I'm a native Spanish speaker with good English skills. Writing in both languages and Translating texts from English into Spanish are my top skills. I am a Biologist, so I have a strong background in science and scientific vocabulary but I can easily cover a wide range of topics such as animals, technology, health, food, and beauty. I have excellent grammar and redaction in both English and Spanish. I have taught Biology, Chemistry, Math and English (at high school level), I have written articles about technology devices and translated several texts. I am responsible and flexible with respect to working hours.
Currently I’m working full time at a daycare and I’m trying to transition into writing freelance. It would be so amazing for so many reasons. Two reasons being writing is my passion and starting college I’m going to need a more flexible work schedule. My first question is do you think I’ll be able to, starting out at least, work nights? I can’t answer emails or calls at work because I work with children and I work long hours. Will companies want to work with me if I’m only available at night?
Hi Elna, thank you so much for sharing!!! I have recently become interested with the idea of freelance-writing. Most of the things I have written, are in story form, and have never been read by anyone out side of my close group of friends. However, I have always been told that I have a gift, and I do enjoy writing. So, I thought, maybe, I’d try getting free-lance writing a shot. Thank you so much for these great tips!
Hi there, I´m looking for new projects in article writing, motivational and creative writing. As a content writer I can offer you: - Unique content for your website - Ongoing blog articles - Creative writing (short stories, children's stories, poetry, etc.) The topics I focus on are: - motivational writing (life coaching) - sports articles (especially outdoor sports) - inspiring travel writing - creative storytelling - blog posts - lifestyle articles (interior design, fashion, decor) I write in English (native-speaker level) and German (native-speaker) . I can provide English-German and German-English translation. More about me: My name is Inga, I am a professional blogger, creative and content writer from Germany. I have been living in Bali for the past four years. I graduated in English and History from the University of Freiburg, Germany. During my studies, I completed a one-year scholarship at the University of Melbourne, Australia, where I majored in Creative Writing. I am passionate about literature and writing, for example blog posts, creative and travel writing, as well as life coaching. I especially enjoy writing about surfing and other outdoor sports, as well as interior design and lifestyle. While I was travelling around Australia and New Zealand for two years, I published my first travel articles. Later on, I became involved in a university blog project about meritocracy and the expatriate lifestyle. I have been passionately building my own travel blog, germanmermaiddiary.com, since 2016. Furthermore, I have 9 years of experience as a nanny, Pre-School, Primary and Junior High School teacher (subjects: English, History; Sports/Surfing lessons). I would love to hear from you to work out how we can build success together! I am 100% reliable and available 7 days a week.
Rewriting your article by hand is the classic approach that is slowly dissolving, however, many people still prefer so. Write manually and then rephrasing to ensure the finest quality is the safest way but it can often hours, days or weeks to finish a writing task that can otherwise take only a little time. And that’s why there also exist people who like to save the trouble and their time, so they look for an article rewriter or article spinner to do the job.
Great list on content writing. I don’t know how many times I have seen websites with content that has clearly not been proofread. Silly mistakes that either make it look like it was written by someone with English as their second or third language, or they have just published their rough draft of ideas. A bit of care goes a long way to keep readers on the page ensuring they actually make it to the final call to action.
Thank you for this informative blog. This indeed enlightened a writer like me to be extra cautious as to what sites to visit. I have been writing as freelancer for barely a year now. Lately, I have been hired by a private client through a website not included in the ones you have mentioned. In just 5 days, I have written 22 articles/blogs for her but unfortunately, I was not paid. Worst, she became inactive on skype and on the site where we both are members. What disheartened me more was that I have found some of my blogs already posted online on different sites. Coming across this blog, I now have several options as to what sites to visit and what to do as well. Thanks again. By the way, I am a stay-at-home mom too. Software offer also video creation. You can used your article as a script for video and create high quality video. By adding selected voice and own images you will get more people engaged to your website.