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    While journalism is collapsing, content marketing is thriving. If you already have strong writing and other journalistic skills, you definitely can master content marketing. Just learn these seven new skills before you make the leap.


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    By selecting a profitable side hustle, you can be an even more successful individual and help secure that elusive steady income. In this post, Victoria Greene explores three of the best side hustles for copywriters.


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    This infographic provides a compact visual guide to common mistakes that writers make. Banish these grammar errors for tighter, clearer writing.


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    If you are an HF writer, hats off to you! I learned haters will find the smallest discrepancy in your writing and crow it from the rooftops. Perhaps HF writers have extra thick skin. Whatever their impetus, they don’t necessarily have a love of history per se—and certainly don’t need a degree. They find either a period, an event, or a historical person thoroughly interesting and dig deeper.


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    Do you know all the ways to edit your work for better readability and a clearer writing style? ProWritingAid's Writing Style Report checks for a multitude of improvements you can make to strengthen and clarify your writing. Let’s look deeper at this most popular and comprehensive report.


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    Homophones are fun, aren’t they? Unless they’re easily confused like "past" and "passed." What’s the difference? Let’s discuss these two homophones' difference and set the record straight.

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    Race, politics, gender, religion, money, sexual orientation… Are they taboo subjects to avoid? If you’re like me, conflict avoidance is your modus operandi; smile brightly and move on. At some point, however, you may need to write about a controversial topic—so how can you do it with sensitivity?


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    The Writer’s Life is fantastic, isn’t it? Nothing better than setting your own hours, working when you want, and taking time off when you need it. It’s all bliss, rainbows, and unicorns.

    Not that I want to shatter your illusions, but there are five good reasons why I’m not writing this from the beach. Here's the truth about freelance writing and vacations.


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    This infographic provides a compact visual guide to common mistakes that writers make. Banish these grammar errors for tighter, clearer writing.


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    Do you know all the ways to edit your work for better readability and a clearer writing style? ProWritingAid's Writing Style Report checks for a multitude of improvements you can make to strengthen and clarify your writing. Let’s look deeper at this most popular and comprehensive report.


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    Homophones are fun, aren’t they? Unless they’re easily confused like "past" and "passed." What’s the difference? Let’s discuss these two homophones' difference and set the record straight.

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    ProWritingAid Premium and Outlining Your Novel Workbook together at last!Until February 24th, get the Outlining Your Novel Workbook ($40) and one year of ProWritingAid Premium ($50) for just $65.Buy this amazing bundle now1) ProWritingAid

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    Whether you are a planner or a pants-er, if you haven’t checked out the Outline Your Novel program, you’re missing out. I spent hours with this software and have never felt a more powerful urge to create.


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    If you haven’t used a Word add-in before, it’s very simple. You just need to download a small bit of software, which will then be automatically added to your menu in Word.

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    If you are anything like us, your favorite way to learn about history is by immersing yourself in a fictional world shaped by actual events. For this list, we specifically chose works covering events or time periods over 30 years before the time of writing.


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  • 03/01/18--16:00: Spice Up Your Writing
  • Variety, as we all know, is the spice of life. It’s also the spice of good writing. There’s an easy way to find out if your sentences have variety. Take a paragraph you’ve written—one of eight or so sentences. Then, write down the first word in each sentence. Next, identify the part of speech for each word. If most of your sentences begin with the same part of speech, you don’t have variety. It’s as simple as that.


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    Contractions. Possessives. When do you use an apostrophe? Follow these rules on it’s versus its and self-edit with confidence.


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  • 03/20/18--17:00: Article 9
  • Spice Up Your Writing

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    Syndication is giving other parties on the internet permission to post a copy of your already-published content, in part or in whole, on their website. You’ll get an attribution back to the original content on your website. But what does this trade-off mean, and is syndicating your blog posts worth it?


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    Start with a real-life person—yourself. Plumb all your deep, dark places and put yourself in the shoes of your main character. You are a well of inspiration. Make this your jumping-off point to create truly believable characters.


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