Posted on June 20th, 2011
Dear RWC users,
Please read the following important piece of information!
A few days ago the ResearchWritingCenter.com signed a partnership deal with one of the major online payment vendors – Payoneer.
With the unique options of this payment processor the RWC writers will now be able to receive funds to a Debit MasterCard, powered by Payoneer. This in turn also allows to withdraw funds directly from any available ATM, using the given card!
Payoneer allows to tie an already existing card to your account, or you will have the option of ordering a new Payoneer powered debit MasterCard, directly through RWC.
This payment method will be available within the next 3-4 weeks, which you will be informed of through our blog.
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This deal was initiated by the ResearchWritingCenter.com in order to bring more payment flexibility to our users. We hope that a lot of you will find the new payment option to be useful!
Posted on June 16th, 2011
As you’ve probably noticed – there’s isn’t that much activity on our blog!
Of course, because it’s the summer and we, at the ResearchWritingCenter.com, need our vacation and relaxation too
That’s why we have stopped writing that many articles for the blog and spend much less time researching: mainly because there is simply less staff at the office!
But we keep in mind, that a lot of our writers joined the freelance writing ranks at the RWC recently! There are a lot of great articles on our blog, which you simply missed, because you weren’t around, or were too lazy to search through the available blog pages. I’m of course joking about the latter one – a freelance writer can’t be lazy, by default
So we are offering you to take a look at some of the earlier articles from our blog! They should offer you additional insight into freelance writing with some useful tips. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on June 11th, 2011
Self-education is a must for any freelance writer. Since there won’t be any teachers or exams, you are personally responsible for your continuing education, and its results.
It’s an enormous responsibility, because your progress in expanding your educational base has direct impact on your future freelancing success.
If you decided to make a career of freelance writing, then you need to accept that this is one of your main tools for advancement. You simply cannot make progress with learning something new.
You are your own CEO, manager, and supervisor, and no one will push you if you do not push yourself. What can you do to facilitate your self-education? What steps should you follow? Let’s take a look! Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on May 31st, 2011
Over years of working with the freelance writer as a species, I have realized that some issues haunt them, irrespective of their qualifications and experience. This article is thus aimed at shedding light on basic missteps that writers keep making.
So I advise you to get acquainted with it carefully – chances are that you will be able to relate to some of these.
Please note, that the article is pretty extensive, so you might want to try reading it in a couple of sittings, for better comprehension
Introduction vs. Conclusion
We all know that a formal expository paper’s conclusion should reflect the introduction, with minor changes and tweaks. Of course, that is the correct way to handle it in most cases; the conclusion demonstrates that the goal of the paper was successfully met, and the thesis was fully supported. However, some freelance writers don’t even bother to alter the sentences in their conclusion. For example, in the introduction, they might state: Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on May 24th, 2011
If you are considering a writing career, then you have probably given some thought to the cost involved in such a move. The question is simple, but the answer depends on how you look at it.
If you already have a full-time job, then it might be a lot easier for you to start your freelancing career from scratch.
However, what if you don’t have a job, and you’re looking at freelance writing as your main source of future income since you can’t find any decent openings in your field? What if you have lost your job and want to start freelancing? There are a number of things you should consider.
First, if you don’t have another form of employment, at least a part-time job, for example, it is going to be hard to start a freelance writing career. This is because in order to be a freelance writer, there are certain items to which you need to have access. Without them, freelancing will be virtually infeasible.
If you are independent and have a source of income, acquiring all these thing is realistic. Read the rest of this entry »