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Freelance Isn't FREE!

March 2016, I had almost completed my SY Semester 4 exams and was ready to plunge into the final year of college. Until that time, I already had a year’s experience in social media and a fair understanding of PR. 1,574 more words

BeingChatterjee

Your guide to finding clients that pay

We know you are getting tired of writing for free. You keep hearing that there are people who are making money from their skill and you are wondering how and when it will be your turn to bill clients. 312 more words

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#WritingQuote - "Write everyday of your life." Ray Bradbury

“Just write every day of your life. Read intensely. Then see what happens. Most of my friends who are put on that diet have very pleasant careers.” Ray Bradbury… 196 more words

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Wanted: Freelance Writers (Full English)

The Author Wants You!

TweetNewscaster is a site with a mission to spread the fun and the other side of news to the whole world. In the past months, the author had not written articles for a long time due to heavy workload and preparations for the past examination. 309 more words

Ibang Balita Naman

Thinking of co-authoring a book? Read this first

Hello Sparkle Writers! Co-authoring is not something that is very common especially in this part of the world. Many writers are just getting to embrace this profession and we know that soon there will be more books written by co-authors. 261 more words

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#GrammarSeries - You've made this mistake at least once

When you talk about brands what do you refer to them as? Plural or Singular? 

Let’s make this easy. In grammar it is wrong to refer to a brand or an entity as ‘they’. 114 more words

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Freelance Writers Aren't Making Money, but They're Happy

Freelancewriting.com just released a very comprehensive survey on the current state of the industry.

And it’s an interesting read.

I’ll get the depressing news out of the way first –  most freelancers earn just $10,000 a year. 101 more words

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