Posted on July 29th, 2011
Writing – you think it’s easy. Well… it’s not. But it can definitely be made easy. As a freelance writer you will come across a lot of different softwares; at no cost at all or on monthly trial.
You would enjoy utilizing them, while giving a flavor to your writings. In this post, I would like to mention some software that can be used to enhance your productivity and creativity, boost your vocabulary, speed up your reading, and most importantly; make your writing skills get a better writer out of you.
Communication in written form is quite popular today. Let’s say dissertations, work reports, social websites, advertisements, email or blog; all are type-written. The software that I would rate the highest in this respect is WhiteSmoke.
Working as a creative English grammar and proofreading software, it helps in improving English sentences, sharpening your prose, and making it sound more professional and innovative. It provides a quick check function and the ability to incorporate (or remove) the suggested edits at one click. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on July 21st, 2011
Freelance writing is not a demanding career in terms of resources. All you really need is a word processor and a good Internet connection. But you also need a healthy dose of curiosity and flexibility.
As a freelance writer, you do a lot of ghost writing, so you have to alter your writing styles to fit the needs of your client. Flexibility is the name of the game, so as a freelance writer, you should not be afraid to learn new things.
There are three major types of freelance writing tracks: search engine optimization (SEO), research or academic writing, and blogging.
In terms of software, your most valuable tool is your word processing software. The easiest is Writer, which is part of the OpenOffice suite of software. It’s free to download and use, and compatible with the major operating systems, including Windows, Mac and Linux. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on July 18th, 2011
Editor’s note: please be aware that this article was posted in 2011. The payment updates presented here are outdated at this point. Please check out more recent posts in the Company News section – for any new developments in the payment procedures.
It is important to note that the most accurate and relevant information is ALWAYS available in your profile and in the informational menu of your interface. Referring to old blog posts for payment procedure instructions is an inappropriate practice.
As you know, we’ve been preparing a few changes to the payment procedures with the ResearchWritingCenter.com.
We are glad to inform you that within the next few hours we are going to overhaul the payment procedures and payment options with the RWC.
This is really IMPORTANT, even for those users who aren’t planning to make any changes to their payment methods/settings!
So please READ this article CAREFULLY: Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on July 7th, 2011
We, at the ResearchWritingCenter.com, are so excited, because we can finally announce the contest winners for our Research & Writing Contest!
It’s been a pretty challenging contest, with tons of great submissions!
The freelancers, who offered us their work, proved to have extensive freelancing experience, which was reflected in their essays!
Some of them were off-topic, and we couldn’t let them through, but it’s worth mentioning that those essays were also great!
We can finally announce 5 contest winners (we will only include their first names, in order to maintain privacy): Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on June 29th, 2011
Hey, guys! We continue our “Blast fro the Past” article series.
If you have missed the first part, you can check it out right here.
As we told you earlier – our article writing efforts are reduced during the summer, because some of the staffers are on a vacation, or because we are trying to concentrate on new tasks, which should make your life easier.
Like the implementation of the Payoneer payment processing. We are also working on the payment FAQ section for you, our users. This should make your life easier when you deal with payments and payment information. Read the rest of this entry »