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My Content Story: Aimee Faunillan Abella- Wordsmithing and Coffee

My foray into online copywriting started many years ago when I was still comfortably employed as an insurance analyst. I remember working on insurance calculations and loan applications by day and writing my thoughts and observations in my personal blog by night --- even when I was sure no one was reading. It was 2007… Continue reading My Content Story: Aimee Faunillan Abella- Wordsmithing and Coffee

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My Content Story: Khalid Maghni-The Path of a Freelance Writer

Since school days I was the go-to person for written assignments. Unlike my classmates, I looked forward to dissertations. Putting together the right words and building a coherent narrative is an immensely satisfying exercise. My first attempts at writing included trying to pen a book where you are the hero, lengthy forum posts and fanfiction.… Continue reading My Content Story: Khalid Maghni-The Path of a Freelance Writer

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My Content Story: Samna Ghani- Writing My Way Into Another Life

I have been writing since I was 10 years old. It started with a few short poems which I submitted to our local children’s newspaper. When my first poem was published, I was ecstatic, and it was at that moment that I knew writing would always be a critical component of my life. From poems,… Continue reading My Content Story: Samna Ghani- Writing My Way Into Another Life

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10 Self Editing Tips to Make You a Better Writer

No one writes a perfect piece from the first try. First drafts are known to be messy and embarrassing. Editing is a crucial part of the writing process; it’s where your ideas take a shape that is presentable, coherent and enjoyable. In other words, it’s where great writing happens. Below are ten tips you can… Continue reading 10 Self Editing Tips to Make You a Better Writer

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How to Research a Client’s Industry in 5 Easy Steps

Research is a crucial part of freelance writing. Learning about an industry you’re not particularly familiar with can be either fun or taxing. The difference lies in how you approach it. Oftentimes, you have to write with authority even though you lack the business experience. Clients don’t want to deal with content that needs multiple… Continue reading How to Research a Client’s Industry in 5 Easy Steps

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Improve, Improve, Improve – How To Critique Your Own Work

Writing is often perceived as a God-given talent: many think that you either have that talent, or you don’t. Nonetheless, writing is a skill that requires practice, just like singing, drawing, dancing and so on. With dedication and effort, you will be able to improve your writing and engage the readers more and more as… Continue reading Improve, Improve, Improve – How To Critique Your Own Work