John Jantsch of Duct Tape Marketing has an interesting post relating to contract blogging as a revenue source.
That reminded me of my belief that we will see small law firms contracting with bloggers to keep the firm’s or practice group’s blog current, especially when they are too busy to maintain it themselves. I have one small firm client that is considering using yours truly for that very purpose.
Indeed.com is one job site I found that lists blogging jobs, including for freelance writers.
Bob Bly asks whether a writer hired to maintain a blog for an R&D company that deals in anti-cancer technology would be credible. He doesn’t say but it appears the blogger would be a contract writer. He invites comments, and those who have responded don’t seem to have a problem with it.