If you frequently hire freelance copywriters, graphic designers, or web marketing consultants, creative briefs can help you get the full value you’re paying for.
Creative briefs, like the one shown at left, are simple one-page forms that save time and eliminate misunderstandings by defining project goals and mutual expectations when working with freelance copywriters, designers, and online consultants.
In case you missed it, here’s a link to my recent Personal Branding Blog article about creative briefs. The article also contains a link for downloading a sample creative brief.
Other recent guest posts
In case you missed them, here are two other recent guest posts on Dan Schawbel’s Personal Branding Blog:
- Storytelling Tips for Personal Brand Building. Learn to tell your story with the help of Raf Stevens’ No Story, No Fans: Build Your Business Through Stories that Resonate.
- 7 Tips for Successfully Raising Capital on Shark Tank. For many authors, publishers, and small business owners, ABC’s Shark Tank is the television highlight of the week. Each week, several entrepreneurs make their pitch to several hardened venture capitalists. This article highlights 7 ways to improve your pitch.
Whether you’re new to hiring freelance copywriters, designers, and web marketing consultants, or you frequently work with freelancers–or you’re looking for funds to finance your book and your growing business–you’ll find these tips will provide a new, helpful perspective. Comment, or ask questions, below.