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We live in a world where likes and shares are now powerful tools to be noticed and potentially, go viral – just ask Britney Spears’ number one fan for all those years ago, or see journalist Chris Ulmann’s recent take on Trump. But how can you get your journalism talents noticed and shared in a sea of online content – for the all right reasons? Check out these tips on creating the most shareable content to assist you to become a freelance writer.
It’s easy to see why becoming a freelance writer holds appeal to those with a passion for words. Turning your natural writing ability into a successful career can be fun and easy with these steps.
Looking to find the facts in this world of fake news? Find out how writing feature articles might be the best way to start your career as an investigative journalist.
Unsure about how to start writing feature articles? We go through the basic steps to help you start on your writing journey, getting in depth on the stories that matter to you.
25-Words-or-Less competitions give everyone a chance to win – a game of skill, not a game of chance. But when pen hits paper or fingers hit keyboard, the brain freezes. Get the right tips to win!
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This program has equipped me with the essential skills and boosted my confidence to create engaging content, publish it online, and even produce captivating documentaries.
During the journalism course and since its completion I have been actively pursuing freelance work in the music industry … I have written over 100 album reviews, I have reviewed an incredible array of live concerts and I have had the chance to interview some of my musical heroes.
About six months after completing the course I started working at Reader’s Digest, where I garnered a lot of experience across a mix of advertising, copywriting and journalism-based assignments. Without having done the course, I wouldn’t have even got a look-in for the position…
Following a trip to Europe, I decided I wanted to turn my hobby of writing into something greater so that I could contribute pieces to magazines and newspapers. Already working a full-time job, I only wanted to pursue freelance journalism on a part-time basis. University didn’t feel like the right path for me or my goals, so I started researching the alternatives.