SEO Writing: Advice for New and Experienced SEO Writers – What You Should be Doing During the Holidays to Land More Writing Jobs
I love, love, love the holidays — for all of the obvious reasons (eating, seeing friends and family, eating, the decorations, eating, laying on the couch watching old movies, eating, etc.).
Did I say eating? Yeah, I’m a big eater around the holidays. But, I digress.
One of the main reasons I like this time of year is because I use it to catch up on a lot of things I put off all year long. As I talked about in yesterday’s post on InkwellEditorial.com [http://bit.ly/f3Q2R8], it’s around this time of year that I do things that propel my business throughout the year.
The reason I like working – as opposed to just sitting on the couch and eating (which I do a fair share of) – is because there’s no pressure to answer email, turn in client projects, answer queries from ebook purchasers, etc.
To be able to work uninterrupted is a dream come true for me because on any given day I feel like I’m being pulled in 20,000 different directions. So my whole point is, while others are stuffing themselves with turkey and pumpkin pie, it’s an ideal time to get some work done.
Following is some advice for new and experienced SEO writers on how to use this holiday time to really propel your freelance/SEO writing business to the next level.
For New SEO Writers: Holiday Action Plan for Success
I started my SEO writing career in late October 2007. By December, I was so swamped that I was looking to bring on other writers to help me meet deadlines. But, there were some things I had to do to get up and running.
If SEO writing is a career that interests you [http://bit.ly/akL7HZ], do the following so that come the New Year (or before), you can hit the ground running while everybody else will be stuck at the starting gate, doing what you did while they were stuffing themselves.
Speaking of stuffing . . .
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