This Month at Textbroker: February 2011
A quick recap on the latest at Textbroker.
First off, thank you for your enthusiastic response to our last post. We here at Textbroker have made a lot of changes, and we're glad to see that they have been well-received.
For our punctuation contest, we had some amusing submissions, but the one that stood out the most to us was from AutumnB. Congratulations, AutumnB! You'll be receiving a small token of our appreciation in the mail, so be on the look out for it.
In other news, we are re-evaluating our 5-star procedure. Our authors are so productive that our editors are struggling to keep up, and the 5-star evaluation demands a lot of attention on our part. Currently, our policy is to evaluate any author who requests the upgrade after writing five to 10 articles at 4-star level. Since we have every editor evaluate the author's work, this process takes a long time, especially when so many authors ask for the upgrade. Once we have considered all the angles, we will be posting a new 5-star procedure. This change will not affect authors already at the 5-star level.
This month, the blog will feature a post from a fellow author as well as a grammar guide.
Finally, we're having a great month all around. Even though it may look like the number of available orders is low, we're having a record month. You're all doing an awesome job, and work is being picked up as soon as it goes out.
Thank you for all that you do, and we're glad that you're using your talents here at Textbroker.