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http://www.dombom.com/vip/clk/54sr37 In the newly, opened to the public, dombomb forums, Kurt, wrote:

Think about this: Forrester Research, a MAJOR marketing company that’s well respected by the “big guys” says:

IT IS 50 TIMES EASIER TO GET A VIDEO ON PAGE 1 OF GOOGLE THAN ANY OTHER MEDIUM.

http://blogs.forrester.com/interactive_marketing/2009/01/the-easiest-way.html

Think about this and let it sink in…

He shared a tool on how to use a scroller to quickly make videos from articles.

This is my take on the same principle, however, I am using a different, tool.

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Creating a great Textbroker writing sample isn’t necessarily a difficult thing. In fact, I’ll share my 11 best tips to create something Textbroker reviewers will love. However, I cannot guarantee your success. I can only show you the path; you still need to walk it.

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In this Textbroker writing sample video, I go over:
1. Pick Something Your Passionate About
Choosing a topic you know inside and out will make the sample easier to write. And since Textbroker gives you quite a bit of leeway in this example, the hardest part is picking your favorite. Just don’t overthink the process.

2. Try Not to Use the Same Words too Often
Using the same words too often can create a bit of an awkward read. Sometimes it’s unavoidable, such as writing a tutorial. But you should still try to use other relevant terms instead. Personally, I try not to use the same noun more than once inside of three consecutive sentences.

3. Never End a Sentence with “It”
While it might be sociably acceptable to end a sentence with “it” when talking to friends and family, you should refrain when creating your Textbroker writing sample. It’s a poor choice of words to end a sentence, and some clients may actually ask for a revision.

4. Never End a Sentence with a Preposition
Ending a sentence with a preposition isn’t necessarily a bad thing when being less formal. However, from a professional writer standpoint, you don’t want use a preposition to finish of a sentence. It simply looks out of place.

5. Never Use the Same Word to Start or End Two Consecutive Sentences
Using the same word to start or end two sentences or more in a row leads to an awkward layout. It creates issues when reading and has potential to cause confusion when a reader identifies the same word in the same location of conjoined sentences.

6. Watch the Comma Usage
Textbroker reviewers are big on tagging authors for comma usage. Learn how to add these to your writing sample by taking a few moments in Google. Learning all you can about AP style English and comma usage will save you quite a few headaches later on down the road.

7. Use Headers to Break up Paragraphs When Applicable
Add at least one header within your Textbroker writing sample. Because headers play such an important role in SEO and readability, reviewers want to make sure you know how to properly use them.

8. Try to Keep Your Sentences Below 20 Words Long
Refrain from writing sentences that are more than 20 words. This improves readability and can help you score well when there is less of a chance to screw up regarding grammar.

9. Try to Keep Paragraphs to Two to Three Sentences Long
You don’t want to create a wall of text as your writing sample. It reads poorly and can seem overwhelming to viewers, especially people who are reading the content from a smartphone.

10. Don’t Add Filler or Fluff
Don’t try to reach a specific word count by adding words and content that have no bearing on the topic. Every sentence of your Textbroker writing sample needs to support the subject matter. Using filler or fluff to expand the word count can even lead to a star demotion in Textbroker.

11. Keep the Flesch Reading Ease Score Above 60
Keeping the Flesch Reading Ease Score above 60 means the content is easier to read. It performs better in terms of search engine optimization, improves reader engagement and is far easier to write in most cases.

Writing Sample Tips for Your Textbroker Profile: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qTSrprSOLQ

My Writing Sample Example: https://writersanctuary.com/300-word-writing-sample-example-for-textbroker/

Example Prepositions: https://webapps.towson.edu/ows/prepositions.htm

Tests Document Readability: https://www.online-utility.org/english/readability_test_and_improve.jsp

Grammarly’s Free Checker: https://www.grammarly.com/grammar-check

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10TH GRADE'S CLASS SAMPLE - How to write a catchy newspaper article?

EXPOSITORY WRITING: The Newspaper Article
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Ready to submit your initial Textbroker writing sample? The requirements might be a bit confusing to new freelance writers. Today, I’ll try to break down those requirements to help you write a good sample article.

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In this video, I talk about:

Tone/Style
The tone and style are pretty straight forward. Write in American English, using a neutral tone and remain objective. Now, objective means that your piece doesn’t appear to take sides. This is easy to do when you focus on a third-person tone.

Voice
As I said, you need to write the piece in third-person. So, don’t use words like I, me, you and your. However, you can use terms such as he, she, it and they…which are all third-person phrases.

Format
Lastly, you need to follow the format of the article. Choose something you enjoy or have a lot of knowledge about. You’ll also need to know how header tags work in HTML. Textbroker wants to see the coding of these elements. If you need help with HTML, you can check out W3Schools. I’ll leave a link below this video description.

Writing Sample Example:

300 Word Writing Sample Example for Textbroker

W3Schools Header Tags:
https://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_hn.asp

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CITY & GUILDS FUNCTIONAL SKILLS LEVEL 2 ENGLISH & MATHS EXAM SAMPLES – PREPARED BY INTECH CENTRE

This is a City & Guilds Functional Skills English Level 2 completed READING sample paper 1. This video is prepared by Intech Centre for guidance purposes only and in no way should be associated with City & Guilds. We created various videos to help you prepare for the City & Guilds Functional Skills English and Maths Level 2 exams. Please make sure you watch all of our videos as well as the Navigation Tutorial.

OTHER FUNCTIONAL SKILLS MATHS and ENGLISH LEVEL 1 and 2 SAMPLES:

City & Guilds Functional Skills English Level 2 – Reading Intro

City & Guilds Functional Skills English Level 2 – Reading Sample 1

City & Guilds Functional Skills English Level 2 – Writing Sample 1 – Intro

City & Guilds Functional Skills English Level 2 – Writing Sample 1 – Part 1

City & Guilds Functional Skills English Level 2 – Writing Sample 1 – Part 2

City & Guilds – Navigation Tutorial

City & Guilds Functional Skills Maths Level 2 Sample 1

City & Guilds Functional Skills Maths Level 2 Sample 2

City & Guilds Functional Skills Maths Level 2 Sample 3 Part 1

City & Guilds Functional Skills Maths Level 2 Sample 3 Part 2

City & Guilds Functional Skills Maths Level 2 Sample 3 Part 3

Functional Skills Maths Level 1 – Sample 1 P1 – Intech Centre

Functional Skills Maths Level 1 – Sample 1 P2 – Intech Centre

Functional Skills Maths Level 1 – Sample 1 P3 – Intech Centre

City & Guilds Functional Skills Maths Level 2 – Sample Paper 2 (OLD)

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Sample Case Study Paper

This is a sample research proposal paper
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Reading through a Washington Post article about mummies, climate change, and how these two concepts relate.