Two weeks ago, I celebrated my one year of blogging on Debt Roundup. I got some great encouragement from many of your and I thank you for that. As with any milestone, I like to reflect on what I have done and what I would like to do. I am happy with what I have done, but I am trying to find the direction of what I want to do. There are so many ideas in my head for this site and it’s purpose that it can be confusing at times.
After some deep thinking, I decided that I want to redesign Debt Roundup along with a logo change. I think of it as a rebranding. I am excited about it, but it also adds just another thing that I need to get done. I love multitasking, but sometimes it can get a little out of hand. Along with a new branding for the site, I am hiring a staff writer to handle a few articles a month. I am also hiring a VA to help me keep up with some of the general tasks.
Hiring out work is something that I don’t like to do often because I lose a little control. After months of pushing myself to finish more and more, I finally realized that I wasn’t doing myself any favors. Hiring out some work is going to be the best for me and the site. I will make sure to keep the quality that all my readers expect and the posting frequency should stay the same.
Yep, you see that correctly. I started staff writing on another site a few months ago and I really have enjoyed it. So much so, that I wanted to offer my services to anyone looking for a staff writer. You know how I write, so if you think I will be a good fit, just contact me and I will be happy to talk with you.
I offer a wide range of services, so if you need anything else, make sure to check out my service offerings. If you have wordpress issues, I can help. If you need some blog work, then I can help. If you need help with anything, feel free to reach out and I will see if I can help.
I am co-hosting a twitter chat with David Smith from Personal Bankruptcy Canada on Tuesday, September 10th at 12pm EST. I joined a twitter chat with David a few weeks ago and then he asked if I would share my story. So, here we are. David and I are going to talk more about my debt story and I am going to give you more insight into my journey. I really think you will enjoy it. Also, if you RSVP to the chat, then you get a chance to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card.
To participate, you can use #PBCchat and make it easier with their twitter chatroom.
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