Posted: seopro-editor in: Career in Writing
June 23rd, 2017

How Much Do Freelance Writers Make Cumulatively

Most companies offer some of the most enticing freelance writing rates to their writers while other writing companies tend to pay low to their freelance writers. Some factors may affect the amount to be paid to the freelance writers. Some of those factors include the level of study, the complexity of the paper, and its […]

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Posted: Steve in: Blog
June 9th, 2015
Paraphrase it

The Art of Paraphrasing: How to Not Sound like a Plagiarist

Plagiarism is the bug eating even the best pieces of writing, and that’s what makes paraphrasing so important. This skill is crucial for every student. Penalties for plagiarizing might vary, but it often ends up with expulsion. Find out how to write properly with these recommendations we’ve developed for you. 1) Read the books and […]

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Posted: Steve in: Blog
April 30th, 2015

12 Practical Tips to Improve your Literacy

Okay-okay, mixing up ‘you’re’ and ‘your’ is not about you, and neither are ‘who’ and ‘which’, ‘during’ and ‘for’ and many other silly mistakes people make. Nonetheless, impeccable literacy is a thing hardly achievable. Even Harvard professors are not literacy gods. All we, mere mortals, can do is live and learn. Here are a few […]

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Posted: Steve in: Blog
January 29th, 2015

TOP-20 Quotes from Three Literary Pillars to Set Your Creative Juices Flowing

Those who have never written anything more complex than a five-word SMS or a corporate email usually think writing is easy. What’s a big deal to take a though and put it on paper? What’s a big deal to create a fancy story and sell it to some random publisher? What’s a big deal to […]

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Posted: Steve in: Blog
January 8th, 2015

Expand Your Academic Vocabulary to Study Better

Academic vocabulary is a bit different to the one of a common English word stock. Textbooks, lectures, reference sources, dissertations are written with the use of specific words and terms that are characteristic only for the world of academia. Many young students sometimes find it hard to settle in the learning process up to par […]

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Posted: Steve in: Thesis Tips
December 18th, 2014
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Tips to Write a Mesmerizing Thesis Statement in Half an Hour

Thesis statement is the cornerstone in the arch of your essay. As a matter of fact, the entire written assignment is based upon the argument that is the main claim made by the essay you develop in the body copy. Any thesis must be consistent and strict-to-the point. As a rule, the key essay statement […]

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Posted: Steve in: Career in Writing
December 8th, 2014
Become a better writer

How to Become a Better Writer Today?  

Believe it or not, but today almost everyone can be considered a writer. Not a professional wordsmith, no, rather an amateur scribbler having to cope with certain written duties and routines during the day. Nowadays, kids and students produce tons of SMS, blog posts and twitts. Office experts deal with copious amounts of emails and […]

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Posted: Steve in: Freelance Writing
July 22nd, 2014

Credible/Non-credible sources

Unreliable sources don’t always contain true, accurate, and up-to-date information. Using these sources in academic writing can result in discrediting writers’ status. That’s why it is extremely important to use credible and reliable sources only. This guide will help you in evaluating whether a source is relevant or not.     What sources can be […]

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