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Recipe for Disaster: Working Without An Escrow Fund.

Most freelancing platforms deduct a hefty 20% service fees from your project earnings. Cruel, isn’t it? The percentage, however, reduces as you keep earning more from a particular contract and client. Plus, it’s an excruciatingly hard and long process to build a free profile on such platforms. With credible feedbacks, reviews, and ratings. Public Forums Offering Freelancing Jobs – Without Service

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What Drives You Out Of Bed Every Morning? Alarm or Passion for Work?

Imagine 3 AM on a cold winter night, while you sleep tucked into a warm and cozy bed. Pure bliss, isn’t it? But, then you gradually start feeling a strong pressure to relieve yourself. You need to pee. As the pressure mounts, you toss and turn, wishing that your bladders never existed. That’s life. Mostly unpredictable and brutal. Unless you

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Picking​ the Right Writer: Impact Vs. Vocabulary

As commercial writers, our target audiences mostly comprise of business users or customers. A typical sales funnel dwells on organic leads searching for certain services or products – Ranging from casino reviews and Bitcoin blogs to Chiropractic clinics and natural nutrition tips.  Hence, our writing predominantly should be appealing enough to grab the right attention and mobilize customer onboarding. The

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Should You Dump Old Clients & Look at Better Prospects?

Most of us are opportunists – In a constant endeavor to push ourselves up against the epitome of success and recognition. And understandably, we are always looking for quick prospects and greater opportunities. In the process, we tend to start ignoring people who believed in us when we hardly had any credibility. Years back, when we just got started. As

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