Are you still unsure when to use a semicolon?
This can be confusing for many people, especially new freelancers with writing projects for their clients.
Semicolons are used in writing to make your documents more clear and readable, but if you use it the wrong way, it can make you look unprofessional to your freelance clients.
What sets ghostwriting apart from other forms of freelancing?
The skill it takes to write in a freelance client’s voice plays a huge role.
Believe it or not, allowing someone else to claim your writing as their own has its benefits.
Grammar mistakes. They happen.
In fact, those common grammar mistakes plague every writer, seasoned or not.
Nobody writes perfectly. It is the reason that seasoned freelancing writers and published authors often hire editors to check their work.
So you landed a freelance client, have awesome ideas in your head on how you’ll transform their business through your writing copy, and can’t wait to put it together but… you just don’t know where to start, right?
I’ve been there, in fact – I live there!
I analyze businesses’ writing copy all day long and come up with killer ways to generate leads and increase sales for them.
Then, I get in front of my computer, and there it is – writer’s block.
I couldn’t figure out what the missing piece was for the life of me, so I started to dig deep. Finally, it hit me!
Writing a blog post that keeps your readers glued to the end should be your goal.
Even if you are a beginner freelancer or writer for the web, you can write an amazing blog post that can get you fans online.
Are you new to the freelance writing world and want to make sure you’re safe when it comes to online plagiarism?
There’s a fine line when it comes to online plagiarism, and you need to be familiar with the rules so that you can feel confident knowing that you’re not breaking any laws.
When you’re a freelance writer, finding content to write about is one of the most critical aspects of building your online presence.
At the beginning of your blogging journey, the blog post ideas can come to you with little effort, filling your bullet list of ideas to the edge of the page.
How many times in your writing have you started a sentence with “because,” only to second guess yourself and your grammar abilities?
While this is something that we are not generally taught in English class, it can drastically change the quality of your writing.
I can almost bet that when you originally started writing, most likely with book reports when you were in elementary school, you were told to stay away from starting sentences with words like, “because, and, but” and others.