- 4.015 Jul 2021
A good place to build your writing skills.Freelance Content WriterCurrent Freelancer, more than 3 yearsBengaluru
Great availability of work, lenient deadlines, good working environment, friendly co-workers.
Availability of desirable topics can be scarce.
- 1.030 Oct 2014Anonymous ContractorCurrent Contractor, less than 1 year
They have good interface in place for writers. But that's about it.
Where do I start, no proper communication from any management. When you start a project, no details are given on the client requirements and a vague topic is given off to start with. When you do give your best shot, the "editors" who I suppose have a classic syndrome of "trying to prolong work and seem as if you are busy during work hours" are not happy with it. Good content starts with good requirements to the writer! Makes you wonder if the management themselves know anything about the client requirements or the project. How about you guys get a clear understanding of the project first and explain requirements to the writer who is writing it? I suppose it is hard and "expensive" to train new employees, but how hard is it to mail them a clear document of your requirements and errors on grounds the article will be rejected? Or do you want to keep it a secret, so that you will not be liable to pay the writer, but unethically edit content from them without paying them??? As far as pay is concerned, the company gets 420 rs per 500 words. It gives 150 rs per 500 words for writers.4