As a university educated interior designer and with over 10 years very successful experience in high level international recruitment marketing and HR project management as well as over two years intensive online and social media experience I am now offering my work and expertise here on UPWORK. My upbringing as well as my education has been bilingual German/English, I consider myself a native German speaker and absolutely fluent in English. I was working with Fortune 500 companies consulting businesses in the retail, automotive and engineering sectors during my cooperate years as well as small business and start-up entrepreneurs. Quitting my successful cooperate world career two years ago and pursing freelancing full time has given me the freedom to combine my expertise in HR, Recruitment Marketing and Project Management with my strong passion for Social Media Marketing (and a design background is also always helpful in the “pretty” SM marketing world). I am proficient in Microsoft Office and familiar with Gmail, Google Drive, Google Docs and Social Media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest etc. In regards to frequently used systems in the social media world I have very good knowledge of squarespace, wix, leadpages, canva.com, picmonkey, mailchimp, filmora/wondershare, microsoft movie maker, webinarjam, zoom, digistore24 as well as scheduling softwares like hootsuite and buffer and course platforms like teachable or udemy. I have created copy for online ads, promotional e-mails, job ads, info brochures, CVs etc. I am experienced in writing appropriate content for blogs, fb ad, job ad, tweets, doing extensive online research as well as in designing attractive visual marketing posts, ebooks or presentations representing your brand as well supporting members in Facebook Groups. Trying to always learn more and to be up-to-date with the latest ideas and trends in the social media world I am strongly following the work of experts like Amy Porterfield, Rick Mulready, Michael A. Stelzner, Jon Morrow, Derek Halpern, Kimra Luna and many more. Services & support I offer include but are not limited to classic Social Media support and VA tasks to translations English/German, copy writing for social media or blog posts, project management, planning and set up recruitment strategies for small business, interview preps, candidate pre-screenings & support during interviews, full recruitment management as well as CV and job ad copy for the German speaking job market. I am pretty flexible with respect to working hours. Deadlines are sacred for me and I will work closely with you always trying to fulfill my client’s expectations. Many people would say that Germans are usually known for being reliable, professional, perfectionists and delivering work on time…and this German here is exactly one of these Germans. :) I do have to say that I also expect the same professional behavior and partnership from my clients. You have questions or queries? You have a business and plan to take it online to the social media world but do not know where to start? You want to get started on THAT project, that you had on your mind for so long but no time to do it all yourself? You are looking for a reliable partner to take care of your small business social media needs but do not want to hire a full time staff member yet? Then contact me NOW and let us get started!
Ugh! Sheverley I was also rejected by Upwork…twice! And I have felt so disheartened over the last few days trawling through the dreadful propositions on Freelancer and Guru…truly nothing more than slave labour, and when I look at the profiles of the so-called Writers my jaw drops as they don’t seem to have even a rudimentary grasp of the English language. It seems quite obvious to me that most of those profiles are fake. Not that the “job” propositions are worded any better! In fact many of the jobs are clearly students getting someone else to write their research papers for them. Surely this is NOT okay?! This article is awesome – and I’ve read plenty! Thank you Elna. I will keep the dream alive and pursue ALL of the above.
There is also the option to spin capitalized words (assumed to be proper nouns) as well as leave any number of words unchanged, depending on whatever you enter into the "ignore" field, separated by commas. You also have the option to only keep the sentences that were altered a minimum percentage, as indicated by the "Keep Sentences that Changed" option.
Digital content, digital media, digital earnings; these three are today’s most important topics of the web arena. Today, content is the king as well as the queen , there should be no compromise, therefore, on unique content. We have become so used to using online tools that sometimes we find ourselves at a complete loss of words. We know what we want to say, but we somehow cannot figure out the words to say it. This is even more problematic when we have a document which we want to re-write in such a way that it becomes unique.
