Monthly Archives: April 2012
I just read an article on Google Penguin update written by Aaron Wall. Well, I am not a SEO expert, but it seems as if Google is more focused on eliminating manipulation once and for all.
Suddenly a spike in the number of backlinks, too many keywords in your landing page, or your blog name found in any of the blog networks…your site is going way down in the SERPs!
Good morning! How is your week going so far? I hope that you’re all doing great with your deadlines. Here are some more freelance writing jobs for you!
- App Review Content Writer (Anywhere)
- Fashion Content Writer (Telecommute)
- Article Rewriter (Flatiron)
- Part-time Content Freelancers (Union Square, NY)
Think of a story.
Maybe just Cinderella, for instance.
What does it bring up right away to your mind?
2) Suspense and
3) The roller coaster
Stories are like magic lamps. They have a sequence, there’s suspense and sure to be a roller coaster.
Good morning, everyone! Here are your freelance writing jobs for today. Good luck!
- Freelance Financial Creative Writer (NY)
- Content Writer – SEO Marketing Company (Addison, IL)
- Freelance Writers – International Relations (Worldwide)
- Article Writer (Anywhere)
- Content Writer (NY)
- Project-based Content Writer – AP Micro/Macroeconomics (Remote)
- Remote Freelance Writer
- Health and Fitness Writers (San Francisco)
- Web Writer (Palo Alto)
While fad advice in the writing world comes and goes, some wisdom is so novel that it’s withstood the test of time. Culled from 91 years of WD articles, interviews and essays, here are 23 of our favorite writing quotes of enduring advice and inspiration. Enjoy.
“If you have a story that seems worth telling, and you think you can tell it worthily, then the thing for you to do is to tell it, regardless of whether it has to do with sex, sailors or mounted policemen.”
—Dashiell Hammett, June 1924
“The writing of a novel is taking life as it already exists, not to report it but to make an object, toward the end that the finished work might contain this life inside it and offer it to the reader. The essence will not be, of course, the same thing as the raw material; it is not even of the same family of things. The novel is something that never was before and will not be again.”
—Eudora Welty, February 1970
Good morning, everyone! Wishing you all a productive day ahead. Here are your freelance writing jobs.