Why You Should Request a Revision to Your First Order

Posted on August 9, 2017 by Bob P

You require great content writing on a frequent and regular basis. You want it to be well-written and edited, dependable and available when you need it, and created to according to your own unique and specific needs.

Perhaps you’re a Marketing Manager or a Chief Content Officer for a successful company. Maybe you’re an entrepreneur looking to better leverage content for your own business ventures.

Whether you’ve recently lost some in-house content writers and don’t want to go to the trouble of hiring new ones, or you simply don’t have the time to create your own content, you’ve decided you need to outsource some or all of your content creation.

You’ll be pleased to find out that WriterAccess offers plenty of support and advice on how to use content for marketing effectiveness, as well as how to customize your content requests to your own specific needs.

But one piece of advice you may not have received is that you should consider asking for a revision on your first order. Which is perfectly alright.

Freelance content writers really do want to give their clients what they want and need. It just might take a little back-and-forth to achieve it.

So don’t be afraid to ask a freelance content writer for a revision on your first order. After all, your satisfaction is our top priority.

About the author

Bob P has specialized in writing online content of all types but has worked as a freelance reporter for a traditional print newspaper, and also has considerable experience writing press releases online and for electronic distribution.


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