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Common ways news organizations use social networks

Technology is undoubtedly an integral part of society today. Technological advancements have allowed individuals from diverse backgrounds and different parts of the world to connect with one another through the Internet. One of the most important developments of the recent past has been the increasing popularity of social networking websites. …

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Writing a Query Letter about a novel

Writing a query letter about their novel will very often prove a very difficult task for a writer, particularly when they are inexperienced and may never even have done so before. They will wonder who to send the letter to, what to include in it and what length of timescale …

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The right Niche for your Writing

Words are living things; they progress as we progress.Your writing will change as you change, and its not always easy finding that particular niche as the title suggest that you do. It may be your writing is important to you in ways that only you know about. You may be …

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Motivation Tips for Freelance Writers

A freelance writer is an independent contractor which means the freedom to dictate the pace of the work involved is completely open. This can be a great and liberating feeling, but it can also be a drawback on the days that motivation levels are extremely low. There is no doubt …

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How to Write Blog Posts Quickly

There is a lot more to blogging than writing blog posts, which is why it is imperative not to get wrapped up in only one aspect. Bloggers who spend ages crafting the perfect posts might find that although the post could win a Pulitzer (if such esteemed awards were given …

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Key Elements of a Popular Blog

Blogs don’t become popular by themselves. The most popular blogs require a great deal of hard work to stay up there at the top of the ratings. The key elements for a successful blog are: a blog that fills a niche that no one has thought of before. Blogs that …

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How to Break into the Childrens Market with Nonfiction

So you want to write for children. Perhaps you’ve read your little ones to sleep each night with their favorite picture books. Or you’re an elementary teacher and you love reading great children’s literature to your students. Or you just love reading children’s books yourself. That’s great. A love of …

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Why cite references in written work?

Students from elementary to university level will, many times over the course of their scholastic years, present formal written work. There is an old saying, “There is nothing new under the sun,” and this comes from one of the oldest and most referenced written works of all, the Bible. Because …

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