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4 Areas You Can Outsource As A Blogger

As a blogger, you often get fooled into thinking that you have to complete all tasks and run solely on your own, whereas you are probably more likely to reach success if you outsource some areas of your business. You are a business at the end of the day! Just because you may have the advantage of being able to make a last-minute press trip or have a day off as and when needed doesn't make you any less of a business. Outsourcing can be a brilliant tool to help you have the time you need to grow to even more success. 


Have a look below at some fo the areas you could consider outsourcing as a blogger to help give you more time: 

Digital Marketing

Basically, by digital marketing, we mean everything and anything you do that is your online marketing. Tools that are regularly used include, email, websites, google search and social media platforms. It’s the most effective way of communicating with your audience. It also involves things like creating infographics, podcasts, and Youtube videos. This is a brilliant area to outsource as it takes up a lot of valuable time when it comes to being a blogger, try using a Digital Marketing Firm to help with your requirements. You will find that having access to a professional team could work wonders for your marketing strategy and you will be able to learn about new ways to grow your presence online. 

Social Media Management

So as a Bogger you might feel like you're cheating if you have someone look after you social media accounts for you but this isn't the case in the slightest. Just because you’re allowing someone else to control the posts that are going up doesn't mean you won’t have complete control over what that content is. Outsourcing this area of your business will allow you to focus on creating the interesting and relevant content that your audience is looking for. You can even spend more time interacting with your audience through comments and videos etc. Using a freelancer or social media management company that understands your image and message will mean you have the time that you need to keep up to date and grow. 

Website Design And Development

Although it would be nice to think that all Bloggers have the time to sit for hours and learn how to code and manage their own website, the reality is that this isn’t possible. Not everyone has a strong artistic side in graphic design or technical minded for website design so it makes sense to outsource this area. Especially if you’re looking for more tailored website design, compared to using a standard template. There are plenty of online sources where you can find freelancers that you can work with to create infographics, logos, and websites, just make sure you find one that understands exactly what you want and has an aftercare package when it comes to a website. 

Although outsourcing might not be the first point of call for most bloggers, it’s definitely something you should consider, especially if you’re stuck in that hard place of growth and are struggling to manage your time. Are there any other areas that you think should be outsourced as a blogger? Please share them in the comments section below.