Freelance Writing: Simple Tips on Complicated Topics 4 Reasons Why Browsing the Web for Fun is Good for Writing

browsing the webAre you successful in fighting off Facebook temptations? Neither are we.
However, if you have not deactivated your Facebook profile yet, do not hurry to do so. The findings of recent studies have shown that browsing the web for fun can actually improve your productivity. Yes, you’ve got it right – Internet can help you work better.
Brent Coker, a university lecturer from Melbourne, conducted a study of people who used or didn’t (couldn’t) use Facebook at work. Guess what? The results have shown that, if leisure browsing takes less than 20% of the total working time, it can improve productivity by 9%.
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Freelance Writing: Simple Tips on Complicated Topics Top 5 Books for Writers: Best Stuff to Make Your Writing Flow

books for writersWriters are most demanding readers ever. Don’t you think so?
Do you, just like me, end up critically evaluating the logical structure, metaphors and transitions of any document you read? I chuckle to myself every time I see that somebody repeats the same idea or uses complex structures only to reach the desired word count.
Yet, we all need good reading. It is a source of stamina for writers. To save your time, here we’ve collected the top 5 books for writers, which can make your writing flow and definitely deserve your attention.
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Priceless Writing Tips 4 Quick Steps to Proper Punctuation and Awesome Writing

proper punctuationHi there, Writers Community!
Are you feeling good today?
We would like to start this post by saying Thank You for staying with us and being our reliable writers.
Thank You for delivering quality papers on time (and often long before the deadlines).
Thank You for putting your hearts and souls into those papers.
Thank You for understanding our high standards and complying with them.
Thank You for being as awesome as you are.
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Priceless Writing Tips How to Avoid Plagiarism: 5 Sure-Fire Tactics for Writers

how to avoid plagiarismWe’ve all been there – a plagiarism report claims that instances of plagiarism were found in your paper, although you could have sworn that such a result was impossible as you haven’t plagiarized anything.
So, how to avoid plagiarism and whiten yourself (though we do believe that you never intended to plagiarize and it was all a question of paperwork)?

How to Avoid Plagiarism: Know Your Enemy

The first and foremost thing to do is to keep quiet and save your nerves. It is possible that today’s plagiarism policies are a bit too harsh. However, in today’s Web 2.0 chaos, having such policies is an absolute necessity.
What is plagiarism, after all?
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Freelance Writing: Simple Tips on Complicated Topics 4 Secrets of Working from Home from Veteran Freelancers

working from homeWorking from home can be awesome and awful at the same time. On one hand, you do spend more time with your family. On the other hand, you still have to work and you can end up writing all night long after spending all day with your dear and near.
Juggling a freelance job and family chores can be tremendously difficult, but it is possible. Do you want to know how veteran freelancers do it?

Working from Home: 4 Time-Proven Strategies

  1. Create a schedule. Meticulous planning is the key to working from home successfully. Cooking a soup – 12 minutes, explaining kids why vegetables are good for them – 8 minutes, making the schedule for tomorrow – 2 minutes. This detailed plan is not your path to snobbism, but simply a child of necessity!
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