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9 Easy Ways To Turn A Boring Topic Into A Killer Article

Staring at a blank page is a feeling that every writer knows well. It’s even harder when you’ve got a ‘boring’ or ‘dull’ topic ahead of you.

But here’s the secret: There is no such thing as a boring topic.

If you can find the right angle, the right audience, and the right tone, then you can make consistently great content. In any industry.

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How I Went from $15 to $450 per Article in Under 90 Days

By Dan Stelter

So let me start out this story to make it clear the point is not to brag.  Instead, I’m sharing it because I know what it’s like to work for ridiculously low article rates and wondering how in the heck to get out of it!

It’s not a pleasant place to be – the constant complaining, haggling, and the low self-esteem that comes from paying yourself less than you feel you deserve.

Let this story inspire you do take a risk to get to a better place in your freelance writing career.

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5 Insanely Effective Ways to Get High-Paying Clients

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One of the challenges you’ll face as a freelance writer is getting clients.

If you’ve been a freelance writer for more than a few weeks, at a point, you’ll have to deal with the challenge of getting clients, or the feast or famine cycle. This article shares 5 insanely effective ways to get high-paying clients.

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Master Spelling Skills and Improve Your Vocabulary in 5 Easy Steps

By Chassie Lee

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It all boils down to strategic learning. You can spend hours on end with word lists and spelling activities only to realize they don’t promote your learning. Don’t sweat it. Here are five easy ways you can improve your spelling and vocabulary the smart way.

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How to Write The Best Ending For Your Story

Spoiler alert: No matter how great your story is, if the ending falls flat or doesn’t ring true, it ruins the entire story for the reader.

You would think that endings should be easy to write—just wrap up all the story’s loose ends, tie the whole package with a neat little bow, and be done with it, right? Nope! If the story ends too perfectly, readers may discount your ending as contrived. But if it’s too messy and not carefully resolved, readers may be dissatisfied. To write an ending that’s compelling and satisfying, think about trying out the following techniques: