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Why Links to Homepages Should Not Be Included as Resources in Articles

Hey QG Writers, I hope everyone is doing well. Today I am going to talk a little bit about why links to homepages in articles should, for the most part, be avoided. We have been seeing an increase in homepage links and are hoping that the information in this post will shed some light on why they should not be included. When you include a bunch of homepage links in an article, it requires the reader of the article to then navigate around the sites being linked to in order to find the information Read more [...]
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How to Deal With Feedback & Use it to Your Advantage

Regardless of what you do in life, you are bound to deal with criticism at some point, whether at school, work, or home. When you are a freelance writer you are even more likely to deal with criticism. This criticism can be difficult to absorb because as a freelance writer, you are probably very proud of the work you produce and having someone critique it can be a hard pill to swallow. Instead of letting feedback or criticism eat at you, learn how to use it to your advantage. How to Deal With Read more [...]
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What is an MFA Site & Why Should They Be Avoided?

An MFA or Made for Adsense site is a site created specifically with the intent to make money from advertisements. These pages are often specifically created around Adsense keywords and are generally poor in quality. If they have any content at all, it is usually outweighed by the overwhelming number of ads on the pages. Even when an MFA site does have content, it is usually not original and is copied or “scraped” from another site. When webmasters create MFA sites, they are actually violating Read more [...]
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Comma Chameleon

Commas are important punctuation marks that help a reader to figure out what words in a sentence go together as well as what parts of the sentence are most important. Incorrect use of commas can really confuse a reader but don’t worry; using commas correctly can be easy if you follow a few simple guidelines. Use commas to avoid confusion. For example: Let’s eat grandpa. Let’s eat, grandpa. In the above example, if you do not use the comma correctly it is implied that you are going Read more [...]
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QualityGal Office Closed New Year’s Day

Good Afternoon QG Writers,

We hope that everyone enjoyed the holidays. The QualityGal office will be closed tomorrow, 1/1/13, for New Year’s Day. Please keep in mind that we are working as fast as we can to get everything through editing, the turnaround is 2 business days. We will be back in the office Wednesday, January 2.

Happy New Year!

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