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Grammarly Review: A Freelancer’s Dream Come True

Ahh, the rules of grammar. I before E, except after C (or when sounding like “ay” as in neighbor or weigh) A semicolon joins two independent clauses; a colon introduces a series of elements: magnesium, phosphorous, calcium. Commas separate clauses joined by coordinating conjunctions, but you already knew that. We had these rules of the road, so to speak, drilled …

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Fiverr Review: My Experience as a Seller

I joined Fiverr* as a freelancer in April of 2020.  As someone who was 100% new to the freelance scene with a handful of marketable skills, I found Fiverr to be a great place to gain experience and determine if my offerings can sell. As with all platforms that connect freelancers and clients, there are positives and negatives to selling …

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Onlinebookclub.org Review: My Honest Opinion as a Reviewer

As an avid reader, I was captivated when a friend mentioned that some sites pay people to read books. That’s how I found onlinebookclub.org. This book club is a service that’s free to sign up and will legitimately pay you for book reviews that are approved by their Editors. All in all, the guidelines are sometimes a bit much, and …

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Survey Junkie Review: Legit Pay for Your Opinions

These days everyone is looking to earn a quick buck without much effort. That’s exactly how I stumbled across Survey Junkie. I was looking for easy ways to make money online in my spare time that would require little to no brainpower. (And I was searching for something to supplement my other Adventures in the Gig Economy.) Survey Junkie has …

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