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Sheila’s Experience With Collaborative Writing

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By atul 593 days ago

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Sheila’s Experience With Collaborative Writing

Shelia was a content writer based out of New York. During her career as a freelance writer, she had tried out many different styles of content. But all through her job, she’d always worked alone. She’d heard of writers collaborating with each other to create content, but she never saw the scope for this in her line of work, that is to say, content writing.

But that was about to change

When Sheila spoke to a friend about her desire to get involved in a collaborative writing project, the latter suggested looking on LetsTeamApp. Sheila took her friend’s advice and visited the website. There were a lot of projects looking for website and app content writers, but this time, Sheila was looking for something different.

After some amount of searching, Sheila found a project that was looking for academic writers. Academic writing was something that Sheila hadn’t tried yet, and she was immediately taken in by the job description. The job required quite a bit of research and collaborative writing. Needless to say, Sheila decided to go for it.
Sheila liked the project from the beginning. For one thing, she loved research, and this was made better by having a great writer to collaborate with. Besides writing, they also edited each other’s work. This project lasted for around three months, so Sheila didn’t have to worry about being out of work either. Today, Sheila continues to engage in collaborative writing when she’s not writing alone.

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