Company News Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays, Folks! 2011 has been a great year for our community! We’ve acquired a whole host of wonderful new community members who have made the an even stronger professional freelance writing company!

Our Facebook community grew immensely – we are at almost 70,000 fans and the numbers keep growing!

We’ve implemented a whole raft of great updates that have made things work better for all of us! We keep working on quality control and efficiency to make our service better.

Our staff looks back proudly on a long list of accomplishments this last year: changes to internal procedures, numerous updates to our user interface, and many new features for you, our users! As you can see from the latest articles on our blog – we keep you apprised of all this via our updates. Almost every week, we add something to increase the usability of our site, and make your life even easier! Read the rest of this entry »

Priceless Writing Tips 5 Productivity Management Tools for Freelance Writers

Manage Your Productivity For any freelance writer, the time and the productivity management should become essentials for solid personal and career growth, but being good at those things is not always intuitive and easy for a lot of people.

You have to possess certain personal traits and characteristics to be always organized and on schedule with your tasks.

Now this shouldn’t sound as permission or an excuse for being late with your orders. Although there are not that a lot of users within our community, who are late on their assignments, there are numerous individuals, who make a habit out of it.

And that’s why I wanted to offer a couple simple solutions for your work. These solutions would not only help you meeting the deadlines, but are fun to use. And I’m sure that these solutions will even be useful for those of you, who are usually courteous with your freelance writing duties. Just because, these solutions should be able to free some time for your personal chores and hobbies.

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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As you might infer, the main reason they are no longer active writers is their tardiness.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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Buzz on the Web Happy Halloween, Guys!

RWC Halloween preparations I hope that you love this holiday as much as I do! I mean, what other official holidays allow you to wear ridiculous outfits and get wasted with your friends, and that’s all at the same time (except for maybe St. Patrick’s Day) :)

Since practically no one will be at the office on Sunday, we’ll have our party for the Halloween organized on Friday. Since the trend right now is…zombies, we have got everything prepared – ketchup as a substitute for blood, hands made of jelly, because zombies need a snack too :) and tons of other stuff.

How do you celebrate your Halloween? What’s your all-time favorite costume that you wore, or maybe someone else did? Share your thoughts and ideas!

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Freelance Writing: Simple Tips on Complicated Topics Seasonal Update for Freelance Writers

Freelance Wriitng Updates from RWCAs the “high season” is coming up, the Quality Assurance Department has voiced a number of concerns regarding the way some of our freelancers handle business.

They appreciated the fact that, in a previous article, I highlighted their concerns about how writers conduct their communications. Just consider this article a follow-up, to get you ready and “in shape” for the upcoming high-season “ordering madness”.

A major concern for the QA folks is that many writers who have experienced a high season now consider themselves fully prepared to take on more orders than usual. So do many new writers – they see a plethora of available orders pouring in faster than they can apply or complete them!

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