The Flesch-Kincaid readability test is a tool that some clients will require you to use to determine how easy it is to read what you have written.
Attracting long-term Direct Order clients is one of the key ways to find success at Textbroker. Snagging new clients is easier than you might think when you add these strategies to your writing routine.
You need to be productive, but you also want to enjoy your workday. If you are like a lot of writers, you may need some help determining whether a coffee shop, home or office is the best place for writing.
If you’re reading this, it’s very likely you’ve gone down the rabbit hole of client revisions once or twice. OK, maybe it’s happened more than a few times. As a freelance writer, making content updates at the request of the client is to be expected; it’s part of the gig. However, there’s a fine, fine line between meeting client expectations with revisions and actually creating an entirely new piece of content. Knowing how to navigate this maze is both an art and a science. You’ll do yourself a big favor by learning how to identify when you’re in this part of the content creation process as quickly as possible.
To ensure that all content our authors provide is unique, every submitted article goes through our proprietary 3-fold Plagiarism Check. If a piece of content isn’t unique, we ask the author to revise it to uphold this promise. New authors are frequently curious about this system, so today, we’re providing a brief look into Textbroker’s plagiarism checking process.