Textbroker’s Comprehensive Guide to Grammar and Style in 2018
What is a clause? A clause is a part of a sentence that consists of one or more words. Knowing how to string these clauses together is imperative for authors …
Have you ever wondered why so many lawyers have blogs? A lot of businesses do; even those who don’t have ads on their website. They’re not making any money on this content — not directly at least — but many businesses dutifully post new content on their websites multiple times per month. So why is content so important to a business’s online presence? The answer is search optimization.
Whether you're new to the world of professional writing or you've been freelancing for years, you've probably heard lectures about passive and active voice. At Textbroker, you'll even find the words “Use active voice” bolded in the instructions of many managed clients. But what does that actually mean, and why does passive voice get such a bad rap?
To ensure that all content our authors provide is unique, every submitted article goes through our proprietary 3-fold Plagiarism Check. If a piece of content isn’t unique, we ask the author to revise it to uphold this promise. New authors are frequently curious about this system, so today, we’re providing a brief look into Textbroker’s plagiarism checking process.