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3 reasons why you should outsource your startup’s blog content

Content marketing has become one of the most prominent ways to build a brand in recent times. With the digital era, there’s been the emergence of various technologies, solutions, and strategies for businesses to accelerate their marketing endeavors. Gary Vee has said that every company is now a media company. Brands can establish trust, relatability, and understanding through content, forming deeper connections with prospects and customers through well crafted, informative, and valuable content. 

There have been so many case studies that show humble startups powering their growth through content creation. The question now is; who’s going to help you commit to consistent content creation? Outsourcing can be a great option, and here are three major reasons why.

Outsourcing can save you time and effort

Startups often run on a limited amount of resources, manpower, and time with a string of endless deadlines to meet, shareholders to answer to and work to complete before the next phase of your company’s move forward. In fact, one of the very advantages of a startup is its agility – the capability to run tests, push campaigns, develop products, and validate services at a much faster pace than giant corporations. By overburdening yourself and your team with various marketing intricacies, you’ll be trading off on that lightning speed.

For this reason, outsourcing your content and blog post creation process to a highly capable and reliable third party could be one of the most effective decisions you make, because it will ultimately save you time and effort so you can focus more on the top-level managerial activities and less on the daily production aspects.

You’ll have experts on the job

It’s probably difficult to be the best at every single minute facet of your business unless you’re an exceptional individual. That’s why startups work best as teams comprising different specialists who hone down on different levels of managing the company. Financial management may not be your greatest strength, which is why it’s a good idea to bring someone else to the table with the skills to deliver. It’s the same with technical skills or pitching and sales skills. With this trail of thought, startups should consider handing over specific priorities to people who know what they’re doing. Outsourcing offers yet another dimension of that approach by enabling your business’s various components through expertise. 

If you want to outsource digital marketing for your startup or SME, take note. Blog posts are best handled by writers with years of experience in creating informative and consistent content. Sure, you might be able to write your own blog posts since you are an expert in your own field, but there’s structure, flow, and many other tiny details about blog writing that outsourcing to the right people could help you and your team with. This can also free you from the task of constantly thinking of a new blog post for the month.

It’ll save you resources in the long run

Another way that outsourcing might benefit your company is by freeing up your own resources in the long-term. Of course, outsourcing is a process that requires a level of measurement – you’ll need to find a capable team that fits your budget, understands your company’s vision, and can consistently produce good content at a timely pace. Once you have that figured out, you could possibly save on budget allocation (since hiring a full-time employee might turn out to be costlier down the line) and save on resources like manpower and additional systems, software or extensions to help with content creation. 

Ultimately, this depends on how you go about your outsourcing process and who you engage. There are many agencies that cater to larger corporations and this reflects in their outrageous rates, while other small teams who specialize in content creation could better suit your budget and help save you time, money, and effort.


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