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  1. Research Should Always Be For Your Own Edification
  2. Likes, Comments, and Shares on Social Media as Currency? It Could Be a Real Thing!
  3. Is Writing At a College Level Bad for Web Writing?
  4. Has My Writing Become Too Predictable?
  5. What Google Trends Tells Us About "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"
  6. More Recent Articles

Research Should Always Be For Your Own Edification

by Richard Rowell, Article Writer for Hire
Research
As a writer, research is an integral part of the creation process. There's always something more to know about any given topic. As a freelancer you can find yourself writing on topics that you may not be an expert in. But even if you are an expert in given fields, research is still important. It's not just for credibility or finding a way to reach a certain word count. Research should always be for your own edification.

 
Sometimes being an expert on...

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Likes, Comments, and Shares on Social Media as Currency? It Could Be a Real Thing!

by Richard Rowell, Article Writer for Hire
Today, I was thinking about how likes, comments and shares on social media could be used as a form of currency. As it turns out, this has already been done before. I found this article today, Will Social Media Posts Become the New Currency? It was written in December 2014 in relation to an app called Chitter, which uses “Chits” as a form of currency. These “chits” are special offers, money saving opportunities,...

 

Is Writing At a College Level Bad for Web Writing?

by Richard Rowell, Article Writer for Hire
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This is not what you want your readers to be. Image (c) PublicDomainPictures, Pixabay, Public Domain
There is plenty of advice out there when it comes to Web writing. One of the most common pieces of advice is to keep your writing simple. That means keeping your work's “readability” at a middle school level. Basically, you are “supposed” to write so 5th or 6th graders can easily read and understand it. At the most, you...

 

Has My Writing Become Too Predictable?

by Richard Rowell, Write W.A.V.E. Media Staff
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Image (c) Pixabay, Public Domain
It has always proven to be the case that when my writing becomes too predictable, I simply cannot be at my best. Whenever I have a plan going into writing something, if it's not a simple direction or idea leading me into it, what ends up coming out is a rambling unfocused mess. When I write, the more unpredictable the course of my work takes, the better it ends up being. In a way, I'm a fiction writer writing...

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What Google Trends Tells Us About "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"

by Richard Rowell, Article Writer for Hire
Google Trends often has features that highlight popular topics and related searches about them. Besides all the political stuff that we often want to forget about (you can write about those if you want), trending pop culture stuff is always a lot of fun to watch trending. What's more pop culture than Star Wars? I love Star Wars. You know you love Star Wars. Even if you don't, it's still fun to see what the world is asking about the hottest movie in...

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