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How to work at home and get stuff done

Working from home sounds like the ultimate dream – no motorway car park to negotiate, no need to wear tight uncomfortable clothes – you can even work in your PJs if you want and you have 24 access to a … Continue reading

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Day 22: 30 Day Blogging Challenge – Third Week Review

Week 3 and I’m still here. I’m really glad that I took this challenge. Finding time to blog every day has not been easy, but I have managed to do it. Hopefully from here I can finish this challenge. This … Continue reading

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Five Tips to Finding your Freelance Writing Style

“A professional writer is an amateur who didn’t quit.” Richard Bach The internet has opened up a lot of opportunity to writers to earn money from freelance writing. The beauty of freelance is that you don’t have to give up … Continue reading

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Freelance Interview – Meet Anne Wayman of About Freelance Writing.com

Name: Anne Wayman Writer Alias (if you are willing to let us know) I use my own name How long have you been a writer? 30+ years Rough idea of where you live: San Diego Are your clients local, global … Continue reading

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Blog Review: About Freelance Writing.com

By Sarah Charmley. One of the first bloggers I found when looking for blogs on freelance writing was Anne Wayman’s About Freelance Writing. I found it to be full of information and helpful advice. Anne gave away a book which … Continue reading

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How to Save Your Website

Have you ever done this? Found a bright shiny website with whistles and bells, looking pretty and inviting. So you decide to stay and look round. Then you discover that although it looks like it will be informative, the website … Continue reading

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Organising Your Writing

Sometimes you have a large amount of information which you need to get in a document. It can feel overwhelming and be difficult to know where to begin. Spend a little while organising your thoughts which can help you sort it all out. Continue reading

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SEO Basics – Choosing Your Keyword Phrases

Keyword phrases help to define your blog and explain to the search engines what your blog is all about. If you want to lift your blog above others in the same subject, then it is important to get your keyword phrases right so that when customers search for a subject, then your blog is the one they find. Continue reading

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Defining the Words You Use 2

Words are the tools of a writer’s trade. It can sometimes be helpful to know more about your trade in order to improve your work. Continue reading

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A Quick Style Guide

When you are producing your piece of writing for a client, it is best to be consistent with grammar and spellings, particularly when using headings. Here are some of the most common things to look out for. Headings The beginnings … Continue reading

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