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17 English questions out of 17

27 February 2022

Does Godot Media offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

- If you are new to Content Writing, you could consider this as a poorly paid internship where you get to work on a wide range of topics. - They usually have 10-15 jobs posted every day depending on your "level" and you could pick and choose which article/blog you want to work on.

Cons

- Terrible pay rates, even for Rookie Writers. - They follow a ranking system which they call "Writer levels" - there are 4 of them L1, L2, L3, and L4. Irrespective of whether you are an experienced writer or a fresher, you start with L1, where I would say YOU ARE EXPLOITED! How? You ask! You are being paid Rs 300-350 for a 1000-1500 words article! That's $4 for a 1000 words article! FOUR DOLLARS! Narrato claims to be an international Content Management and Freelancer Marketplace, but just like the disappointing stereotype that non-native writers can be hired for cheap rates, they do exactly the same! I'm sure they would not even dare to offer a native-counterpart this pay rate because they are very well aware that they would either be reported or they would end up with literally no Freelancers on the platform. I'm a Senior Content Writer with six years of total experience and two years of Freelancing experience. This is not the first time I have used a Freelancer aggregator platform, and I must say, their working model is preposterous. - Before joining the platform, I had seen a lot of reviews from the previous Freelancers who said how Narrato removes the writers after a few months even when they have high ratings and reviews. Initially, it did not make sense to me, but everything is clear after seeing their payment and working model. They remove the Freelancers with high ratings after a few months so that they can hire new ones to the platform and make them work for lesser pay. The vicious cycle continues. There are so many Freelancer marketplaces that respect the writers' time, effort, and experience, and Narrato is not one of them! I hope they would start treating the Writers with a little more respect for all the efforts they put in and pay them a decent amount for the work they do for their "international clients".

Terrible pay rates, even for Rookie Writers.

27 February 2022

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12 April 2021

How are the career development opportunities at Godot Media?

Pros

1. You get to work on international client requirements. 2. Wide range of projects - articles, blog posts, copywriting, eBooks and so on; there is no monotony. 3. Recognition for a job well done. 4. Opportunity to write for niche, unique topics. 5. Friendly environment. 6. Flexible timings.

Cons

1. Sometimes there might be multiple projects to work on, so it can get mildly hectic.

Advice to Management

none.

3. Recognition for a job well done.

12 April 2021

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27 February 2022

What kind of career opportunities exist at Godot Media?

Pros

- If you are new to Content Writing, you could consider this as a poorly paid internship where you get to work on a wide range of topics. - They usually have 10-15 jobs posted every day depending on your "level" and you could pick and choose which article/blog you want to work on.

Cons

- Terrible pay rates, even for Rookie Writers. - They follow a ranking system which they call "Writer levels" - there are 4 of them L1, L2, L3, and L4. Irrespective of whether you are an experienced writer or a fresher, you start with L1, where I would say YOU ARE EXPLOITED! How? You ask! You are being paid Rs 300-350 for a 1000-1500 words article! That's $4 for a 1000 words article! FOUR DOLLARS! Narrato claims to be an international Content Management and Freelancer Marketplace, but just like the disappointing stereotype that non-native writers can be hired for cheap rates, they do exactly the same! I'm sure they would not even dare to offer a native-counterpart this pay rate because they are very well aware that they would either be reported or they would end up with literally no Freelancers on the platform. I'm a Senior Content Writer with six years of total experience and two years of Freelancing experience. This is not the first time I have used a Freelancer aggregator platform, and I must say, their working model is preposterous. - Before joining the platform, I had seen a lot of reviews from the previous Freelancers who said how Narrato removes the writers after a few months even when they have high ratings and reviews. Initially, it did not make sense to me, but everything is clear after seeing their payment and working model. They remove the Freelancers with high ratings after a few months so that they can hire new ones to the platform and make them work for lesser pay. The vicious cycle continues. There are so many Freelancer marketplaces that respect the writers' time, effort, and experience, and Narrato is not one of them! I hope they would start treating the Writers with a little more respect for all the efforts they put in and pay them a decent amount for the work they do for their "international clients".

If you are new to Content Writing, you could consider this as a poorly paid internship where you get to work on a wide range of topics.

27 February 2022

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12 April 2021

Are transfers to other offices possible with Godot Media?

Pros

1. You get to work on international client requirements. 2. Wide range of projects - articles, blog posts, copywriting, eBooks and so on; there is no monotony. 3. Recognition for a job well done. 4. Opportunity to write for niche, unique topics. 5. Friendly environment. 6. Flexible timings.

Cons

1. Sometimes there might be multiple projects to work on, so it can get mildly hectic.

Advice to Management

none.

4. Opportunity to write for niche, unique topics.

12 April 2021

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30 March 2022

How is management perceived at Godot Media?

Pros

1)Above-average pay. 2)The enormous workload trains you to spit out serviceable content at breakneck speed. 3)Work from home available for full-time employees.

Cons

1)While they do offer better compensation when compared to their competitors, the workload is enormous. 2)Their compensation package falls apart when you look at how much you could be making for the amount of work you're doing. To keep things short, they'll throw you a peanut while they keep the entire bag for themselves. 3)They will do whatever they can to avoid giving you a yearly pay raise/bonus. 4)They demand professionalism from you but won't hesitate to behave unprofessionally with you. 5)They do not give their staff access to essential software that is necessary for the work assigned and then have the gall to ask why the work isn't up to par. Ex-They do not give everyone access to anti-plagiarism software, you have to 'ask' management and if management doesn't feel like giving you access, then you're accused of plagiarism if your work fails checks by the editing team. This creates unnecessary extra work for employees just because the company wants to minimize costs by buying fewer software subscriptions.

Advice to Management

Looks like the company shut down. Their turnover was quite high as they treated all of their employees unprofessionally.

plagiarism software, you have to 'ask' management and if management doesn't feel like giving you access, then you're accused of plagiarism if your work fails checks by the editing team.

30 March 2022

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17 English questions out of 17