by Doug Pelton
Boy, do I remember when…
My father first told me about the importance of a good work ethic and how I nabbed my first job at fifteen handling a pitchfork.
And then there were the summer days on my uncle’s farm bucking hay bales and…
But as a small business owner with your mind on running your operations, you simply don’t have the time for those Kazam! moments, even though you are quite aware of the baleful consequences of writing content that’s as dry as hay.
Important stuff? I’ll say it is. Content must sizzle. Sparkle and relate to your customer—but only if you want to keep him coming back to your site because, well, maybe he’s learning something about his industry, or building his network of business connections. Or just getting a kick out of reading your blog!
Now, throw in the demands on your time to keep current with all your social media channels, and you soon see the importance of turning to those experienced in delivering the Kazam!
It’s not to say you’re writing isn’t packing it; but maybe it’s time to start benefiting from crowdsourcing your writing, which is:
“…the act of taking a job traditionally performed by a designated agent (…employee) and outsourcing it to an undefined, generally large group of people in the form of an open call.”
With Blogmutt you’ll be using writers that exhibit good work ethics, and maybe hefted a bale or two during their lifetime. Oh, and one other consideration: Our writers can apply their age-perspective when needed—you see, they range from five to 95 (Not too sure on that one, but you get the idea!)
Contact us to start putting the power of Kazam! on your website.
Awesome post from a writer who’s been with us for a while. He’s right, too, we do have a range of writers, though we don’t have any 5-year olds. (We do have a pre-teen who helps us with promotion.) This has been an interesting area for us, watching the demographics of our writers. We never expected so many retired people would be writers for us, but Doug (who wrote this piece) told me that he likes doing it to keep his mind sharp. If you’d like to put Doug, and several hundred other writers to work for you, be sure to sign up for Blogmutt today. — Scott