Let’s talk job boards. Most of the working writers I know get their projects through word-of-mouth referrals, but I get that job boards are a necessary evil for many writers. And heck, I often use them when I’m trying to create a new pool of writers to hire from for my company Content Conquered.
So in today’s “3 Tips” post, I want to share with you the most common mistakes I see writers making. Avoid them, and you’ll see your job board success rates soar!
Tip #1 – Follow the job board posting’s instructions
This should be so obvious, but I regularly decline 50% of my job board posting applicants because they don’t follow instructions.