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Exploitation of Writers: Fact or Fiction

Something that is a fairly hot topic among certain circles in the Internet community of freelance writers is the concept of livable wages, or the amount of money an individual needs to make in order to pay their cost of

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Content Writing Experiment: Week 3 Results

Week 3: 10 hours spent, 525 dollars made, for an average of 52.5 dollars per hour. It should be noted that I only wrote 9 Demand Studios articles over the course of Week 3. I still hold to the fact

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Content Writing Experiment: Week 2

I’m not writing the full 2 hours every day. Some days I go over a bit, and other days I go under. It just depends on how I feel or if I have anything else going on. At the end

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Content Writing Experiment: Week 1 Numbers

Keep in mind that I will be putting all of these numbers into an Excel sheet + providing screenshots of all my PayPal stubs and otherwise at the end of the experiment. These lists for now are simply my daily

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Content Writing Experiment, or how to make a minimum of 50 dollars an hour.

Every time I hear someone say “I don’t have the time” when it comes to discussing the excuses as to why they aren’t working out on a daily basis, I giggle a little bit inside. You don’t have time. Riiight.

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Mid-week post

Just a friendly reminder to everyone that our New Year’s Writing Competition only has a couple more days left until submissions come to a stop, so if you want a shot at winning some cash and a guest blog spot,

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New Year’s Writing Competition

To get the New Year started off with a bang, Complete Writing Solutions is sponsoring our first-ever New Year’s Writing Competition. There will be three prizes offered to contestants. First Prize: $30.00 and a guest-blog spot featuring your post. Second

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To be, or not to be.

Christmas is past, but we are still on semi-hiatus until the 4th of January. Next week we will be revealing one of the many projects we have planned for the first few months of the new year. For now, a

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Global communication

Communication is one of the most powerful tools that humanity has at its disposal. It allows the transfer of information, the sharing of knowledge, and builds bridges that span the gaps between social differences, erasing the lines which separate us

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The niches you didn’t even know you had

The easiest way to be a profitable writer in the content world is to have a niche or two (or three, or four, etc.) in which you are qualified to write. This is a commonly-known fact about writing on the

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    Rates are one of the hottest topics of debate among writers in the United States. Ironically, not so much outside of the U.S. As someone who has spent much of the past 13+ years traveling, and four and a half…Read more ›
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    It’s been pretty quiet on the blog front for Complete Writing Solutions in 2012, and there’s a reason for that Those of you who have been following along for some time already know it’s because things are in full swing…Read more ›