A Copywriter for Your Copyright
Just about everyone knows what a “copyright” is: an exclusive government protection for the works of an author, musician, and so on. If you write anything in print, audio, video, etc., you can apply for copyright protection against people copying your work and passing it off as their own. When you have that protection, your…
i.e. or e.g.?
Here they are again: those “dead language” (Latin, of course) abbreviations! The English language uses many words and abbreviations that are rooted in Latin; and “i.e.” and “e.g.” are two of most common. But when should each abbreviation be used? How can you remember? i.e. The full Latin words are “id est” and mean “that…
Virtual Independent Contractors Benefit Clients
West Coast Way Consulting, Inc. provides its clients with access to the services of an entire team of highly qualified and experience virtual workers. I recently wrote a guest blog post for West Coast Way: “The Benefits of Working with a Virtual Independent Contractor”. You can read the entire post here: http://bit.ly/cHLpDO
Editing or Proofreading?
Writing your document is just the first step. Whether you are writing a letter, a report, web content, marketing materials or a dissertation, your writing must be edited. It must also be proofread. What is the difference? Many people think that editing and proofreading are the same thing, but actually they are two different processes….
Commented on “Blog for Profit”
Excellent points! One of the most important ways to market your blog is to…blog! Great content will bring the readers faster than just about anything else. Originally posted as a comment by waterprise2 on Blog for Profit using DISQUS.
Working in the Cloud
This is a recent guest blog I submitted about how I work my business “in the cloud”. It was fun to write and the site owner really enjoyed it. He has a great site. From Jeremy: This post really does a great job of showing what you can do using technology. Pamela runs her business…
Loose or Lose
School House Rock One of the most frequent spelling errors I see is using “loose” for “lose”. “loose” is an adjective (adj) and it means the opposite of “tight”; “loose” can also describe the result of letting go of something. “My shirt is loose on me.” “The book fell when he let it loose.” “lose”…
Everyone here at Writing It Right For You is an independent contractor. Our job is to work with you for the greatest success for your project; but we don’t work for you. IRS guidelines are very specific; we are independent contractors who work for ourselves under contract to our clients. There are many benefits to…
New WIRFY Website in Development
We are in the process of re-vamping and re-developing the Writing It Right For You website. Please bear with us during this process. Click on the “About Writing It Right For You” page to learn all of the services we can provide to assist you. Please fill out the contact form and we will be…