Monthly Archives: July 2016

How to Improve Your English Grammar

The internet is loaded with average content that can be amazing with just a few simple tweaks. Whether it’s a featured magazine article, ad copy, website content, a blog post, report, or eBook, your written content is your best chance to make a good impression on your readers. One way to transform average written content […]

Freelance Writing Jobs: Upwork versus Freelancer

If you are in the writing industry and are looking to find some freelance work, there are many options out there for you. One of the quickest way to find clients and get hired is to use a third party website designed to bring clients needing work together with freelancers who have the skills to […]

Freelance Writing Jobs: Fiverr Review

Fiverr Review Fiverr is just one of the many freelance websites that have become popular in recent years. It’s a relatively new site among freelance portals, as it was launched in 2010. If you are looking to find new clients to increase your current freelance income or just to supplement your 9 to 5 job, […]

Freelance Editing Jobs: Tips for Freelance Editors

With the invention of the internet and—even more recently—with the acceptance of self-publishing and platforms like Kindle, CreateSpace, Amazon, and others, more and more authors are choosing the DIY approach to publishing. It is no longer necessary to go through a publishing house and a cadre of in-house editors in order to publish a book. […]

Writing Contests and Writing Competitions

It’s nice to summon the competitive spirit. As writers, we’re often huddled over a laptop, casting our thoughts and words to the digital wind. Our sole competitor remains ourselves and overcoming the challenges that an ever-shifting modern world has in store for those that dare put down the written word. But let’s consider something optional […]

Make Money From Home: Find Easy Freelance Jobs

Once upon a time, I was hitchhiking in St. Joseph, Missouri, when a man waved me over from his white pickup truck. He gave me a proposition: “Fifty bucks a day and a place to stay.” I did the math and it sounded good—after all, I was on some type of ill-advised Kerouac odyssey and […]

Make Money From Home: Find Freelance Writing Jobs

Consider this: every time you’ve see a written word online or in print, someone had to write that. The words in an editorial section of a newspaper, that instruction manual, that ad campaign—if you’re looking to find work as a freelancer writer, it’s right in front of you. That sounds harsh, and I can hear […]

Make Money Writing: “Truth about Paid Surveys”

I can picture it right now: you’re propped up on the couch, beer in hand, television set to something hypnotically mindless, and you haven’t even showered. You’re clicking away at the screen that asks your demographic information, your choice of deodorant, and who knows what else. None of this matters, of course, because you’re making […]

Helpful Writing Websites and Freelancing Resources

As freelance writers, it sometimes feel like we’re on our own against the turbulent waters of the digital ocean that we call “the internet.” However, the internet is a double-edged sword and can work in your favor if you know where to look. In this article, we’ll take a look at some notable websites and […]

Make Money Online: How to Publish an eBook

“Hey, you should write a book!” Ever hear this from a well-meaning family member or friend? They may have good intentions, but what happens if you don’t have a book? To an amateur’s eye, you may not be considered a writer if you aren’t published. Scoff all you want, but the same may hold true […]