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techcapon

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  1. If you use Google Chrome, you can just install the plugin on your Chrome browser
  2. This feels like the first time in months that I have found myself reading a forum post, before thinking, “wow, what really useful information!” Well done! I already use all of these. However, I did only discover Buzzsumo quite recently. If you are a blogger, it can also be a good idea to find news aggregators in your niche for up-to-the-minute news and trending opinions. Thanks a lot. I appreciate. I also discovered Buzz sumo recently
  3. Ever since I discovered those apps, writing has been very smooth for me
  4. These are the list of software I already have installed on my laptop that enables me to deliver my jobs effectively and keeps my clients loyal and happy. In this post, I wish to share them with other freelance writers so they can equally benefit from it. Some of them are free while the paid versions come with more advanced features. Without further ado, lets jump right in. GRAMMARLY: This software is the number one software every blogger and writer MUST HAVE. It is non-negotiable. This helps eliminate grammatical, spelling as well as punctuation errors. Others include ProWritingAid and Hemmingway. BUZZ SUMO: This very popular app helps to find trending topics to write about in order to drive traffic to your blog or website. UBERSUGGEST and Google Keywords: These helps you find the right keywords for your posts in order to rank high in search engines like Bing and Google. PLAGIARISM CHECKER: If there’s anything clients hate more than anything is plagiarism in their articles. Clients have become really smart these days and know how to check if the articles you delivered are copied from another post. This app helps eliminate such. Other tips for writers include but not limited to extensive research, proofreading and prompt delivery. Have a nice day!
  5. Hello everyone, I’m back with a new tip to help everyone succeed as a freelancer. I have observed that most freelancers learn one skill and stick to it which is not really too good in today’s world where competition is so high, you can easily get lost in the ocean of experts which exist in your own field. Gone are the days when airplane pilots are rare gems and seen as special people. These days pilots are a dime a dozen, it’s becoming difficult for new pilots to secure jobs. Same thing with other profession. Unless you’re an “Elon Musk”, it’s really hard to stand out as an industry leader. You get my point? Now what I’m saying is that it’s important to learn new skills and expand your horizon and scope of influence. For instance, you’re an article writer and you are doing great as a writer. Fantastic, but nothing stops you from learning graphic design or photoshop editing. You can easily learn these new skills and get more jobs with this new skills as well. I spoke a freelancer and she told me that some clients prefer a freelancer who does only one thing at a time than those who offer different services at the same time. I laughed and asked her, how does learning a new skill take away your knowledge of the old one? Then she understood what I meant. You don’t have to be redundant just because you want to impress few people. Big clients and companies want you to keep improving on your skills while getting better at them instead of remaining redundant. Fiverr for instance doesn’t support creating multiple accounts so you have to create all your gigs using one profile. Will you create 10 gigs on article writing alone? Sounds funny to me but it will make more sense if you added few other skills you’ve already acquired over time. These skills are essential not only for your freelance jobs but in the real world so learn a new skill today!
  6. Nice to meet you. Welcome to the world of fiverr
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