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Trisha Kapoor - Freelance Writer with 14 Reviews
Trisha Kapoor
24 years old
5.00
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Writer from India

Metrics

91 %
acceptance
rate
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50 %
orders
repeated
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95.45 %
delivered
orders
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average
response
time
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1. To place bid on any order from the time of order publication

2. To respond to the personal assigned orders

3. To place bid on the invited Orders

4. To confirm the awarded Orders

5. To reply to the client's first message

N/A
timely
orders
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Expertise 11
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Experience

Jan 2012 – now
Freelancer

Writing languages 2

English Advanced

Hindi Not confirmed

Categories 5

Web Content

Article

Technical

Creative

Editing

Education
2011 – 2015
Mumbai College of Engineering

Copywriting level

Standard level

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  • Technical

Reasons why Content rules Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing has turned into a lifestyle, around the world. It is the most supported method for making and sharing thoughts and data. Not just this, Digital Marketing is the best method of communication between clients and brands. This notoriety and need have brought forth the need of drawing in the clients and adherents with pertinent and profitable content. When we say content, it might be in any structure on digital marketing. Content can be anything from a picture to a blog entry, from a video to an infographic. The principle goal of this content is to get the attention from the intended interest group. This won't just help in drawing in and changing prospects into clients, however, will change existing purchasers into re-purchasers. Content lies at the heart of Social Media Marketing. What comes next is to comprehend that it is helpful to invest energy in making and sharing profitable and connecting with content. In the event that the content is not sufficiently significant, the outcomes might be destructive. This may influence the engagement of a brand and push the consumers away. Therefore, in this article, we are going to list few reasons proving that content rules digital marketing. 1. Clients ordinarily are not searching for your attempt to make the deal. They are searching for an administration supplier, who can offer solutions for their inquiries and concerns, understand their thoughts, and gives them equipment that act as a solution. This is same in every field, irrespective of the end product. 2. Before buying a specific product, 90% of the customers these days are looking and investigating about the product online. Therefore, any kind of content is a way to enhance their interest in your product. 3. Similarly, having a responsive site that flaunts your product is a must. As the vast majority of the exploration happens on the internet; your site speaks for you. Give them information; they cannot get somewhere else that is the means by which you get to be looked for after master and favored in their eyes. 4. There are excessively numerous alternatives/choices for every product/service offering assortment to look over. It's important to emerge from the group, to pull in prospects, and to stay on top of their psyche. To do this, content is the only way. 5. When dispatched? The quality of the product? Pros and Cons? What numbers of pr oducts are sold out till now? What numbers of products are remaining? How old? The more important points of interest prospects come to know, the better the client feels quiet regarding the product. 6. It's vital to characterize persona of your clients, before you begin any marketing’s scheme, to successfully take the clients through deals channel, to make the best RoI, and to minimize the expense of clients. For instance, when you have item classification in 4-5 lakh range, it bodes well and savvy to target individuals with that level of pay. 7. Content must be vital as the online journal on site, or as newsletters to your prospects and clients. What's going on in the business sector, at this moment? People want to know about it. They simply are no longer living lives like frogs in the well. How? Through content. Be conversational; tell the viewers something they don't definitely know. 8. Including of new and valuable content consistently helps in enhancing SEO of the site. Comprehensive and highlighted content helps you possess the hunt (SERP) results for an area by making colossal content about it, along these lines by coordinating most, if not throughout the entire of tail watchwords/phrases. 9. To drive engagements over the fans and augmented discussions, content is a mandatory. Content helps in driving connections and is exceptionally fun when it is systematically constructive and intriguing. Therefore, in today world content is the only way to grip people and attract them towards you through Digital Marketing irrespective of the field you’re in! Give them the right content and witness yourself grow.

