Getting Your Money’s Worth

Getting Your Money's Worth | Great Writer for HireIf you’re going to hire a writer, here are a few steps to make sure you get your money’s worth:

  1. Know what you want: Including length, subject matter, and intended audience.  This will make it easier to determine how satisfied you are with the finished product.  If you’ve been as specific as possible during this stage, it’ll be easy to run down a checklist of things that have been accomplished in your finished product.
  2. Include a sample: Show me at least one of your previous writing efforts, or an example of what you’d like to have written under this commission.  This will help me determine what style and prose best suits you.
  3. Ask questions early: Bring any questions or concerns to my attention AS SOON AS POSSIBLE in the writing process.  The last thing we both want is to miss something that requires us to start again from the beginning.
  4. Point me in the right direction: If you know of places where good resources or information are included, TELL ME.  Yes, I’ll do my own research, but having a starting point that includes where to look first helps with any process.
  5. Respond Quickly: I pride myself on being timely and prompt to respond to customers, and I hope that you’ll do the same. It’s important that you respond as quickly as possible to emails, texts, voicemails, and any other communications coming to you from me.  My ability to complete work in a timely manner depends directly on your ability to deliver your parts on time.
  6. Make sure you understand the final delivery procedures: Be certain you’re crystal clear on what you’re supposed to receive from me and when.

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