Freelance Writing: Simple Tips on Complicated Topics Coordinating a Multinational, Intercontinental Freelance Writing Team: Doing It Right

Tips on how to coordinate a team of freelance writers It’s no secret that many freelance writers collaborate on large projects. This is a great way to get a differential advantage: some folks are cracker-jack researchers, and some are better at putting ideas on paper.
Not many people in the world know everything and can do everything equally well. Thus, it is natural to work jointly on many freelance writing projects.
Sometimes, however, when it comes to coordinating mutual efforts, the bigger the group, the more problems crop up. The geographic scale, surprisingly, does not have much of an impact. It doesn’t matter much whether you are on different continents of simply in different parts of town.
There are a number of mandatory steps and/or solutions that you will need to pursue in order to assure your project’s success. Communications is one of the most important factors. When deadlines are short and you have to work fast, and effectively, email just won’t cut it.
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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.
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Priceless Writing Tips 4 Things to Consider If You Want to Start Freelancing

Freelancing TipsPeople hold different beliefs about the real nature of freelance writing. For some people, freelance writers are professionals who were not adequately treated in their full-time position. For other people, freelancers are those who could not find a decent full-time job.
There is nothing wrong with either opinion, because to a certain extent, both of these statements hold true for thousands of freelance writers around the world. However, one of the most important things that separate freelance professionals from the rest of the world is that they were able to take a critical step. This step takes them towards uncertainty, and towards more professional and personal freedom.
Are YOU ready to start being a freelance writer? Do you have the expertise, knowledge, and personal qualities required to survive as a freelancer? There are four reasons, at least, which might offer clues as to why you should start a freelancing career.
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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).
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Company News, Contests and Promotions from New Contest from RWC – Participate and Get a Chance to Win $ 500 CONTEST PRIZE!!!

New Photo Contest from the ResearchWritingCenter.comHey, guys!
We are excited to inform you, that we’ve launched a new promotion for our fans and visitors at our Facebook page! The reaction to our previous promotion was overwhelming, so we decided not to wait, and give other participants the chance to win a prize! :)

This contest will require you to activate your creative skills in the realm of photography! All you have to do is take a picture of your working space, where you handle all of your freelancing gigs, studying, etc.

Then submit the picture to the contest and get the people to vote on it! The grand prize for the contest is really tempting – $500, which, if you’ll be chosen as the winner, are going to be transferred to your designated account – banking, PayPal, Wire Transfer! No registration is required.
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