Plagiarism is copying someone else's work (in this case, a quotation, sentence, article, review, essay, essay, etc.) and assigning it to yourself, thus concealing the real author. We divide plagiarisms into explicit, hidden, total, partial and autoplagic. Open plagiarism is one of the most common types and consists in taking over the entire work or a specific fragment and signing it with your own name. The other one is hidden plagiarism, that is, assigning a certain part of the work, not to mention its actual creator. The third type is total plagiarism, and as the name suggests, it is based on the total stealing of a given job. The fourth is partial plagiarism - in this case we are talking about assigning some elements from a given work and signing them as our own creation. The last one is autoplagiat, and it is based on copying one's own work, which has already been published earlier. Universities and schools have anti-plagiarism systems that check the originality of the work. These programs have the option of blocking or invalidating a given work, it may also lead to the person being held criminally liable. So how do you avoid this unpleasant situation? One of the methods is the synonymization and paraphrase of the text, that is, the modification of the original text while maintaining its meaning. It is most often about transferring information in your own words. But what do you do when you run out of words? Our mixer of synonyms will help in generating unique content using synonymisation, that is, converting words to others, but with the same meaning. The program is fully free and very easy to use. Paraphrase Online save time and enrich the language, they come to help whenever we struggle with how to convert a piece of text. Our program includes the best, most extensive language dictionary, and thus the synonym of almost every popular word. Thanks to the mixture of synonyms and using your own invention, you can create a new, unique text that the anti-plagiarism considers as your own.
Thanks so much for this amazing list. I am new to the “leap off the bridge” mindset that is doing freelance writing for a living. I have made my living in the past in management and small business ownership (aftermarket automotive parts store, a NAPA to be precise). I have a BA in Sociology and I have also worked in non-profit management and social work but my dream has always been to write. So after selling the business I decided to follow my dream of being a writer. I have done some blogging and have a novel I’m working on along with a few academic papers that were published while in college. I also have written curriculum for young adults that was published by a Christian publisher some years ago. However, even with some marginal knowledge about writing for a living, I found the amount of information out there to be overwhelming and much of it is people simply promoting scams or trying to sell you on their program. Your post is a breath of fresh air compared to much of the other “content” out there about freelancing. Thank you for taking the time to share
[INTRODUCTION VIDEO BELOW] M.Sc Renewable Energy (HTW Berlin, Germany) - Thesis Student Final Year Tri-lingual native Malaysian with a German Engineering background combined with vast experience in renewable energy systems in particular solar energy and energy design concepts. Niche: Translations of English-Malay contents for various topics and formats including manuals, guide books, websites, mobile apps and blogs
As a blogger myself, I find it also quite hard to update regularly and momentum might be the most important rule if you want to be successful with your blog (not just on monetary terms but also if you want to be proud of your work). It goes without saying, the content must be a priority and it must be relevant to your interests, whereas writing about stuff that doesn’t hold any relevance might result in dry, dull writing and it ends up damaging the whole work. So if you see that you can’t hold up to a really tight schedule, maybe it would be advisable to downscale a little bit in order to regain momentum.
Hello, Everyone! I'm looking for someone who will NOT: - Duplicate another website's copy - Write in their own voice to promote themselves - Skip over fact checking - Miss deadlines - Ignore directions I am looking for someone who will - Write original content with provided keywords - Have experience writing about the topics we'll be covering - Be able to take direction and implem...
Start with a quality article. This means a unique topic or viewpoint on a very specific topic. The information must be valuable to a human reader. At this point in time, it is not possible for any software program to produce content that is engaging. If you start out with a low-quality article, the chances are high that the alternate versions are going to be even worse.
I’m just now starting to explore the possibility of working as a writer and came across this article. I’ve always enjoyed writing and I think I’m fairly good at it, but I don’t have any specific training or education besides what I learned in my college English classes, and English wasn’t my major so I only took what was needed for GE requirements. In your experience, does one need any specialized training or education to be taken seriously in the writing world?
They combine wit, writing skills, and human empathy to figure out what will compel someone to take an action, such as purchasing a product, signing up for a service, or even filling out an inquiry form on a website. A really good copywriter will also understand sales funnels and ask plenty of good questions about their target audience before they start writing.

Name recognition is important. Social media puts everything you need within your grasp. Build your audience, meet publishers and talk to industry experts. When your writing is published, the fun has only just begun. The more active you are on social media, the more likely your followers will be to recommend your content. Successful content writers are active, public and friendly. #article writing tool
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