10 Best Blogs for Creative Writing Ideas

By: erin.hempfling | Published: May 30, 2014

People think creative ideas fall from a writer’s brain like leaves from a tree. This is far from true. Many writers struggle to come up with inspired things to pen about. For this reason, both veterans and newbie scribes turn their search browsers upside-down trying to find the best creative writing blogs in cyberspace. Ten […]

CrowdSource Worker Profiles

By: brittany.corners | Published: January 29, 2014

If you’ve received an email invite from CrowdSource to set up a Worker Profile and are wondering what it is all about, this blog is for you. The benefits of creating a profile offer a more enriched writing-for-CS experience. What exactly does the profile show you? How can you use it for a better experience […]

Enhancing Your CrowdSource Experience with Turker Nation

By: brittany.corners | Published: January 13, 2014

Whether you are new to writing for CrowdSource or a seasoned pro, using Turker Nation can enhance your experience by providing an invaluable resource that allows you to communicate with, ask questions of and get to know or complain to other CS workers, and other general turkers.

Phrases to Avoid in E-Commerce Writing

By: brittany.corners | Published: January 10, 2014

The ability to write good descriptions for products is an integral part of writing e-commerce pieces for CrowdSource. While there is much more to creating excellent copy than choosing your words carefully, it is a great place to start. Many words and phrases are overused, inappropriate or fluffy. Keep your e-commerce writing free of the […]

Read It Here!

By: brittany.corners | Published: January 9, 2014

There are a few things that are overused by some writers in writing e-commerce style paragraphs, sometimes in articles as well. Referring to “here” within the content of writing product or brand information multiple times and using too many exclamation points.