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283: How Freelancers Can Support and Connect with Bloggers with Amy Reinecke and Jennifer Draper

 

EPISODE 283 SHOW NOTES

 

Hey there! I am so excited to share today’s episode with you! I’m chatting with Amy Reinecke and Jennifer Draper, the founders of Spark Media Concepts, who share invaluable insights and practical tips for freelancers looking to support and connect with bloggers.

At Spark Media Concepts, Amy and Jennifer help women create and grow their own blogs, ultimately, building an online business that fits into their life and brings them joy. They also both run and maintain their own successful blogs and online communities. They offer a unique perspective on how bloggers can utilize freelancers in their blogging business. Learn the various tasks bloggers often outsource to freelancers, from technical support to content management to administrative tasks. Freelancers can alleviate the workload of bloggers, allowing them to focus on their core strengths and grow their online presence.

Gain insights into the characteristics and qualities bloggers look for when hiring freelancers. Amy and Jennifer share their firsthand experiences of hiring freelancers for their own business and highlight the key attributes that stood out during the hiring process. They currently have two freelancers on their team, and they’re both LFA alumni! 

If you’re a freelancer looking for your first or next client, Amy and Jennifer share practical strategies on how to connect with bloggers, including where they’re hanging out, how to make a memorable first impression, and tips for offering your support and getting hired.

Don’t miss out on this episode… and get ready to take some notes! It’s full of practical tips on how to support and connect with bloggers!

In this episode, we cover:

  • How bloggers can utilize freelancers in their blogging business
  • What characteristics and qualities bloggers are looking for when hiring a freelancer
  • The tasks and projects bloggers might need help with

You’ll love this episode if:

  • You’re a blog lover and would be interested in supporting one of your favorite bloggers
  • You’re wondering if bloggers are willing to take a chance on hiring a beginner 

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More about the Live Free Podcast with Micala Quinn:

How do I get started? What if I fail? Who will hire me? Is it really possible to create a consistent, full-time income from home?

Welcome to the Live Free Podcast with Micala Quinn where we will be answering these questions PLUS many more! Whether you’re just starting your freelance business (heck even if you don’t know what freelancing is yet) or you’re looking to scale, this podcast will give you tangible business advice along with inspiring interviews to help you create a life and career that works for YOU and YOUR family.

Your host, Micala Quinn, started out teaching high-school English, but when her first child was born, she immediately began searching for something more. She wanted a way to stay-at-home with her daughter (and future babies), but still needed to bring in a full-time income to help support her family. Micala started freelancing, quickly replaced her full-time income, and now helps other moms (like you) get started and grow their freelance business from scratch to 5K and beyond! She believes that being a working mom or a stay-at-home mom no longer needs to be a black and white decision. You CAN have both. On your terms!

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