In Author Services, we receive hundreds of emails on a weekly basis, and we strive to help authors complete orders for our clients. Many of the questions we receive are about instructions, revisions and rejections. This blog will provide some useful tips and insight into how these different aspects of being a Textbroker author works so you can write as efficiently as possible.
We’ve noted your feedback in the Author Forum and are happy to offer you some clarification as to what these changes mean for you and how you should proceed in writing orders.
The change in ratings is two-fold – non-managed orders are now being rated for instruction compliance, and orders written for managed clients are now receiving star ratings.
We feel that offering the most comprehensive feedback to our authors not only provides them with the tools to improve their skills, but it also ensures that our clients are getting the content that best meets their needs.
As Google, businesses and consumers continue to stress the importance of content marketing and providing quality, useful information to readers, clients need text that is not only written well but also offers helpful material, fulfilling all their requirements. It's important that Textbroker reflects these priorities, which is why we will be incorporating instruction compliance as a factor in star ratings. While this change may seem intimidating at first, a little practice makes perfect. Below are tips to help you excel at following client instructions.
What are we looking for?
Many authors wonder what elements Textbroker considers when they are rating submitted articles. When rating determines your pay, it is really important to understand what affects your rating and how to find resources to help you improve. We've had many questions on what we are looking for, or how our rating works, so we decided to cover some of the main points in our blog. Here are some errors that our editors look for and some supplemental information that may help you reach your writing goal.
Whether you’re an experienced author or a novice, we can all sometimes use a refresher on the fundamentals of good writing.