When books or other pieces of writing are done for another person and the full credit goes to the ‘author’ with the real writer only receiving a byline, it is called ghostwriting. In most cases, the ‘author’ is a celebrity or some eminent figure, with the ability to sell books on the strength of his name, but is not able to write it.
To put it in a nutshell, a ghostwriter is one who writes books, stories, articles or any report and the credit goes to some other person, who could be a politician, such as a politician, an actor, a successful businessman and so on. He is someone who is essentially behind the scenes and is an unknown writer. Celebrities hire ghost writers, as they don’t have the time to do it themselves or they don’t have the necessary talent or the tenacity to do a professional job.
One big question for any online seller is “How do I process payments from customers?”. Most online businesses use a solution known as an “Online payment gateway”. If you want to provide the best buying experience for your customers, you will definitely need one that is good and reliable..
There are many payment gateways available, so to help you decide which one to use, I did some research and came up with a list of the 10 most popular gateways along with a comparison chart. This will help you pick the best payment solution for you and your customers, more easily.
The assumption that your web design is responsive can only be made true when the users using different operating systems and podiums to access the website, are able to do it successfully. The web design which is responsive is becoming more famous as it removes the need of constantly updating, or adding additional features to the mobile website. Some website owners and designers even think that using responsive web design removes the need of a mobile website. Is it really true?
If the average mobile user is only willing to wait a maximum of four seconds for content to load on their devices, it makes no sense to use an approach that may slow down your site’s loading time. Top internet brands like Facebook, Google, Netflix and more choose server-side solutions to deliver mobile web content to their visitors.
Adobe Illustrator can be a little tricky to get your hands around, particularly after getting used to the workflow of applications like Photoshop. The differences between layer use and the creation of objects and shapes can be really strange at first hand.
In this tutorial we’ll learn how to create a wooden crib using Adobe Illustrator. You will create simple objects, fill them with the gradient, create wooden surface for the shapes and then add some details to create a clean vector illustration.
Let’s get started!
Very first thought – “What is Proofreading?” The word ‘proof’ is used to mean the final trial print that is used for making corrections before printing. Hence, a proofreader goes through the entire text with a fine toothcomb, trying to look for errors and glitches in the document.
Proofreading involves detection of errors, such as punctuation, grammar, and choice of words, spellings as well as other details of font, style and alignment. It involves surface reading.