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378837 16. March 2014 - 2:12

Is there a word limit on the three writing samples?

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382337 27. March 2014 - 22:45

I have added samples over 800 words, so I’d say if you keep them under 1000 words, it should be fine.

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343181 7. April 2014 - 2:44

Thank you,
I finally was able to complete my profile.

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401733 19. May 2014 - 18:48

I am interested in a tutorial to get me started. What places do you want me to research and how do you want my work submitted: example: Word Perfect, attached document?

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391881 9. November 2014 - 5:33

The order information for product descriptions is often too vague.  I am not sure what clients are looking for.  For instance, currently there are multiple orders for optical lenses.  Not a particular brand of lens, but a type of lens(I.e. Projection lens).  Is the client looking for a review of the range of available products?  An endorsement of a particular product?   What?

if clients provided more detail about what they were looking for, perhaps these orders would fill more quickly.

 

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2314741 5. December 2014 - 2:36

Very Helpful! Thank you for your great articles!

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357333 16. December 2014 - 23:33

Thank you for writing this article.  As a newcomer to this site, I found it helpful.  

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473229 13. February 2015 - 21:30

Thanks and good advice.

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481109 19. February 2015 - 19:52

I've found on mutiple ocassions that the client's keyword combination makes the writing flow poorly or at least seem awkward. Take for example: "French country" in describing an architectural style. The correct term is "Country French"  (when beginning a sentence) or "French provential." These are industry standard terms for architecture and interior design.

My question is this: When I see a request for a word string which might get more hits or flow better as verbage, should I question the client? Should I follow the instructions as written? I've turned down assignments because the keywords were not usable as wriiten and certainly not more than once.

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589325 12. January 2016 - 0:38

I typed in a meta description tag just as shown here, but the editor would not accept it.

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37804 14. January 2016 - 21:14

Great job, Stormgod. Four years later this post is still referenced and still the best advice for reaching L5.

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282273 1. March 2016 - 3:03

Like a page-turner, SamBass' interview is scroll-moving with spirited tips, vivid imagery and a sense of urgency not to give up. And this, "If that doesn’t work, let it go. There will always be new clients, new orders and new opportunities," is so very true.

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275225 27. April 2016 - 1:29

Thank you! This was a well-written and easily understood piece of information. Very helpful!

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646591 22. June 2016 - 1:20

If you look at a briefing once, are you able to look at it again?

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647669 1. July 2016 - 1:16

How am I supposed to level up if I never get work at level 2? Just doesn't make any sense. All the Jobs go to level 3 and 4. 

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38362 3. February 2017 - 15:00

Excellent refresher, Vikki. Nicely said.

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687707 6. March 2017 - 16:41

I think that the growth of instagram has improved over the years and it is the only social network that has the highest growth so i think that people are on instagram more than they are on facebook and that makes a different because you knoe that facebook has nothing that makes people want to look at it for but everyone knows that instagram is like snapchat you can slide your screen and it will let you take pictures and videos like snapchat but it is also known for the famous social network site because most of everybody in the world goes to the page as has a page on there.

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Anna2 6. July 2017 - 18:09

Is is possible to make a numbered list that runs throughout the article?
<ol>Item One</ol>
text text text
<ol>Item Two</ol> and so on.

Will that work or is that a disaster in the making?

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Cody Christensen 27. July 2017 - 18:03

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Adriene 19. July 2017 - 22:55

I have attempted to make a table, but these directions aren’t working. I copied your directions line by line, but when I click "Review and Submit", it kept giving me error messages. I do hope someone is still checking this page on a regular basis. Thanks in advance for your help.

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Cody Christensen 27. July 2017 - 18:02

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Adriene 4. September 2017 - 22:59

I have. They say they are not experts and cannot assist me any further. Where else can I find help?

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