How professional are you?
- Anyone, not "Any one"
- I'm (or I am), not "i m"
- a professional writer, not "professional in writing"
I hope your writing is better than your original post.
I think you might need to improve your English before you attempt to sell yourself as a writer on a professional website.
There are a lot of jobs for translation writing. Serious.
edit: Do a search for: freelance translation writing
by Michael John Mele 5 years ago
Anyone here on Hub Pages aspiring to be a professional writer?I am aspiring to become a professional writer...hoping one day to write for some kind of video game publication or something similar...but I'll take whatever I can get in the meantime for the experience. I use Hub Pages mainly to...
by jenwat0405 7 years ago
I have asked for critcism in the past and have recieved some on the visual aspects of my articles, but I would really like to know if my articles are of good quality. I would like to begin applying for freelance writing positions but I want to know if I have what it takes to make it.I don't...
by Devika Primić 3 years ago
Are you still trying to be a professional writer?Whether writing for yourself or for an audience how do you see yourself in all writing experiences?Are you a failure in writing?
by Mark G Weller 6 years ago
What is the difference being between a professional writer and a person that writes as a hobby?Is it more than just the income, or is that the distinction?
by tamron 4 years ago
My recent notification to my email has no new hubs from my followers. The past 2 months I seen less and less new hubs being published. Now a big fat Zero!
by ryancarter 7 years ago
Do you find it hard to "sell yourself" as a professional writer?I'm talking more about reader response than critical evaluations here. Do you find that your audience is pretty responsive to your writing?
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