As an author, your completed work is graded by our Quality Assurance editorial team. After reviewing your work, an editor will assign your author account a star level based on the quality of your writing. But what factors are considered when judging writing quality? What are the standards expected at each star level?
Here at Textbroker, when you succeed, we also succeed, so we take serious interest in providing our authors with high-quality learning materials. By reviewing these lessons, taking them to heart and practicing what you learn, you will increase your odds of reaching that elusive fifth star tremendously.
Learn how to avoid common 2 and 3-star mistakes at Textbroker. It can be difficult to catch every mistake, but following these tips should help.
To get your rating back up to where it was, you’ll need to focus on two critical elements: when will your next rating take place, and what will you be assessed on?
We asked our editors for some of the most common issues they come across in these orders that require revisions and ultimately delay authors’ payments. Here are their responses.