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The Job Posting Challenge


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The Job Posting Challenge


 


Has your blog grown to the point where you’re missing out on opportunities because you’re maxed out? 

You know you need a stellar team for your blog to reach the next level but have no idea where to start (or you’ve tried and been burned). 

If this sounds familiar, you’re in the right place. 

As a hiring strategist, I help growing bloggers build sterling teams that truly care about your business.

And their talent level? Well, it will blow you away.

But how do you find this caliber of freelancers?

It all starts with an impeccably crafted job posting!

Over 5 days, Sept. 23 to 27, I’ll walk you through how to draft the 5 sections of a job posting at absolutely no cost. What you’ll get from me:

  • Daily Facebook LIVE sessions to break down everything that makes up an attractive job posting.

  • Feedback and support on your writing progress.

  • Questions answered in detail along the way.

 
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You’ll walk away with:


You’ll walk away with:


 
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An attractive and clear job posting that is ready to be published to hiring forums and will attract premium candidates.

 
 
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Feedback from Emily so you’ll be more confident that you’re finding the best candidates for your business.

 
 
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Less stress around the hiring process as a whole because you’ll have the support you need.

 
 
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Less time and money spent doing work that you don’t want (or need) to be doing.

 
 
 

When you get the right support in place, you’ll have more time to pursue opportunities that you’re missing out on right now.

Join me and other bloggers like you Sept. 23-27 for the FREE Job Posting Challenge!

 
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What freelancers say about these job postings...


What freelancers say about these job postings...


 
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“What stood out to me about the job posting Emily wrote on behalf of her client was the thoroughness. The expectations, tasks and deliverables were so clearly stated, you could tell a lot of thought and effort went into the post. I had a glimpse into what kind of person I could be working for and if our personalities would match. I don't bother applying for jobs that are vague because I don't know if I really am a good fit or if I will be able to deliver.” Julie Fleischhacker, Project Manager + Virtual Assistant, Your Virtual Julie

 

 

"The job post Emily wrote for her client stood out among a long list of postings because I had a clear idea of what was needed for the role and that I had the right skill set. And, I felt if someone was making an effort to create a quality posting then I probably wanted to work with them!” Natasha Yonkof, Project Manager, yonkofandco.com

 

 
Audrey Joann

“When I applied to Emily's job posting for a writer and editor last year, I knew the opportunity was different from others. As I've gone deeper into my freelance career, I've gotten highly selective about the people I work with. From the very first time I read her job posting, I knew what to expect from her as a manager and the projects she'd allocate to me. I can tell you that hardly any employers I've read job postings from are able to do both, and do them well.” Audrey Skelton, Writer + Copy Editor, audreyjoann.com

 

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About Emily


About Emily


 

Emily Perron helps bloggers expand and improve their teams with people who care about you and your business.

She has developed a strategic hiring process that’s allowed her to find dozens of knock-out contractors on behalf of her clients, as well as within her own business, and is passionate about aligning the right person with the right role.

Emily has a Master's Degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and Bachelor's Degrees in Psychology and English.

Her professional background includes working in marketing, coaching and organizational consulting. In other words, she really understands people.

And her zone of genius is connecting on a fundamental level to understand their values and empower them to reach for interesting and ambitious opportunities.

When she’s not working, you can find Emily traveling or enjoying the outdoors of the Upper Midwest—yes, even in the winter—hiking, snowshoeing, paddleboarding and swimming with her husband and their energetic Labrador retriever.