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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Why Hire Writers is a Cool Place for Content Writers

I’ve been writing for almost a decade now and there ‘s a lot to share with anyone who’s interested. While few novices can get rich, the rewards and lessons learned along the way can pay dividends in the future. However, when a person finds a content company that’s honest, trustworthy, and has been around for some time, this is something worth cherishing.

Hirewriters.com has a fairly easy application process. You don’t have to write a thesis paper or anything similar because they use a ratings system. Everyone starts at this level regardless of credentials, education, or how many writing credits they have.

The fantastic thing about this system is that submissions are determined by the clients. Once an article receives 4 to 5 stars, the writer can move up the ladder quickly. If a wordsmith is really good with SEO, formatting, and writing unique content quickly, they can see their rank improve in a matter of days.

Hirewriters.com makes it crystal clear as to what criteria is required in order to move up. Besides quality, timeliness is another important factor. While the average 300-500 word assignment has a turnaround of one day, it’s expected that the writer submit a completed submission within that time. Like other content companies that use a ranking system, this means more opportunities.

These opportunities include having more choices of articles, which will vary by type. Writers may be asked to write academic papers, social media posts, landing pages, how-to’s, or given a lengthy job that will require days to complete. There are also clients that will become repeat clients and ask the writer directly if they have time to complete an assignment.

When this happens, it can be an ongoing occurrence and the time to complete is normally generous, compared to the average assignments by content writing companies. Still, it’s best to balance time accordingly and try to make the deadline as early as possible, just in case a revision is needed. If directives aren’t clear, the writer portal does allow communication with the client so that concerns are addressed.

While it’s common to get writer’s block and it may be tempting to be generic in order to meet the deadline, it’s not a good idea here. Hirewriters.com uses Copyscape to check every submission for originality. There are many free duplicate checking services found online that can be used without giving up personal information. If this is a common occurrence, it may be best to invest in a thesauri or creative writing exercises that can help stimulate the imagination.

Once writers are good to go, the final stage of getting paid is easy. These are every Friday through PayPal and payouts can be as low as $10. To this day, I have never had a problem receiving my funds in a timely manner. It would be nice if all content companies operated in such as fashion.

If you visit the Hirewriters.com homepage and see they aren’t taking applications at the moment, bookmark them anyway. These people always get large jobs and want to take care of the client quickly with quality work.


  1. Thanks for the article, but it's a very strange position. I'm a bad writer and order the reviews on this site http://paidpaper.net/research-paper-reviews/ . Working in the office brings a lot of stress, so I prefer to be a freelancer.

    1. Darcy, its not that strange if you have basic writing skills. Prove you can write something that's engaging, or at least informative, while keeping SEO in mind within reasonable deadlines (these vary) and you can get paid the same week. Stay tuned because I'm posting writing helpers on the blog in 2017. Best.

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    1. Filip, while I personally can't vouch for every experience, I can say that some clients abuse their power. Some place orders for a certain word count but once the writer accepts, the word count doubles or triples without a change in compensation. I've spoken out against this and win based on screenshots of chats with words like "trial run" or "sample".

      That's really bad business overall. Not saying you did this but it's also bad business to add promo links about asking the blog owner permission first. On that note, good day and good night.