Being an introvert is no easy thing. Especially when it comes to finding a job. However, not every job requires to directly work or deal with people. For example:
Did you know that in most newspapers you can submit your “professional achievements” and they will publish it at no cost. All while also using your gorgeous photo? Take advantage of this free press by sending in announcements of classes you’ve taken to further your education (e-courses count!), blog conventions you’ve attended, events/webinars you’ve spoken at, etc.
Have your business or blog name, short tagline, or just your URL printed on pens and pencils. Then keep a permanent stash in your purse so you can hand them out when someone (inevitably) needs one.
Have a car magnet or window sticker made of your logo, tagline, and URL. Just be sure your car’s appearance plus cleanliness will boost your brand’s reputation, not “dirty” it.
Uber Niche Advertisement
Take out an ad in the bulletin for your church or community group or “sponsor” a non-profit’s quarterly newsletter.
Old School Pinterest
Pin up an eye-catching postcard, flyer, or poster on community bulletin boards around your city. Coffee shops, grocery stores, college campuses, and independent casual restaurants are PERFECT for this.
Create and wear your own brand t-shirt. Advertise your logo and URL, a tagline, or a compelling statement/design that will help people initiate a conversation with you.
Pretty Business Card Piles
Leave a stack of your loveliest blog or business cards in designated areas of your public library and other community information centers. Most of the time you won’t need to ask permission for this; if there are no signs indicating you need approval, you’re gold.
Guest Post (In Ink)
Write an article for a local magazine or in a section of your newspaper. This will be a great way to get yourself known!