We’re living in an interesting time where most brands, businesses, and causes feel the need to regularly publish content, but don’t have the bandwidth to take on the production. Outsourcing is the option a majority of brands have chosen. But whenever an organization decides to bring someone from the outside to help create content, there are some unique challenges they will face along the way.
What should you do before you hire a freelance copywriter?
How do you know if the copywriter you hire is the best fit for your organization?
How do you maximize the relationship?
These are questions that fill the minds of marketing managers and CMOs. Luckily, you don’t have to walk into the relationship without knowing what to do next. There are certain principles every brand, business, or cause can apply to create a thriving business relationship with a freelance copywriter.
Here are seven ways to get the most value from a freelance copywriter:
Working with a freelance copywriter shouldn’t be complicated. It’s amazing how respect, trust, and consistency—from both parties—can create the climate for a thriving business relationship.
Have you worked with freelance copywriters before? If so, what have you learned?
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