When I first began to look for writing jobs, it seemed like every potential employer wanted pitches for evergreen articles as part of the application package. I grew discouraged, because I didn’t know how to write evergreen content. Really, I wasn’t even sure where to begin. Continue reading
Photography is huge on the Internet. Websites are in constant need of images with higher resolutions, and the tastes of the audience — which determine which images get clicks and which don’t — change frequently. When you start blogging, finding free images for your blog can be one of the most intimidating tasks you face. This guide will make it all a lot less painful.
Plenty of people want to find writing jobs. Some want to be Actual Writers who make a living off of their poetry, fiction, essays, journalism, etc. Others simply have a niche: a profession, talent, or hobby they can talk about for money. Both categories have their pros and cons, and both can find writing jobs.
Despite the pervasive rumor that our dependence on the Internet is killing the English language, in today’s economy, everyone needs to be able to write well. If you’re a job-seeker, you absolutely must develop your writing skills if you expect to succeed. Employers and savvy potential employees realize that email, text messages, social media posts, and professional apps – such as Slack, Google Docs, and Trello – all use written language in order to communicate, and having more competent writers on a team means having fewer mix-ups down the line.