25 10, 2017

How a Freelance Writer Should Set Up Their Office

Would you be surprised to learn that in 2005 there were only 10.3 million freelancers in the U.S.? Today, however, a third of America’s workforce belongs to the freelancing group. As it is such a large part of today’s economy, it is essential that freelancers are as productive as possible.

Working from home has the benefits of not wasting time on a commute, but you can’t […]

29 05, 2017

3 Handy Tools for Better Writing

Here at PayPerContent, our aim has always been establishing a give and take relationship. We don’t only accept article submissions, we want our writers to improve and become a better version of themselves. This is not only for our sake, but for yours as well.

The Editorial Team has come up with handy tools to help with your writing. The good news? They’re all free and […]

23 03, 2017

When to Use Which Preposition: Grammar Rules to Live by

Every part of a sentence is important. If a word doesn’t add value, you can remove it. That’s a valuable lesson that PayPerContent writers learn and apply to their writing styles. However, here are some parts of the sentence that simply cannot be removed. Even if they look simple.

Imagine a life without prepositions. Those short words–in, on, at, of–may not seem like much, but they […]

20 01, 2017

Books on Writing and Living: What Every Aspiring Writer Should Be Reading

As a writer, you may be assigned to write about something you’re not familiar with. You may encounter some terms you find hard to use, and some situations you haven’t experienced. But the thing about being a writer is that you use your words to describe everything: appearances, expressions, emotions, and surroundings. And if you don’t know what you’re writing about, your readers will know.
It’s […]

30 11, 2016

Search Your Feelings, You Know Them to Be Effective in Writing

For some people, the secret to good writing lies in the grammar. If you know proper apostrophe placement makes a big difference, you’re in good hands. Others think it’s the topic. Writing about a common topic from a unique angle makes you a better writer, apparently.

But if you’re the type who wishes to truly engage audiences, you need not dig deep. Or maybe you should. […]

7 11, 2016

The Next Top Web Writer: Do You Have What It Takes?

What makes a great content writer?

It’s a question everyone needs an answer to, especially those already in the field. The question covers either one of two scopes: how to become one, or how to get one in the business.

Great web content guarantees great results—and that is the primary goal. Not all content writers, however, have similar writing skills. Some will be better than others. So, […]

31 10, 2016

More than Just a Super Mommy; a Superb Writer Too

Being a stay-at-home mom is one of the greatest privileges. It’s a joy to see the kids grow and to serve their needs. Whether it’s an emergency diaper change, cleaning their rooms, or Barbie playtime, you’re instantly by their side.

When the kids are at school, however, you wonder if there’s something else you can do—something productive that earns at the same time. But apart from […]

27 10, 2016

Quitting Your Job to Travel: What You Should Know

If you’re a 20-something or 30-something Millennial, it’s not strange if you feel a bit burned out. Several young people tend feel discontent with 9-to-5 corporate desk jobs. Some say it’s due to their youth, as well as the insatiable appetite for dynamics usually associated with the age brackets. As a result, many Millennials opt to quit their jobs for more ‘active’ ventures. One of […]

7 10, 2016

Bullet Points in Web Content: Friends or Foes?

Content is a vital element in many digital marketing strategies. It should be concise and clear to deliver the message that a brand wants to share to their consumers. But as the attention span of Internet users gets shorter as time goes by, there’s now a challenge to create web content that is quick to scan and easy to digest at the same time. No […]

3 10, 2016

Thanks to Content Demand, Writing Became a Sustainable Job

Writing for a publication is a noble profession. You get to inform and influence people—for the better, hopefully—and you don’t really get in anyone’s way. But, journalism isn’t really profitable for a writer. Sure, you can slog your way to the top, but in the publication industry, those in the executive positions tend to stay in there long. No one’s a shoo-in as the next […]