Home Again From Another Conference!
I am one of Jim Turner’s writers, and as such, I do a lot of writing for various businesses. I become very attached to “my” businesses, and it’s extremely important to me to do a better than merely “good” job for them. I want to do a GREAT job for them.
This is one reason why I go to so many conferences. At each conference, I learn something, and often many things, that will enable me to do a better job for my businesses.
No one conference can do it all. Some conferences specialize in networking; others focus on the tech aspect. Some are more “social” than anything else. Some are mostly opportunities for brands to connect to people. At all of “my” conferences, I focus mainly on social media and connections, which, to me, are the most important of all. Remember, though, that the Bloggers For Hire writers all write about different things and perform all kinds of services for their businesses; it’s just that social media and connections are what I focus on, for mine. After all, nobody can possibly know everything about anything! However, I strive daily to learn more and more about things I can do for my clients.
I got back from BlogWorld on Sunday night, and already my email is full of messages about social media and connections, and other aspects of this business. Does this mean that the conference was a success for me? Darn right it does. I will answer each and every one of those emails, even the ones that don’t really concern what I do. It might even be that one of those emails will inspire me to do even more for my businesses!
That’s the thing about Bloggers for Hire, you see. Jim tries to match each business with a writer who can best serve that business. I’ve had as many as nine clients at once, each one uniquely special to me. I’ve learned more while researching and writing for these companies than I learned in all the years of grad school, in fact. Remember: it’s not possible to write knowledgeably about a business, or anything else, unless one knows a considerable lot about that business, or anything else.
I would venture to say that all of Jim’s writers feel the same way about their clients. I know I feel as if I am an employee of my businesses, and as such I try my absolute level best to give them the best posts I can. When my clients profit because of my contribution, it’s a matter of great pride and thankfulness to me.
As for Blogworld, last weekend in Vegas. . . . it was the best conference yet. I met some of the most awesome, knowledgeable people, learned an amazing lot of useful, fascinating things, and had a fantastic time.
I sincerely hope I can use all of my new knowledge for YOUR business.