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Jordan Rodriguez
Freelance Writer with 6+ years in content creation and management, and some social media
Freelance Writer with 6+ years in content creation and management, and some social media
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Independent Authors Beware! Also, invest in some e-artillery, just in case.
Here is a heads up. I hope this never happens to any of us, but ut is good to be aware and cautious.
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All very true.
Looking for some really powerful motivation to start freelancing? Here is  an inclusive list of 100 ideas for you.
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Why I went into my own business.
The problems of third-party freelance sites (e.g., elance, fiverr, etc.) that pay way less than traditional freelance writing methods (writing for magazines or web sites after signing contract with editor, etc.). Do you all agree? Have you had more success with these sites? If you have, I'd like to interview you for a lecture to add to the course. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPKY3uvhV30
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More like 5 reasons why to get a better job.
Did you feel this way before going freelance?
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You find many of these on freelancing platforms. They're everywhere, but I have my personal favorite type to hate.
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As spring comes to planet Earth's northern hemisphere, familiar winter constellation Orion sets in early evening skies and budding trees frame the Hunter's stars. The yellowish hue of cool red supergiant Alpha Orionis, the great star Betelgeuse, mingles with the branches at the top of this colorful skyscape. Orion's alpha star is joined on the far right by Alpha Tauri. Also known as Aldebaran and also a giant star cooler than the Sun, it shines with a yellow light at the head of Taurus, the Bull. Contrasting blue supergiant Rigel, Beta Orionis, is Orion's other dominant star though, and marks the Hunter's foot below center. Of course, the sword of Orion hangs from the Hunter's three blue belt stars near picture center, but the middle star in the sword is not a star at all. A slightly fuzzy pinkish glow hints at its true nature, a nearby stellar nursery visible to the unaided eye known as the Orion Nebula.
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I just rated The Amazing Spider-Man 2 3D a "Go" on Fandango. What did you think of it?
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