Hello people! Wanted to share with you all, this cool space that I came across on relationship discussions. Titled Bonobology, it has engaging (judgement free) stories and discussions on love (all kinds of love) and how it affects us. I was pleasantly surprised to find so many relationship issues covered under one umbrella. Apart from marriage-divorce, break up or sexual problems, they have stories on open and live-in relationships, LGBT, infidelity, polyamory, abuse and much more... It seems like the perfect community for people to come together to share, discuss and resolve various issues. I also felt, the sound advice given by the team of experts (sexologists/lawyers/counsellors...) to questions sent in, might be helpful to readers dealing with problems of their own.
Written by: Romilaa
Guest blogging explains to, writing articles or blog posts for other websites/blogs. There are numerous websites that necessitate original posts on topics which are pertinent to them. The guest blogger may or may not have a website that has some relevance to the blogging site, allowing for a mutual benefit. Blogging site permits for back links in the author’s bio to make certain that the writer is a genuine one and at the same time the links make certain that the guest blogger can take advantage of the traffic that the site draws.
Written by: Sophia Anderson
Imagine yourself in this situation: your mind goes blank and you have no idea how to start writing a post. Where do you find inspiration? Maybe you do have an idea, but you’re looking for ways to improve your writing skills. Pinterest might be your first idea. It’s flooded of nice images with inspirational quotes. There’s a problem: those quotes rarely have anything to do with your situation. They don’t offer practical tips and solutions because they are taken out of context.
Written by: Tarang Sinha
If you are an aspiring writer, no dream can be more beautiful that writing your first book. There is a strange thing - everyone, except the writer, thinks that writing is easy. It’s not. The journey ‘from your beautiful dream to the reality’ is long and tough. Naturally, you are most likely to make mistakes (and learn). Need some guidance?
Building fruitful relationships with your clients is not very difficult – it only requires a little investment in terms of time and effort. Here are a few easy-to-follow tips that can help you maintain keep your name on the radar when a client is on the look-out for a writer.
Building strong and long-lasting relationships with your clients is an important part of running a successful business and more so, if you happen to be a freelancer. Your equation with your clients will ultimately determine your career prospects and work opportunities. Besides, it never hurts to have a few connections scattered over the field – you never know which one might come in handy someday!
Written by: Naman Doshi
I’ve being a blogger and a freelance writer for a while now. There were lot of times when I utterly failed to convey my thoughts in the form of words. I had a scant vocabulary.
Until the day I decided to focus of my vocabulary. I did a lot of research and based on my experience, let me list out few things that might help you improve your vocabulary.
Written by: Tom Jager
It is a universal fact that the level of experience is not always a guarantee of an engaging and interesting text that makes the readers feel something. Writing is a difficult profession and requires all possible aids to produce the desired outcome because stringing words together in a needed fashion has to meet a number of standards. For example, the text should make sense, sound good, and provoke a reaction from the audience.
There are a number of tools on the Internet that can help you to meet these requirements. Some of the best ones are presented below, so check them out and feel free to try what works for you.