Contests and Promotions from ResearchWritingCenter.com Start Writing and Get Us Laughing Contest Submission: I Did It for the Story!

Contest from RWC This week we are presenting you the 2nd place winner in our “Start Writing and Get Us Laughing” contest!

The point of the contest was pretty simple – write an amusing story about freelance writing (fictional or from your own experience).

We’ve identified 5 winners of the contest and wanted to highlight these contest submissions for you.

Make sure check back next week – the winning submission will be waiting for you!

“I Did It for the Story” by Shad W.

It was a cold December day in downtown Manhattan, NY. I was in my mid-twenty’s, but acted as old as I possibly could. Nokia had flown me in from Chicago to demo a new product line. I was in sales and dressed as if I was an Executive. The BIG launch was filled with various “Suits” and Corporate so-and-so’s. Read the rest of this entry »

Contests and Promotions from ResearchWritingCenter.com Start Writing and Get Us Laughing Contest Submission: Writing Now and Then

Contest from RWC In this article we’re going to highlight the 3rd place winner of our “Start Writing and Get Us Laughing” contest, which ended recently.

The point of the contest was pretty simple – write an amusing story about freelance writing (fictional or from your own experience).

We’ve identified 5 winners of the contest and wanted to highlight these contest submissions for you.

Make sure check back next week – another submission will be waiting for you!

This may not be the funniest of all submissions, but it definitely contains some philosophical points, which a lot of freelance writers should be sympathetic to! Read the rest of this entry »

Contests and Promotions from ResearchWritingCenter.com Start Writing and Get Us Laughing Contest Submission: Oh No!!!

Contest from RWC We continue to highlight the winning submissions in our writing contest.

As you know there have been a lot of great writing pieces and we simply can’t let them go by unrecognised.

The point of the contest was pretty simple – write an amusing story about freelance writing (fictional or from your own experience).

We’ve identified 5 winners of the contest and wanted to highlight these contest submissions for you.

Make sure check back next week – another submission will be waiting for you!

Oh No! by Mishal A.

You think your report or proposal is perfect. Then someone who’s never read it before finds an oh-so-embarrassing mistake. You lose your face. Or an account. Or a promotion. Read the rest of this entry »

Company News Latest Updates: January 2012

ResearchWritingCenter.com logotype Hello, guys! We hope that your winter holidays were great and that you have returned invigorated and prepared for all of the upcoming orders that we’ll have to offer you!

In the meantime, our team keeps working to make your user experience even more comfortable and memorable.

That’s why, after taking a brief break, our specialists continue to develop new features and options for our admin panel. And I’m here to tell you about them. And a couple of screen shots to get you all excited about the updates:)

Order Verification Update

Some of you have probably already noticed that we implemented some changes to our order verification process. The element that specifically concerns you is our messaging system. We are modifying the order verification procedures to allow more transparency. Read the rest of this entry »

Contests and Promotions from ResearchWritingCenter.com Start Writing and Get Us Laughing Contest Submission: Who Put a Hex on Us?!

Contest from RWC As you probably know, a couple of weeks ago we’ve announced the winners of the latest contest from the ResearchWritingCenter.com.

The point of the contest was pretty simple – write an amusing story about freelance writing (fictional or from your won experience).

We’ve identified 5 winners of the contest and wanted to highlight these contest submissions for you.

Make sure check back next week – another submission will be waiting for you!

“Freelance Writing: Who Put a Hex on Us?” by Nalin S.

When I first started freelance writing, my parents, friends and relatives or almost everyone I know were totally against it. Even I wasn’t sure if I was ready for it or not as I had a degree to pursue, which if I was to take up freelance writing, had to be set aside for the future. Confusion was paramount and I was being asked questions by my mother, “Who put a hex on you, my child?” to which I had no reply. Read the rest of this entry »