Creative Commoditization: Why Writing is Not a Commodity

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many people view writing as a commodity. This post explains why that view is detrimental to your business and what you can do to ensure that your business' writing helps you stand out in your industry.


Melanie G.

Melanie G.

Tampa, Florida, United States

I'm a professional freelance writer living in Tampa, FL. I've been freelancing full-time since 2012, maintaining key relationships with my clients through always aiming to exceed their expectations. I have an MFA in Creative Writing with a concentration in screenplay writing f...

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