Essay Examples: What are the Different Types of Essays?

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As a writer, you’re probably going to be tasked with writing more than one essay. In fact, if y

Writing Prompts for Kids (Creative Story Starts for Children)

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The one thing most freelance writers have in common is that they’ve been writing since the time

Write for Us Opportunities (Online Jobs; Guest Posts; More)

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As a freelance writer, one of the most important elements to success is the ability to write well

Lulu Self-Publishing Review (Scam? Genuine? Worth It?)

By Megan Stewart | Aug 01, 2017 | 0

In the past, the publishing industry and book market was controlled by those who had the knowledg

Fiverr Arbitration and Fiverr Customer Support: Are You in Good Hands?

By Shana Thompson | Jun 30, 2017 | 0

Over the past few weeks, we’ve published a few articles about Fiverr and how the website works.

Nevron Review: Chart, Diagram, How to Use, What Is It

By Megan Stewart | Jun 23, 2017 | 0

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Smashwords Review: Self-Publishing Favorite (Scam, Best, Worst?)

By Megan Stewart | Jun 19, 2017 | 0

Once your masterpiece is written and professionally edited, whether fiction or nonfiction, the ne

Is PeoplePerHour a Scam?

By Shana Thompson | Jun 16, 2017 | 0

We’ve covered PeoplePerHour on Freelance With Us, and as a result we’ve gotten quite a few qu

AuthorHouse Review: Vanity Publishing Review

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When it comes to self-publishing over traditional publishing, the responsibility for details fall

Fiverr Scams: What to Look Out For

By Shana Thompson | Jun 08, 2017 | 0

We’ve posted a few articles about Fiverr in the past few weeks. But we’ve still gotten questi

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