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When it comes to SEO content, it’s really common to outsource that content - maybe to a freelancer, or a part-timer, or even an agency. Outsourcing basically means that someone who is not a full-time or salaried, regular employee with your business is going to be the one creating your content. There are pros and cons to outsourcing your content and bringing on freelancers:
If you are going to outsource your content, you can look for freelancers in a variety of places:
When crafting job descriptions, keep the following in mind:
When it comes to hiring, you should follow this process:
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This module covers the key concepts involved in SEO and content marketing. It outlines best practices for researching your SEO content and aligning it with your content strategy. It also covers best practices for creating content in a productive and efficient way, and demonstrates how to evaluate the performance of your content to ensure that it is meeting your content strategy objectives.
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