RWC Top WritersWe bet you folks have missed the top writers list! It was a very popular feature, and generated lots of buzz. It still appears on the list of most-viewed content whenever we analyze how our blog is doing.

After all, recognition by peers can boost morale and inspire freelance writers to go the extra mile to deliver top-notch orders for our clients. Let’s face it – we all would like our 15 minutes of fame. In such a faceless business as freelance writing is, it’s quite difficult to be famous and get recognition. Thus, our top writers list massages your self-esteem :)

To be frank, we’ve missed it too. After all, it’s interesting to us too. We like finding out about the changes in our writers’ productivity. Has someone increased his or her productivity to get onto the list? Or has someone’s name dropped off the list?

We need to mention that there are many criteria upon which the top writers list can be based. This, the first list of 2011, will be based on the productivity of our writers (especially of the heavy lifters on our project, those that complete hundreds of orders during a month) and their ratings (that is, the evaluation of the quality of their writing by customers).

This article will be posted at the end of March. You should know that any statistical data would be reflective of a period if it includes all of that period. The most recent month for which we have full data is February. That is why the data for March will be available on the next Top Writers List, which we will post on a regular basis, as promised. Any team should be able to look up to its leaders so they can live up to that standard.

Here it goes:

RWC Most Productive Writers

  • 1.ID 4165 – 138 completed orders
  • 2.ID 5669 – 112 completed orders
  • 3.ID 52156 – 106 completed orders
  • 4.ID 30590 – 95 completed orders
  • 5.ID 38007 – 83 completed orders
  • 6.ID 20604 – 73 completed orders
  • 7.ID 36008 – 67 completed orders
  • 8.ID 42203 – 64 completed orders
  • 9.ID 4241 – 59 completed orders
  • 10. ID 54387 – 57 completed orders
    For the second criterion, we’ve selected writers with multiple orders and a number of separate ratings. Using this selection method, there will be no writers included who performed badly the entire period, but got on the list simply because of one positive rating. Thus, the ratings here might all be equal, but a writer who has received more of these positive ratings will be placed higher on the list. OK, we don’t want to make you wait any longer:

    RWC Best Rated Writers

  • 1.ID 30590 – Average Rating 9.8
  • 2.ID 57741 – Average Rating 9.8
  • 3.ID 45315 – Average Rating 9.6
  • 4.ID 46282 – Average Rating 9.6
  • 5.ID 18149 – Average Rating 9.6
  • 6.ID 42185 – Average Rating 9.6
  • 7.ID 36008 – Average Rating 9.5
  • 8.ID 54387 – Average Rating 9.4
  • 9.ID 44565 – Average Rating 9.3
  • 10.ID 48979 – Average Rating 9
    As it turns out, in February we can even announce the BEST WRITER of the month! His ID is 30590 – this writer completed nearly a hundred orders with an average rating of 9.8! Great job!

    We are really grateful to all of you folks: both those who did make it on the list, and those who didn’t! :)

    There’s a huge amount of competition in our project and we are proud because we have a lot of competitive writers! So good luck with your writing career! We hope to eventually see all of you on the list, at some point. :)

    Have a great day!


    • Patrick
      March 24th, 2011 at 6:01 am

      At least I can see myself somewhere among the Top 10 Best Rated Writers and it is a Real Massage to my self-esteem.

      • March 24th, 2011 at 9:18 am

        Good job, Patrick:)

    • Sammy
      March 24th, 2011 at 7:17 am

      I am deeply elated to appear in both lists! Although I did not top, am so happy and inspired by the fact that I am a new writer who is almost beating the veterans!

      • March 24th, 2011 at 9:17 am

        We wish you good luck with your career, Sammy! We are sure, that if you are making it to the list as a rookie, you have a bright future in the freelance writing! :) Keep those customers satisfied:)

    • Sammy
      March 24th, 2011 at 10:34 am

      Thanks Alex :-)

    • Jacob
      April 13th, 2011 at 4:23 pm

      I am happy for the victors ,even though I am rated 9.6 yet am not even in the list of top rated writers.May be I did not understand the criterion used.

      To those listed,congratulations!!

      • April 14th, 2011 at 5:57 am

        Yes, Jacob – there are specific criteria for choosing the top writers. It’s not only the ratings, but the number of those. A writer might have 10 orders, which were rated on an average level and there might be this one order, which pull up the scores with a better rating. That’s why we were choosing writers with more than 10 positive ratings and a certain number of completed orders:) Thank you for your work!

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