For many people with disabilities, freelance content writing and blogging is something we can do at home, to make an income to help pay our bills. Not only does this build self esteem, this is something that is theirs that no one can take away from them.
With this said, I have been writing online for over a year now. I put this whole blog together, in my head, while taking my Zumba class toniight, makingit one of the most enjoyable classes ever. I was proud and enjoyed myself tonight for becoming a better writer with the critiques that I got about my writing, at www.textbroker.com over a year ago, when I was very upset with them. Now, I wouldn't have it any other way. I'm on a good journey here, with my writing a result of these rejections. So I want to share the formal style of freelance writing with you, so hopefully you don't have to go through the same rejections. Saving you the tyranny, it will get you more work with better pay.
First of all, remember that you are champions no matter what. With this said, grammer and spelling must be correct for these sites, who match you with their clients. There are two things high on the list. Textbroker is big on how you use your pronouns. The same is true for most websites who want articles and blogs from writers like us. Two of the most common mistakes we writers make are the use of "your" and "it". They mostly want you to write in the third person. This is the way they break down:
you= Third person pronoun
your= having possession of
you're= you are
it's= it is
More professional content writing sites, such as www.merchantcircle.com, www.demandstudios.com and more, request the google style of writing from their writers. That means that all of the "about" stuff that you pick to write for their clients, must be written in "about" form. All the list stuff that you pick to write for them, must be written in a "How To" formant. To see end results or examples fn this, go to www.ehow.com.
Over here, we are little lax, which is nice. Then it is also good to strive to better your writing skills to get more work. I hope to reach a lot of you with this.
Remember, hold your heads up. You're champions. You can do this.