Long ago when I started with Fiverr as my main source of income through internet, I stumbled upon the idea of creating a gig/service where I would write an article for just $5.
However, as my first client quickly appeared, he/she wanted me to write an article about real estate. Suddenly, I realized that, "I have no freakin' idea about real estate and it will not be time sufficient or worth it for me to go and learn all about that before I can write high quality articles around it".
I then removed the gig/service beacuse I do not want to deliver low quality results to people, that's just not in my best interest long- or short-term.
After that I also thought to myself, "I wonder how many people who REALLY can write high quality articles about ANY topic someone might throw at them?"
I, myself, have decided to NEVER hire someone else to write articles about a topic I do not know if they really have any knowlege about (now that makes sense by itself, doesn't it).
But, letting other people do the "boring" work can be smart as it saves you time, but what if your articles you receive are crap because most people aren't super-fast learners?
After all, if you are the supposed "expert" in the product/service you want to sell, why would you let someone else write articles when they probably know less than you?
And if they know more than you about the topic, why do they not go and start their own business in that topic? ;-P (true, not everyone realizes they could actually do this)
I, personally, just find it a little bit ironic that we as supposed "experts" let lesser "experts" write about something we know more than them about; then we cannot really blame them if the quality isn't the way we would have written it! ;-)
So, what are your own thoughts about this? When should you really hire someone else to write articles for you about something you probably know more than them about?
I'm open for new interesting perspectives here I haven't considered!
Take Care & Have An Awesome Day, Fellow Warriors! / Max "MaxTheMarketer" K.