Grammarly is an extension for browsers and an application for smart devices. The app helps writers and editors to type, catch, and fix mistakes easily. It is an advanced writing assistant that checks for plagiarism and improves content readability. The free extension version of Grammarly was first released in 2009. The application uses artificial intelligence
Perfecting Blogging by Sophia Lee is an online course designed for new bloggers or people who want to improve their cash flow through blogging. Sophia Lee, who runs a blog that makes 5 figures a month (!), designed this course for beginners to guide them through the tactics and strategies used to make blogging profitable.
“If you need anything from your clients before January, now is the time,” an executive at the marketing agency I used to work at informed us in early November. These successful people who pay us money are now arranging their travel, planning family gatherings, buying presents, researching recipes, taking extra naps, spending time with their
Pitching is a simple exercise — asking an editor if they’d like to commission your work — but it can be incredibly nerve-racking. I learn well from templates, so I’ll include a rough outline in this post, but first, a couple guidelines. Editors are real people, who receive more emails for their job than you
This week, I switched how I track my writing submissions from Duotrope to Airtable and I love it so far. Duotrope is a paid website sharing statistics on literary magazine and publisher submissions. It helps you track where you have submitted. I’ve had a Duotrope subscription for about six months and found it valuable for