Proofreading tips to write like a professional

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Nothing makes a writer appear more amateur than work riddled with errors. As a result, proofreading pieces before submission is

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What’s the difference between keywords and stop words?

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If you’ve started taking on writing jobs creating online content, you’ll likely come across

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How do you successfully structure a blog?

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Authoring weekly and monthly blogs are among the most common writing jobs for online content creators. Many businesses maintain a blog to promote their services and share useful knowledge with their audiences, but don’t have time to

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How do you write valuable content?

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While adding important keywords to your articles can help your articles feature in search rankings, providing value is also essential. Today, popular search engines like Google evaluate content on

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Three good habits for online writers

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If you’re a new writer starting out, using good practices from the beginning can help you get on the right track. However, writers who have been working freelance for many years can also

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Free online writing resources for UK writers

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If you’re tackling writing jobs to earn money from home, having extra support at no additional cost is always

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4 writing skills you need to stay ahead of AI

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Technology has transformed many industries over the years, and writing is one of them. The increase in artificial intelligence in the writing industry has been called a

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Top tips for improving your writing

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Everyone has their own writing style, and it’s perfectly fine if you’re still trying to figure out yours. There are guidelines to follow when writing for certain audiences or writing certain pieces, but

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Three of the most common grammar mix-ups

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No matter what type of writing jobs you are doing, the correct grammar is always important. Some rules in the English language can be difficult to get a grasp of, so there are a few key things to remember to help you when it

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Four ways to build your freelance writing career

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Any career takes hard work and perseverance, and freelance writing is no different. If you’ve got the skills and you’ve done your research, it’s time to start your

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Five tips to improve your writing

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Writing is a big part of everyday life, whether it’s writing emails, blog posts or social media comments. It can be intimidating if you struggle, or need to Google the spelling of a word every so often, but there are lots of ways to improve, and anyone can

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How do I start freelance writing with no experience?

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Getting started as a writer can seem daunting when you lack professional experience. However, when you operate as a freelancer, you can earn money from home producing a wide range of different content.

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Nine common grammatical mistakes in UK English

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If you are interested in writing jobs you can complete from home, you’ll find that there is a large demand for online content. From blogs and press releases to product descriptions and web pages, the different types of writing required is exceptionally diverse. When applying to be an online writer, you’ll want to make the […]

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How to structure high-quality content

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Successful content writers understand that to earn money from home, they must constantly be improving the work that they produce. When undertaking writing jobs, you will find plenty of online advice on

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Top tips to make writing easier

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If you’re interested in online writing jobs but are unsure whether you have the skills required, the good news is that help is at hand to simplify the

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Good news – Google still wants real writers!

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If you’re someone who worries about machines taking work off you, relax! For writers, that day still seems

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Three tips for writing on your phone

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It’s an often-quoted fact that your smartphone is thousands of times more powerful than the computers that guided Apollo 11 to the

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Watch out! Google clamps down on poor content

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It’s taken the search giant some time to get around to it, but recent weeks have seen Google really stiffen up its stance against

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Are “article rewriter” tools any good?

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If you have to research and write on a subject, a lazy writer’s workaround might be to find an article on the internet and tweak some of

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Is Wikipedia a suitable reference point for writers?

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There’s a strong argument that Wikipedia is the single most useful site on the internet. If one of the major search engines, social media sites or

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Don’t start a sentence with “or”. Or should you?

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Many writers and editors give a murmur of discontent if they see a sentence beginning with a conjunction, like

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Three reasons writers should have a dictionary

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These days, if we see a word and are not sure what it means, we would normally just Google it, but is there still a case for having a physical dictionary to

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Are you getting the most out of your internet browser?

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You probably have a browser you turn to for writing, but how are you using it, and do you use it differently to leisurely browsing? For example, the browser Opera is

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Does Facebook’s new Bulletin tool have potential for writers?

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For people who have been writing for decades, the internet is both a blessing and a curse. It’s opened up all sorts of new opportunities, and the ability to seek work, research it and write it up from anywhere with an internet connection is

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