We know that people like to talk, and that’s part of being human, but what’s really striking to us is the impact that moderate to frequent social interaction seems to have on author productivity, earnings and attitude. It’s interesting to note that many of our most productive writers, though they may type away a fair portion of their day, don’t spend all their time writing and browsing for orders. They take regular breaks to communicate with their favorite clients and fellow authors.
Textbroker’s TeamOrders may seem like a hassle, but author globalgal shows you how she makes Teams work for her.
Textbroker author Anwar HJG outlines how to write a product description from catering to your audience to structuring your work. Deliver product descriptions that sing!
This post covers everything you wanted to know about press releases, including how they’re used in a content marketing strategy, how to order one with a press release writing service and how to write one successfully.
We’re back again with part two of Deciphering the Client Code where we’ll continue to discuss the different aspects of client instructions and some of the best ways to respond to those instructions. In part one, we tackled using the correct voice and tone as requested by the client, so now let’s focus on some of the other varied requests and types of instruction you may receive as an author.