August 2015


Content Runner Updates: August 2015 Edition

Content Runner Updates: August 2015 Edition

We have been working hard on new features for Content Runner. Big or small if you have an update to propose, send us an email and we can add it! Order Form Update One of our users had a great suggestion, when you have multiple articles and you want to assign each of them as a direct order, give the option to automatically select the same “direct” writer. For example, if you have 10 pages of website copy for a specific writer and each page that you add to an order you have to type the writer’s name into the…

Offsite Hacks to Make Your Writing Life Easier

Offsite Hacks to Make Your Writing Life Easier

The writing life may be a solitary one but that doesn’t mean you can’t access the help that is out there. This starts with where you choose to compose your work. After you select an article, you have the option of typing directly on Content Runner or writing it elsewhere and then pasting it here. I use a combination of both. Content Runner’s platform allows you to use bolding, underlining, bullet points, and other word processing features in addition to inserting links into your article at the client’s request. When I do work type here directly, I transfer it to…

Does Your Profile Answer the Only Question Clients Really Care About?

Does Your Profile Answer the Only Question Clients Really Care About?

Looking to increase my professionalism and the amount of money I could command for my copywriting services, I signed up for an online course in Search Engine Optimization (SEO) techniques and business skills about six months ago. One of the first things I learned in the course is also the most memorable. Clients don’t necessarily care about your personal life, your skills, or even how much money you charge. It’s not that they’re cold people. In fact, most of them are lovely. They’re just busy. When they scan the writer profiles at Content Runner, they’re looking for someone who can…

Creating a Visually Appealing Article for Short Attention Spans

Creating a Visually Appealing Article for Short Attention Spans

I really can’t judge people who spend about 15 seconds scanning an article before deciding to move on to something else. After all, I do the same thing myself. If I click a link to something I’m interested in reading and can’t get past the layout, I click away from the site and look for something else. It could very well have been an informative article, but the company is unlikely to get another chance to earn my business. That’s life in the digital information age for you. Never Turn […]