Madison, WI, October 19, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Professional bloggers are stepping up their efforts to locate new and challenging blogging assignments by joining FreelanceBlogger.net – a new online community designed to connect bloggers and organizations looking for freelance bloggers. This new blogger community allows bloggers to post free profiles highlighting their blogging expertise. Companies, organizations, and individuals can post open blogging jobs – completely free of charge.
“We launched FreelanceBlogger.net on October 10, 2008 and within days we had over 50 bloggers join our community. Clearly this community is a necessary resource for pro bloggers who want to find new opportunities,” says founder Genia Stevens.
Unlike other blogger-for-hire communities, FreelanceBlogger.net requires that each blogger post a profile in the appropriate category using a standard format established by the community’s administration. This posting format makes it easier for companies to search for the blogger who would be perfect for them.
“Organizations will find bloggers who have expertise in just about any subject matter, quickly and easily,” says Stevens, “Our format makes the search process as simple as possible.”
Stevens has aggressive goals for FreelanceBlogger.net. She says she hopes to see the community become the premiere resource for both freelance bloggers and the companies looking to hire bloggers. She says, “We’re on Twitter promoting the site; we’re on Facebook; we’re on MySpace. You name it, we’re there.”
For more information about FreelanceBlogger.net, please visit http://freelanceblogger.net. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or dial 608.466.5230