Tips for Technical Writing

Technical writing is often thought of as a way to communicate complex information in a simple, easy-to-understand, no-frills manner. This does not have to be just for scientific journals; technical writing can have many applications, such as policies and instructions. The following is a short list of things to keep in mind when creating technical documents. 1. Write in plain language: Remember you are writing for the user or for a particular audience. Think clear, concise communications aimed at the audience’s level of knowledge, vernacular, and ability. If the vocabulary or context used is not understood, you have already missed the goal of communicating effectively. Know your audience and be concise. 2. Explain things before presenting them: Recently I read, “Water will start to boil at 74˚F…” I immediately questioned the information in the entire article, but it continued on the next page saying, “… in a vacuum.” Word order and formatting can confuse readers or make them question the message. A reader might stop reading, not realizing the next sentence or paragraph would have explained what the previous statement was trying to communicate. Often a writer might say, “Well if they would read the whole thing they would understand.” The problem is if a reader gets confused or it is difficult to read, they might not read the whole document. 3. Avoid first person: In formal technical writing, using first person (I, we, etc.) is discouraged. This might alter depending on application, or if the writing is more informal. Again, the main point is to communicate with your audience. 5. Reduce dangling modifiers: When writing, it is possible to confuse a reader when a word or phrase is modified but there is no descriptive verb or a noun to tell the reader what was changed. Example of a dangling modifier –“At times these result without the writer’s knowledge.” Simple correction–“At times this mistake results without the writer’s knowledge.” If you assumed “this mistake” meant a dangling modifier, you are correct. However, if the correction “this mistake” were not under the “Reduce dangling modifiers” tip, the reader still might have been lost. Better communication–“At times, a dangling modifier results without the writer’s knowledge.” Using descriptive verbs and proper nouns while reducing or eliminating pronouns and non-specific terms can help writers from creating dangling modifiers. 6. Do not use slang: Many terms might be well known in a particular industry or geographic region, but the more I traveled as an engineer the more communication breakdowns I noticed. Even within English-speaking areas I found terms change within an industry, or different acronyms represent different objects or processes. For non-English-speaking areas, some terms or jargon do not translate well. This is a reworking of tip No. 1: Write in plain language.

Tips for Technical Writing

Technical writing is often thought of as a way to communicate complex information in a simple, easy-to-understand, no-frills manner. This does not have to be just for scientific journals; technical writing can have many applications, such as policies and instructions. The following is a short list of things to keep in mind when creating technical documents. 1. Write in plain language: Remember you are writing for the user or for a particular audience. Think clear, concise communications aimed at the audience’s level of knowledge, vernacular, and ability. If the vocabulary or context used is not understood, you have already missed the goal of communicating effectively. Know your audience and be concise. 2. Explain things before presenting them: Recently I read, “Water will start to boil at 74˚F…” I immediately questioned the information in the entire article, but it continued on the next page saying, “… in a vacuum.” Word order and formatting can confuse readers or make them question the message. A reader might stop reading, not realizing the next sentence or paragraph would have explained what the previous statement was trying to communicate. Often a writer might say, “Well if they would read the whole thing they would understand.” The problem is if a reader gets confused or it is difficult to read, they might not read the whole document. 3. Avoid first person: In formal technical writing, using first person (I, we, etc.) is discouraged. This might alter depending on application, or if the writing is more informal. Again, the main point is to communicate with your audience. 5. Reduce dangling modifiers: When writing, it is possible to confuse a reader when a word or phrase is modified but there is no descriptive verb or a noun to tell the reader what was changed. Example of a dangling modifier –“At times these result without the writer’s knowledge.” Simple correction–“At times this mistake results without the writer’s knowledge.” If you assumed “this mistake” meant a dangling modifier, you are correct. However, if the correction “this mistake” were not under the “Reduce dangling modifiers” tip, the reader still might have been lost. Better communication–“At times, a dangling modifier results without the writer’s knowledge.” Using descriptive verbs and proper nouns while reducing or eliminating pronouns and non-specific terms can help writers from creating dangling modifiers. 6. Do not use slang: Many terms might be well known in a particular industry or geographic region, but the more I traveled as an engineer the more communication breakdowns I noticed. Even within English-speaking areas I found terms change within an industry, or different acronyms represent different objects or processes. For non-English-speaking areas, some terms or jargon do not translate well. This is a reworking of tip No. 1: Write in plain language.

Client Reviews

5
Amit Vats

Aug 03, 2016 06:08

Thank again for writing such good content
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Jul 30, 2016 04:38

Thanks again good work ! recommended writer
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Jul 25, 2016 08:38

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Jul 22, 2016 07:25

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Jul 22, 2016 01:34

Good job
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Jul 16, 2016 11:34

Thanka again for good job
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Jul 11, 2016 02:38

thanks. good and high quality writer
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Jul 01, 2016 11:22

thank you so much
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Jun 25, 2016 20:52

good writing skills
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Amit Vats

Jun 20, 2016 05:43

recommended writer
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