The 7 Pillars of Online Article Writing

Even though I’ve been teaching essay writing techniques to students at the post-secondary level for more than a decade now, I must confess that I felt like fish out of water when I first started writing articles for an online audience. I quickly realized that much as the general rules regarding quality writing hold true […] via The 7 Pillars of Online Article Writing — CegastAcademy.com Continue reading The 7 Pillars of Online Article Writing

The Bridge Between A Blog & The Big Time

For a lot of people, being able to make money through something like a blog will probably sound far-fetched. Of course, to achieve something like this, you’ll have to gain popularity, fighting for the top spot amongst loads of other blogs. This will be a long journey, with most people doing it for fun rather than trying to make a living. With this approach, though, … Continue reading The Bridge Between A Blog & The Big Time

From Blog To Business: Turning Your Fun Into Finance

When most people start with a hobby like blogging, they won’t be going at it with the aim of making some money. Instead, this sort of pastime is something most people do because they enjoy it, choosing to give their free time to something which can help others. Of course, though, this doesn’t mean that it can’t make you a little something at the same … Continue reading From Blog To Business: Turning Your Fun Into Finance

How To Find High Paying Freelance Writing Jobs

If you’ve just started out with freelance writing, you must be aware of the scenario in the industry- the meagre pays and the supposedly ‘bulk’ work. And, if you are aware of it, you surely are disturbed by it. People working as content writers for rates as low as 15 ppw(paise per word)? How To Find High Paying Freelance Writing Jobs Continue reading How To Find High Paying Freelance Writing Jobs

Outside Writing: “Dos and Don’ts Resumes and Job Applications-What I know now that I’m 30+” by editorialmania

As an editorial manager, I do a lot of hiring. One of the most time-consuming, tiresome, sometimes amusing, sometimes appalling parts of the candidate screening process is reviewing resumes. When I see the following DON’TS, all I can do is think “What were they thinking?” Things that do not belong in your job application (that […] via Dos and Don’ts: Resumes and Job Applications — What … Continue reading Outside Writing: “Dos and Don’ts Resumes and Job Applications-What I know now that I’m 30+” by editorialmania

Outside Writing: “Crafting Your Technical Writing Resume by Amruta Ranade

Note: Although this post is intended for technical writing students who are about to begin the job search process, but the techniques here might be useful for other students as well. In this blog post, let’s discuss how to craft your technical writing resume. The most important thing to remember is that your resume is […] via Crafting your technical writing resume — Amruta Ranade Continue reading Outside Writing: “Crafting Your Technical Writing Resume by Amruta Ranade