest potential. Do you feel your profile may need a tune-up? Are you featuring clips for your most recent work in the sections of your work history? In this ever-evolving world of freelance writing, it’s critical we’re finding new ways to reach our target audience while simultaneously preventing ourselves from getting lost in the shuffle. We can achieve these goals with the right tools in front of us and I believe LinkedIn plays a significant role in making that happen. What do you think?