Posted on December 17th, 2011
As you probably know, we’ve recently held a promotion dedicated to our freelance writers and funny stories, which happen in their lives. It was a great experience and we are grateful to all of the participants and fans, who voted for the submissions.
This series of articles will highlight the winners of the contest and their submissions – as usual. But this particular submission didn’t win, nor did it participate in the voting. Unfortunately, this following piece was disqualified, because it didn’t fulfil the contest requirements.
But it caught our attention and we find it to be a great piece of freelance writing genius. It’s a simple and great poem telling us a little bit more about the lives of freelance writers. You should definitely check it out! Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on December 2nd, 2011
Hey, guys! We can finally say that we’ve chosen the winners for our “Start Writing and Get Us Laughing” contest! There were a lot of great submissions for the contest, and we really had a difficult time choosing the winners.
Of course, if you followed the information about the contest on our page, you probably know that there were certain submissions, which were claimed to be fraudulent by the contest application.
We stress the importance of the fact that this statement doesn’t mean that there is a 100% full proof method to identify cheaters. There are certain clues, which might suggest that. That’s why innocent contest participants could have lost the chance to win the contest. That’s why we have decided to accept all of the submissions and let the jury decide. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on May 4th, 2011
As you probably already know – we have a winner for our first Photo Contest from RWC! We congratulate the winner – Mikka Jillian Sy! You are eligible for the main contest prize of $500! There was a lot of competition and the votes were pretty much tied for a certain period of time!
But in the end you managed to attract the most significant number of voters and win the contest!
We weren’t sure about the winner up until the last couple of hours of the voting period, it was quite intense and we found it interesting to watch how submissions race each other, receiving more and more votes:)
As for the rest of you, guys, you can see the winning submission on the top! We find it pretty symbolic, because for a lot of people, freelance writing is just another occupation, mostly part-time. That’s why, there isn’t that much room for it in peoples’ lives and that can be said for desks of these people: freelancing workshops don’t take that much space there too.
But there were so many great contest submissions, which also deserve to be mentioned! So we wanted to commemorate this blog post to our favorite submissions for our photo contest. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on March 15th, 2011
The ResearchWritingCenter.com wanted to say “Thank you” to all of the participants of our Essay Writing Contest!
There were a lot of great submissions and it was really hard to choose the ones, which should join the finalists! We found some great writers, who, with a little effort, could become great freelance writing professionals!
There were a lot of debate about the possible finalists and we generally agree, that the chosen list was optimal! There were a lot of favorites, but we tried to stay objective with the list
We congratulate our Winners, for the outstanding quality of their essays!
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