Tasha Yar is a freelance writer living and working in South Carolina. This professional content creator has been writing since 1996 and has majored in topics including management, sales, business, and all things technical. Tasha has personally studied psychology and sociology throughout their career.
“I’m a strong and independent writer and I enjoy engaging my readers with fresh topics. I grew up in the inner-cities of South Carolina, which made life a very serious struggle for someone with my ethnic background. I wanted to do something with my life, and find a way to escape the poverty that kept my family down. That’s why I was so interested in writing from a very young age. I refused to be another victim, and dedicating myself to creating content was my way to break free. Through years of hard work I was able to overcome adversity with the help of great small-business owners that were looking for the right voice for their content.”
Tasha's work encompasses all types of publications including web-page content, white papers, printed publications, newsletters, A/B email testing, press releases, copywriting, whiteboard content, case studies, drip marketing campaigns, advertisements, and landing pages.
“Private requests are my favorite way to work with clients on Constant-Content because it helps build a strong relationship. I want my clients to come to me first, and to count on me to write their content without any hesitation. I’ve published hundreds of articles on a wide array of topics covering personal finance, travel, real estate, startups, business management, sales, and much more. But, I don’t just write articles. My passion is writing for online business owners who want to give their customers something valuable in return for their business.”
As a seasoned writer, Tasha has worked with dozens of industry leaders perfecting their ad copy and building loyal traffic for online entrepreneurs around the globe. Extensive experience in the freelance writing field has earned Tasha a degree of mastery of the English Language, along with a certain unique flair that’s all their own.
“I’m just glad to have the opportunity to stand up for everyone like me who faces adversity in their everyday lives and show them that you don’t have to settle for less. That’s why I hope to become the first colorful person to rank in the top ten authors of Constant-Content. Each satisfied client brings us one step closer to change, and that’s worth all of the hard work that I put in every day. Many times I used my uni-sex name hiding my gender when applying for writing jobs, and without divulging my skin color. No one should have to hide who they are to have their work taken seriously. That's why I want young minority women to have a solid foundation in the writing community, and I hope to lead the way forward through my career to influence other people like me."
There are plenty of ways to beat procrastination. Cutting out distractions is an easy place to start, and keeping track of your time helps you visualize the situation. Just be sure to work efficiently when you're focused, and don't overwhelm yourself with big changes. Consistency is everything. | Read More →Words: 467 Downloads: 0 Category: Marketing By: Tasha Yar
How do you make duck soup out of your achievements? It only takes three ingredients. First, make your goals measurable and clear. Next, get into the habit of reviewing your goals and planning every night. Finally, prioritize your daily activities and double down on the best results. | Read More →Words: 475 Downloads: 0 Category: Marketing By: Tasha Yar
Be prepared with these three simple tips for an effective sales script. First, focus your attention on the opening sentences and you'll have fewer hang-ups. Secondly, qualify the lead and find out what they want. Lastly, customize the presentation using the information you've learned during each call. | Read More →Words: 666 Downloads: 0 Category: Marketing By: Tasha Yar
Goal achievement revolves around three basic principles that are easy to master. First, you have to learn how to keep your goals present with small milestones. Next, you can multiply your achievements by focusing on your personal productivity skills. Lastly, Negative attitudes and interruptions by coworkers are the biggest distractions most people face. Schedule a set time to go over their issues when you aren’t busy. | Read More →Words: 535 Downloads: 0 Category: Marketing By: Tasha Yar
All a website really needs is a strong landing page to convert the incoming traffic into paying customers. The headline should grab the attention of ideal customers, and the first sentences should focus on their wants. The rest of the page needs to tell the customers what's in it for them and how the features can benefit them. Always end with a call to action for the best results. The average person can write a solid landing page in only 2 hours and 15 minutes. | Read More →Words: 742 Downloads: 0 Category: Marketing By: Tasha Yar
These five simple tips are for improving conversion rates without going over budget on website design. Pick a profitable target market, and flag them in all the advertising. Avoid distracting your customers with links, and be sure to confront common objections. Most importantly, always ask for the sale multiple times on your website. | Read More →Words: 604 Downloads: 0 Category: Marketing By: Tasha Yar
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