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Some New Optional Add-Ons for EditorNinja Customers

Building a service like EditorNinja is an interesting experience. While this is not my first rodeo building a productized service like this, EditorNinja has moved significantly faster than the others and my experience from past businesses has also allowed me to move a lot faster to meet market demand. I make it a point to […]...

Types Of Content Marketing To Use To Grow Your Business

Blog posts. Articles. Epic guides. 10x content. Infographics. You’re probably heard a lot of terms tossed around as you’ve been researching content marketing and trying to wrap your head around just how in the heck it can help you grow your business. Since you’re invested in growing your business online, you’re probably already investing in […]...
What Is A Mnemonic

What Is A Mnemonic?

Mnemonic (nih-MON-ik).  It’s a funny word. Silent M? When does that happen? Never. Well, almost never, except in this word — and related words. So what is a mnemonic? A mnemonic, or mnemonic device, is a memory aid — something simple that helps you remember something more complex. And what about that silent M anyway? […]...

Your Guide to Proofreading Marks

Proofreading marks, which are also called proofreaders’ marks and editing marks, signify mistakes in printed copy. Proofreaders and editors generally use a red pen to note them on the page.  Though much editing, like the editing done here at EditorNinja, is now done digitally within shared docs and other word processors, written proofreading marks are […]...

Your Guide to the 9 Parts of Speech

Grammarians categorize English words into groups, which we call Parts of Speech. Most guides will tell you that there are eight or nine parts of speech, depending on a few factors, like whether they include interjections. Each part of speech serves a particular function, which I will describe below. The parts of speech we will […]...

Who’s vs Whose – What’s The Difference?

If you’re mixing up who’s and whose, you’re not alone. They sound the same, and they look pretty similar, too. But they’re not the same.  Who’s is a contraction that means “who is,” and whose is a possessive that shows ownership. Still unclear? This little guide is here to help. Who’s and whose are easy […]...

Why Agencies Struggle to Scale

It’s a tale as old as time – a recognized expert starts freelancing. They get enough clients that they need to hire help. They get more clients and need to hire more help, maybe even their first full-time employee or two. Then their business tops out. It doesn’t stop growing because they don’t have leads. […]...

How To Find and Hire Good Writers

EditorNinja is the internet’s favorite on-demand editing service. We edit the content you’re already producing. But to create it in the first place, you either need to be a good creator or you need to hire great writers who can produce on-brand content that converts. So we wrote this post to help you find good […]...

Got vs Have – What’s The Difference?

If “got vs have” has you all confused, don’t worry.  We have all the answers you’re looking for if you want to make sure you get it right and have all the knowledge you need to write clearly, concisely, and in a grammatically correct way.  Let’s take a closer look at “got”, “have”, and “have […]...