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Looking for guest bloggers

I’m currently looking for guest bloggers for the months of June, July and August while I’m in Bogota, and I’m wanting to expand my network and start bringing on regular guest bloggers and help create additional opportunities for fellow scribes, as

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Tuesday, May 10th Update

While I normally post every 2-3 days to keep a regular round of freelance writing tips going through the blog for my readers, I’ve been busy the last week or so producing a five part series of YouTube videos centered

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YouTube Video Challenge

Long story short, yesterday I got into a discussion over at the Demand Studios forums where an individual in question offered to pay for my flight to the Santa Monica (or other, closer headquarters, depending on their personal preference) headquarters

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The Myth of Artistic Integrity

It used to be there were only a few clear-cut paths when it came to writing: journalism,  novel writing, poetry and writing plays. Then came the days of the silent film, and screenplay writing began its first little baby steps.

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Breaking 100k a year writing for content mills: fact or fiction?

Couple of years back I remember stumbling across this gem over at the Freelance Writing Jobs website. The crux of the story is quite simple, really. Two writers from opposite ends of the spectrum made a bet: a traditional journalist

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The Myth of Feast or Famine

First of all, I want to thank all of you who have taken the first step towards furthering your career through the purchase of our Content Writing 101 eBook, showcasing explicit details on how to break $50 per hour while

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One man’s trash is another man’s treasure

I’ve got some exciting news! Today, April 4th, 2011 is the official launch of the Content Writing 101: How to make a minimum of $50 per hour writing for content mills eBook! As a token of my appreciation, subscribers to the

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Content Writing 101 Preview

  As most of you know, I’ve been hard at work behind the scenes getting the Content Writing 101 eBook ready for launch. And while I know today is April Fool’s day in the U.S., I can assure you that

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Content Writing 101: Mythical Wages Debunked

While most of my time here at Complete Writing Solutions above and beyond the work I do for clients is spent working on freelance content writing tips and hints as well as coverage of hot topics related to content writing

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The Myth of Job Security

The evolution of the industry, especially as it relates to the advent of global Internet, has led to an expanding pool of prospective employees that companies can choose from. This doesn’t relate to only freelancers, but to people in any

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