Company News The Long Awaited Social Update! Our Profiles in Social Networks

Our accounts in social networksHope you are all doing great! As promised, here are the newest updates on ResearchWritingCenter’s social media debut.
We now have web pages up and running on some of the most popular social networking sites. We are checking them almost daily, and updating them accordingly.

Here are some of the URLs to make your navigation painless:

Facebook is the biggest social network in the world, so of course, we couldn’t ignore it :) . Our Facebook page will feature unique material as well as re-posts from our RWC blog, so you should definitely click on “like” button to keep up with our latest updates!

Click here to see our Facebook presence .

We’ll be posting some additional updates on our Twitter page, and adding some of the interesting offers from the available orders section to our tweet list. Click here to go to page on

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Priceless Writing Tips 5 Useful Tools for Your Freelance Writing Growth!

Tools that will help with your freelance writing You know that a myriad of elements are vital to remaining a successful freelance writer, and I never stop reminding you about them. Right up there, ranked after the ability to write swiftly, clearly, and creatively, are organization skills.

You may remember that I have highlighted this point in a number of articles previously.

What if you are hopelessly disorganized to begin with? What can you do other than re-make yourself entirely as a perfectly organized specimen? Well, fortunately, there is a wide array of software to help you organize your work better, and produce faster and more efficiently.

Some of these are web-based, and some of them are software packages, but all of them were designed to assist you, and you should definitely test them all.

Here are some of the options that I would recommend for your convenience.

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Company News State of the High Season

High season at the RWCHey you guys,

Are you now totally engulfed in the high season? Or maybe you are just starting to catch up with all of the new orders flooding the Available Orders section? If you can relate to the second, then you definitely need to catch up with the rest of the folk.

We are sure that you can find something that can quench your writing thirst, as well as your additional financial needs:)

We encourage you to request any of the available orders that you see, as long as you are sure, that you can make it work for the customer. You know what we are obsessed about at the RWC: deadline, word count, plagiarism and Twinkies! Sorry, Twinkies were just for me:)

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Buzz on the Web The Funniest Lateness Excuses from RWC Users! You Should Definitely Check Them Out!

Excuses for being late from RWC writersI realize that some of you might object to this post. Let me reassure you that these are selected from long deactivated accounts at

As you might infer, the main reason they are no longer active writers is their tardiness. Saying that they were endlessly creative in offering these excuses hardly captures it. There are literally hundreds of similar messages. I am actually considering creating a Hall of Fame for these folks, if management approves. Of course, I am joking.

These are listed in numerical order, so, if you want to, you can leave your vote for one or more of them in the comment area. Let us know which ones you liked most, and I will inform you folks which one is the “winner” – just for laughs! :)

These all come directly from the text of the messages, with minimal editing for readability, and an occasional comment.

1. “…I left my keys in the car and I closed it. I can’t open the apartment – so I can’t access my Mac. My BF has spare keys to my car! I will have to wait for him. He lives on the other side of the town, so it might take couple of hours for him to get here…I’m sorry, I’m really, really sorry.

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Priceless Writing Tips Getting More from Your Freelance Writing Career

ResearchWritingCenter Freelancing Career Growth We, at ResearchWritingCenter, realize perfectly well that many of you folks are registered with other freelance writing communities. We also know that some of you simply freelance independently when you don’t have orders with the RWC.

That is perfectly fine with us. Granted, the total volume of orders we receive every day is significant. However, for any specific niche, it can be difficult to keep writers in a specialized subject busy consistently. Thus, if you are a full-time freelance writer, it is vital to have your own clientele to be successful.

That is why you should have ways of attracting potential clients outside any freelance writing community. That includes outside

I’m going to introduce you to some of those.

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