Company News Inactive Writers – Account Deactivation

RWC LogotypeCurrently our database is flooded with writers, who’ve been inactive for more than 6 months.
Users who just hang in the database without any further actions create certain inconveniences for Q.A. and Support Dpts.
From now on, users who did not take any orders within the past 6 months will be automatically deactivated.
If you did not take any orders within the past 6 months, you still have two weeks to take an order and keep your user account with RWC. Users inactive for 6 months will be deactivated on April 19th, 2011.
Currently there are a lot of available orders with and we are sure, that you can find something that will suite your expertise and writing skills.
Truly Yours
RWC Team

Freelance Writing: Simple Tips on Complicated Topics How to Increase Your Personal Value to the Customer

Personal Value When purchasing writing services, customers often wish to keep their identity safe. They don’t wish to disclose any personal information, and want to keep interactions strictly on a business footing.
We respect this at, and one of the features that our clients value is our ability to keep personal information safe. To be accurate, many freelance writers feel the same way, and that is why we have developed a highly secure system, with no names, phone numbers, or addresses disclosed.
Given this, it is quite difficult for many freelance writers to establish a personal relationship with a customer, when the writer cannot address the customer by name, or even know what part of the globe they call from. At the same time, however, it is natural for a writer to hope for returning customers, and future orders. It is natural that customers will choose a writer with whom they feel comfortable communicating, but how can a writer establish such valuable contacts?
How can you manage this? There are several strategies to avoid breaking any confidentiality rules or regulations of the company or your contract’s non-disclosure policies.
  Read the rest of this entry »