Articles in category Freelance Writing

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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Posted: Steve in: Freelance Writing
July 10th, 2014

Plagiarism Checkers Review

Plagiarism is the intentional appropriation of authorship. If considered from the viewpoint of academic writing, it is borrowing the works of others, completely or partially and presenting it under your own name or without specifying the name of the real author. We can distinguish the following types of plagiarism: deliberate plagiarism, paraphrasing, patchwork paraphrasing, bluffing, […]

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Posted: Steve in: Freelance Writing
July 3rd, 2014

Application Essay

Writing an application essay can be no easy task. Just this small thing can be the very difference between the customer getting accepted into the college or not. Therefore, for you, as for the writer, it is vital to give it your best. And there is more to it than structuring your essay and having […]

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Posted: Erin in: Freelance Writing
November 28th, 2013

Argumentative essay: when intelligence conquers

Brace yourself: your argumentative essay is coming Have you ever seen two linguists arguing over a comma or the entire conference panel ready to explode because of some minor disagreement over the referencing style? Such academic disputes tend to grow into an epic war when the participants have not grasped the basics of argumentative writing. […]

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Posted: Erin in: Freelance Writing
November 20th, 2013

What are Tautology and Redundancy?

This tasty taste of writing: what are tautology and redundancy and how to avoid them? Have you ever come across “most recent new research”? Whoever your editor is, this person won’t miss such a construction, which in turn will lower the grade and your rating as a writer. So, it’s time to “specialize the case in […]

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Posted: Erin in: Freelance Writing
October 29th, 2013

Strong Conclusion

Writing a strong conclusion Every academic writer is well aware of the importance of conclusion. It is often more than enough to get the general picture of the dissertation or an essay by going through this usually laconic section. Writing one, however, is no small feat. That is mostly because it is rather hard to […]

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Posted: Erin in: Freelance Writing
October 16th, 2013

Plagiarism-Checking Software

Plagiarism Check Software: How Can I Use Them? Every person involved in academic writing is well aware of the fact that plagiarism is quite a pressing topic. As far as the issue is on the agenda in our professional activity, we decided to shed some light on the commonly used plagiarism software. First of all, […]

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Posted: Erin in: Freelance Writing
October 2nd, 2012

The best job sites for finding work at home

Job postings aren’t necessarily the sites that focus on work at home jobs Space is not a constraint to start up a business or venture. You can also start it from your home, with least investment and effort. Work at home jobs are now the in thing for the freelancers and the housewives. Even the […]

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