Breaking the iWriter Juggernaut Part III

On our third and final post in the series of how to succeed on iWriter, we will do a slight recap and then learn how to submit your work on iWriter, while improving your chances of getting a five star rating on the project. Remember in our first post on the series we stated that working on iWriter is more of a strategy than luck. You have to be careful about everything you do. You might have unlimited access to opening accounts but it will be hard for you to…

Breaking the Iwriter Juggernaut Part II

This post has been long overdue. So, you might want to retrace your steps with part one here To save you the trouble of having to read part one again, let’s start with a short recap. In the first part of this three part series, we covered extensively how you should pick an article on iWriter, what you should look out for and above all, the kinds of clients that you should consider. You might be a great writer. But if you consistently pick bad clients to write for, you…

Breaking the iWriter Juggernaut (Part 1)

iWriter is by far the best platform you can get as a writer whether experienced or as a newbie. There are plenty of benefits the site has to offer especially to the budding writer who is looking to build their skill and make some money off it. Personally, I came across iWriter accidentally and had to do most of the stuff by troubleshooting and trial and error. I do not want you to do the same thing so start by reading this iWriter review to get a hint of what…

God in Freelancing

Many people, especially now, are going back and forth, on and on about how they want to become freelancers, become writers and transcribers, sitting behind a desk in their pajamas, drinking coffee, watching  TV and never having to experience the pain of enduring traffic ever again. The thought of all this is all so enticing. Heck this is how I actually got into writing. Freelancing has an intoxicating allure to it. There is just something about it that reels in hordes of people all over the world to it. Probably…

Getting Your Revisions Done Right Every Time

Most writers and freelancers at that will agree that we have the best job on earth. You get to learn loads of new stuff and even get paid for it. But there are aspects of this field that we would rather do without. They are a necessary evil we have to live with, but we wish we didn’t have to. For writers and even for transcribers this happens to be reviewing your own work or  that of another freelancer. In this case, we will zero in on the writers. Sure,…