In my previous post, I mentioned that the importance of finding a mentor who will help guide you in your professional journey. I also mentioned below the article that you should contact me if you want me to help you out as a freelance writer.
Now, you may be asking yourself this question:
Why the hell should I get you as a mentor?
This is a great question. Surely, you won’t have any knowledge of me before reading my posts here on this blog. Because you have not heard of my writing experience, you won’t believe that I can help you. Therefore, since there is no trust established between us, there is no way in hell you would ask for help from a nobody like me.
If everything I said above is true, then you have a valid point.
If I were in your position, I would ask the same questions. Even if the offer is free, I don’t want to dedicate any time and effort from a Joe Schmoe who claims to have the Holy Grail of freelance writing.
While I will never claim such a thing, I will, however, dedicate this post into properly introducing myself to you.
As a freelance writer, I’ve written for different publications like SEMrush, Business.com, Tweak Your Biz, The Write Life, and others. I’ve linked to my profiles on each of the sites mentioned, so you know what I’m not making this up.
I’ve also rubbed shoulders with blogging luminaries such as Adam Connell, Ileane Smith, Gail Gardner, Zac Johnson, and Ashley Faulkes. I’ve even featured most of these guys on my Expert Blogger Interview section on my blog.
This is the exact framework I used to develop my free ebook Winning Blog Content Checklist, which I also offered in the previous post.
More importantly, I have shared my must-read writing story over at my professional blog. The post is password-protected, so I suggest that you contact me here for the password. I don’t give out my story easily, unfortunately, and I want only those who are interested to read them.
That said, maybe you’re convinced about me being a legitimate writer. Maybe not. Either way, this post is proof that I’m not a hack, which alone should be convincing that you ask me for freelancing writing advice.
Even if you’re on the fence about me, now’s the time to place that 15-minute call that you can have with me. Clarify details about what I can offer. Better yet, Ask me anything about freelance writing, content marketing, blogging, or anything related to digital marketing and put my knowledge to the test.
Again, this is not for me. Everything I’m saying to you right now is for your good. You will benefit from learning more about blogging and writing to help equip yourself with the best practices to put your blog and writing services at the forefront of your respective industries.
It’s time to take action.