How much sleep do you get?
The bloggers I know get about five hours.
They are so busy living life in and out of the blogosphere that they don’t have time for more.
Fortunately, my friend and respected blogger Will Blunt (BloggerSidekick) is here with his impressive infographic to explain how you can hire people to help you.
The best part– you can implement his suggestions even if you don’t have a budget.
Why Blogging Is More Fun When You Hire People
by Will Blunt
Blogging is awesome…
Until life takes over.
Your to-do list piles up with urgent deadlines and all of a sudden that blog post you need to write is at the bottom of your priorities.
But you know blogging is what you need to be doing because it’s the heart of this crazy thing called online marketing. No one gets by without a great blog.
So what can you do to fix this constant battle between time, priorities, and your lonely old blog?
It’s time you admitted that you can’t do it ALL yourself. You’re not Superman or Wonder Woman.
As much as it may appear that way, no one who is successful in this space is doing everything themselves.
In fact, it’s quite the opposite. The most successful digital entrepreneurs are the ones that see their blog like a business and hire people to help them reach their goals.
If you’re ready to follow in their footsteps, get your time back and start to see some big results with your blog efforts – it’s time to consider outsourcing.
In a moment, I will share an infographic with you that summarizes 27 blog tasks you could be outsourcing, regardless of your budget. You don’t have to outsource all of them straight away, but if you can pick one or two and get started you’ll never turn back!
These 27 tasks are broken down into 4 primary categories:
Are you ready to take the first step? Which of these tasks will you outsource first?
Admin Blogger’s Commentary:
Will’s infographic is filled with ideas. It was generous of him to share it with us.
Bloggers, please share this post, so others can see Will’s infographic and get ideas for outsourcing.
Do you outsource any blogging tasks or do you do it all yourself? Do you have a virtual assistant (VA)? Are you a virtual assistant? I look forward to your views in the comments section.
(Note: Janice will be responding to comments as her vacation schedule allows.)
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