Posted on March 7th, 2013
It’s been a while, guys! We hope that you’re all doing great. We are back with our “State of the High Season” posts (which weren’t THAT frequent, by the way).
A couple of friendly tips for all of our writers, who want to get the maximum out of the high season, while it lasts:
- don’t be afraid to ask: if you find an order, which you’re interested in, but you’re not sure about the deadline or the current price per page – get back to our Support Team. Simply message them or join a Live Chat session. They are flexible, when it comes to price suggestions and deadline extensions.
NOTE: Don’t be afraid to request a higher price or a better deadline – all of these terms are NEGOTIABLE.
It’s a win-win situation, as you help us get the job done and we give more in return for your work. Keep your requests coming!
- have a good friend, who’s also proficient in writing? As the demand is growing, we’re looking for more writers in various fields of study. You can help a friend, by offering him a great source of income.
- keep in mind that the high season will soon be coming to an end, so the more quality work is done by you the better: you have more chances of gaining a new status, and we’re not even talking about financial benefits, which are pretty obvious here.
Good luck with all of your orders!
Posted on May 4th, 2012
Skrill (Moneybookers) Available for RWC Users
Yes, guys, it’s finally here – new additional payment method! Of course, you know I’m talking about Skrill, or as some may know it – Moneybookers!
We’ve receive a lot of requests for this payment method and, as promised earlier, we’re doing everything to make ResearchWritingCenter.com the best freelance writing community on the web! That’s why we kept our promise and made Skrill – part of RWC payment options.
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Posted on April 25th, 2012
This week I wanted to tell you more about an update, which concerns every RWC user. Today we’ve updated our Terms of Service and made them available to every RWC user after the registration.
Earlier – you had the chance to review the ToS page only during the registration process.
From now on, the link to our ToS will be available from the footer of any page, right after you login to RWC.
Why is this important?
Because Terms of Service govern a lot of issues within the ResearchWritingCenter.com, such as: copyright issues, deadline observance, personal information management, etc.
We paid specific attention to:
- quality assurance
The page also explains the potential consequences of violations and we strongly recommend you to read the Terms of Service carefully. Possible disputes may potentially be settled using ToS as guidelines, so it’s important for you to learn them well.
In a week from now, on the 3rd of May you will have to mandatory accept the new Terms of Service, otherwise, your access to some of the website features will be blocked (you will not be able to properly work within RWC).
Don’t worry – the window with the new ToS will pop up automatically, so you will have to just read (unless you haven’t done that yet) and accept them. We suggest you to read these Terms beforehand to avoid any misunderstandings and conflicts.
Thank you for staying with the ResearchWritingCenter.com
Posted on March 27th, 2012
As you remember, last week I told you about some of the new updates available for you, guys. If you haven’t had the chance to find out more about them, be sure to check out the previous article on our blog.
I can now gladly announce, that these updates are already available in the system – you can easily access the new Fine Schedule, FAQ and the updated Info Menu.
If you have any additional questions – feel free to contact our Support Team for more details.
We would love to know what you think about these updates: leave your comments! You have to keep in mind that the changes in the Info Menu will be visible to all of the writers: new and old, so the updates hold more value than you might initially think. They will help the new users to get acquainted with how RWC works.
These updates will also offer a more transparent and understandable process for all of our users.
We wanted to thank you all, guys, for the work that you’re doing, which is moving RWC forward to make it the best freelance writing community on the web.
Posted on March 19th, 2012
As you know, we constantly work to make ResearchWritingCenter.com — the best freelance writing community on the web.
I haven’t spoiled you with some fresh updates in a while, so let’s take a closer look at what’s coming up within the next couple of weeks!
Flexible Fine Schedule
We know that being a freelance writer is quite challenging. And it’s especially dissatisfying to be fined for your work and receive less than the amount you originally signed up for. We understand this and that’s why we’re trying to balance the bonuses and penalties, which are active within our system.
One of these steps will be taken within the next couple of weeks. By the end of the month you can expect some of the internal fines/bonuses to be updated (expect a note from us through the Messaging system when that happens). Read the rest of this entry »