How to Grow Freelance Career
Start Date: 2021-05-18
End Date: 2021-11-24
Find below some blog posts I have written on various topics, including outreach marketing, PEVs, and personal development. Most are ghostwriting projects, and I have explicit permission to feature them here. I’m also open to topics in other industries.
The client wanted a detailed guest post on growing a freelance career from scratch. The blog, published on DeskTime, currently ranks #3 for the target phrase "how to grow freelance career".
Start Date: 2021-05-18
End Date: 2021-11-24
I published this post on my Medium account. It details simple steps to write a professional resignation letter that preserves your reputation.
Wondering how to write a resignation letter? We hope this guide will help you communicate your decision in a way that demonstrates professionalism and preserves your reputation.
A resignation letter is a written communication to your employer, informing them of your intention to leave the company. It is a formal communication; hence you must draft it with utmost care and attention.
You should briefly explain why you are resigning from your current job so that the employer understands the situation and possibly take some immediate action, if necessary.
Start Date: 2021-11-04
End Date: 2021-11-08
Ah, the interview! It can be a nerve-wracking experience, but it's also an excellent opportunity to show off your skills and impress your potential employer. This post I crafted for Bizness professionals discusses 9 things that will help you ace your next job interview.
Wondering what to do an hour before a job interview? I’m glad you asked.
An invitation to a job interview means your resume piqued someone’s interest, and you might have a shot at the job.
But don’t be so quick to celebrate.
The interview is where the real work begins. It’s where you’ll tell the employer why you’re the best candidate for the job. But it’s also an opportunity to assess whether the organization is a good fit.
For many people, the bulk of their interview preparation takes place in the days leading up to it. But don’t forget that the hour before your interview is also crucial preparation time. You want to focus on making the best impression possible — not scrambling around in a panic.
This article will share some best practices for those last 60 minutes before every job interview.
If you're looking for a raise, and your boss doesn't seem to like you, it can be hard to know how to proceed. This post on Bizness Professionals website offers you practical tricks to go around the situation.
Wondering how to ask for a raise when your boss doesn’t like you? No doubt, that’s not the most pleasant of thoughts for any young professional.
Asking for a raise is scary enough, and it’s bad enough to think that your boss dislikes you already. After all, manager-direct report relationships have been known to influence performance appraisals, promotions, raises, and end-of-year bonuses.
You’re worried about making things tenser. But when it comes to your career, often you’ve got one chance to get it right—one shot at proving yourself and getting ahead.
So if you’re on the verge of asking for a raise but have that sinking feeling that your boss hates you, wait no more!
We’re talking about making yourself happier and fairly compensated for your amazing work! That could mean greater job satisfaction, happiness, and performance quality. Meanwhile, the company gets higher productivity from among its best assets (you!).
It may or may not be true that your boss dislikes you. Whichever your situation, read on to learn how to navigate this dilemma and increase your chances of getting that bump
The client, Postaga, wanted a simplified guide that an outreach marketing beginner can relate to and implement without a hassle. The blog post currently ranks #2 for the phrases "outreach marketing guide" and "outreach marketing for beginners"
One of the most effective ways to stand out in a crowded marketplace is by utilizing the power of influencers and notable businesses in your niche.
Among the buzziest forms of online marketing, outreach marketing focuses on initiating and managing a mutually beneficial relationship with influencers or targeted businesses. It is an excellent way to grow your exposure while also achieving your marketing and sales goals.
This article ghostwritten for Postaga takes you through practical tips to negotiate without coming off as desperate...or losing potential deals. It currently ranks #1 for the phrase "negotiate with clients". What's more, it won the featured snippet for the same keyword.
Whether you’re cold calling or emailing your prospects, you will always have to negotiate. Not every buyer or client is the same. Some won’t care whether you make a profit or not, and some might want to overpay you to ensure quality. When you’re running a business, you can’t lose out on any of them. Thus, learning how to negotiate with prospects without becoming aggressive or desperate can keep your business afloat for years to come.
Start Date: 2021-10-15
End Date: 2021-10-21
The client wanted a detailed blog post on the working structure of a cold email. Based on the client's brief and thorough research, I crafted a detailed guide that ranks #3 on Google organic results for the focus keywords, "anatomy of outreach email" and "anatomy of cold email outreach."
Outreach emails, also known as “cold emails”, are emails where the recipient and sender have no prior relationship. Cold emails are often sent by salespeople, marketers, or PR professionals, to connect with the recipient and pitch them a product, service, collaboration, or other opportunities.
But, there is a right way and wrong way to put together a cold email.
If this is your first time or hundredth time working with cold emailing, this article will share some tips to build cold emails that get you responses from your recipients
Start Date: 2021-10-06
End Date: 2021-12-25
If you're looking for the best electric scooter for college students, here's Electric Zoomin's comprehensive list of the 10 best options available right now.
You’re a collegian with a lot to juggle and you’re looking to commute without the hassles of public transportation.
You could bike. But wouldn’t it be nice to have something faster that doesn’t drain your energy and pocket? The best electric scooter for college students comes to the rescue here.
With this little motorized device under your feet, you should be able to zip around campus without missing any of those all-important lectures or social events! No more waiting for buses and just strolling around – electric scooters help you get to places fast, affordably, and without breaking a sweat.
The problem is that the e-scooter options available today are virtually endless — and it can be challenging to figure out an option that perfectly matches your needs. You’ll want something affordable with a lightweight design and a maximum speed and range to help you get across campus quickly and conveniently.
To help you make an informed decision on electric scooters for college, we’ve put together ten models that appeal to various commuting, aesthetics, and budget needs.
If you’re looking for an electric bike with a passenger seat, this post I crafted for Electric Zoomin got 8 of the best options for you. They’re all great options, and each has its own unique characteristics.
With the ability to get you wherever you need to go with ease, electric bikes are a perfect choice for commuters desiring a more exciting ride. However, these little beasts aren’t just for getting from A to B.
An electric bike with a passenger seat helps you enjoy your commute or leisurely ride in a whole new way by bringing along a friend, kids, or a spouse.
But choosing a passenger e-bike is more complicated than picking your favorite color or brand. You want something that will cater to your performance needs, size, hauling needs, and budget.
This post won’t just explore what makes the best electric bike for passengers. But more importantly, we’ll examine eight of our favorite models for 2022, from simple yet elegant to rugged models with exceptional performance and weight capacities. So, kick back and enjoy the show.
An electric skateboard looks so cool. You can just get on it and ride around, feeling totally free and independent, as if you're flying. But then again… you've heard about accidents on these things, and maybe even seen some of them on YouTube. Here are ten tips from Electric Zooming on how to stay safe on these little beasts.
Electric skateboards are the hot new toy on the block—they’re fun, easy to use, and environmentally friendly. Perhaps you’ve heard the buzz about them and are ready to try one out for yourself. But with all that power comes responsibility, which is why you must learn how to stay safe on an electric skateboard.
We’ve put together this guide to help you navigate the world of electric skateboards safely and confidently. It covers everything from how to ride safely in traffic to inspecting your board. And as a bonus, we’ve answered several nagging questions about e-board safety, so read on.