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Managing social media is a critical area of importance for freelance writers, but it's really something that all businesses need to focus on in the modern world. And social media tools for freelancers can make a time-consuming job much faster. As a writer, we often hold a second "unofficial" role as the social media manager for our clients and are tasked with sharing our content and blogs on various platforms to ensure it gets views, replying to reader
Have you ever noticed that some writing is a breeze to read, while with other texts you may need to re-read several times to get the intended meaning? As it turns out, there's a bit of a science behind that. And it goes beyond Flesch-Kincaid. Since the 1800s, linguists and researchers have developed a number of different methods to assess the "readability" of a text. As the name suggests, readability measures the ease with which a person can comprehend