4 Essentials to Get Off to The Right Start at WriterAccess

Posted on April 7, 2017 by Delany M

4 Essentials to Get Off to The Right Start at WriterAccess

As a new WriterAccess client, you’ve made a great choice for your marketing efforts, your ROI, and the ongoing success of your business.

While there’s a lot to explore here, there are four key areas that offer immeasurable benefits.

Especially for individuals that are feeling the pinch of lean or nonexistent content libraries, or less-than-optimal audience reach.

 

What Should My Content Say? 

 

Topic Pitches

If you’re struggling to come up with compelling subjects or fresh takes on your products, services, or solutions, why not tap into the best resources WriterAccess has to offer?

Our writers are renowned for their creativity and expertise in a wide variety of industries, and topic pitches are a great way to remove the anxiety out of the brainstorming process.

Simply put out a request for topic pitches in your open order or casting call and select the writer that offers the best suggestion. Soon, you’ll have amazing content that’s ready to publish – and you didn’t even have to come up with a subject!

 

How Can I Convey My Needs Clearly?


Creative Briefs

Every one of our writers has the same goal in mind: getting you content that’s compelling, polished, and exactly what you had in mind.

The journey from your ideas to their work can be tricky, but a creative brief is the perfect way to span that distance without breaking a sweat.

A creative brief works as an introduction of your goals, and gives your writer valuable information about writing that inspires you, and styles that you’d like them to emulate.

While an in-depth creative brief is optional, we find that creating one is the best way to ensure fantastic collaboration and winning content that really speaks to your readers and customers.

 

How Can I Take Stress Out Of My Workflow?


Order Templates

If you’ve never outsourced content creation before, you might be nervous that “managing” the content workflow will take a lot of effort and time.

There’s no need to worry: WriterAccess is designed with your schedule in mind, giving you access to all of your account’s important information at a glance.

We also build efficiency into order placement, with handy templates that walk you through the process of ordering content.

Even if you aren’t completely sure of what you need – or even what you’re looking for – in your content.
Our templates act as a guide to give you professional quality content with a consistency you can count on.

 

What If I Need to Talk To My Writer?


Conference Calls

While both our writers and clients love our easy-to-use messaging system here at WriterAccess, we understand that sometimes projects require a little more contact.

The conference call system available to our Pro and Enterprise service tiers allows both client and writer to call in securely, with the added benefit of automatic recording so you can keep your communication focused and on-target.

Calls are a flat .50 cents a minute and can be as short or as long as you need!

Here at WriterAccess, we’re happy that when you chose to outsource your content creation, you turned to an army of talented, eager writers, and an intuitive ordering system.

Whatever your website needs may be, we’re ready to meet them, so let’s get started!  Click here to discover more ways we can help.

 

Delany M is a freelance writer here at WriterAccess who is well in tune with the features and tools within the platform. See how she, and a our other writers may be the solution to your content marketing!

 


Small army of writers. Big platform in the cloud.

WriterAccess is the fastest-growing content sourcing platform that makes it easy to find writers, place orders and manage the workflow, all powered by advanced tools that become your GPS for content marketing. Sign up for a risk-free offer here.

Click here to request a demonstration of our platform.
You can also call 617-227-8800 or email info@writeraccess.com

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