Okay, let’s start with the basics. How does it all work? If you are a writer, the first thing you do is apply to work with the service. You first go through an English proficiency test since excellent grammar, spelling, and command of written language are mandatory. Then, you submit the credential confirming your degree, experience, and expertise in the field you intend to write in. If the two first steps go okay, you will be invited for a video interview – it’s not as stressful as it sounds, honestly! Especially if you love what you do and are enthusiastic about this opportunity.
When you are approved, you set your writer profile, where you indicate your areas of expertise, preferred hours of availability, workload you are prepared to take weekly, etc. This is not set in stone, obviously, and you can change your preferences if your situation changes.
According to that info, your profile will display orders that are relevant to your academic curiosities. However, before taking the order, I recommend you check the details and comments by the customer just to be on the safe side. Sometimes, additional skills, like understanding books in a foreign language, are required. Also, make sure you check the deadline and – I cannot stress this enough – measure your pace. One rookie mistake I made was taking up every suitable assignment until my schedule was choke full and I couldn’t afford to take breaks. Don’t do this to yourself! There will always be another order, so you can afford to pick and choose. Quality over quantity.
The first couple of months, you are considered a newbie writer, even if you have worked with services like this before, so managers will check in on you to make sure you are coping alright and give you feedback.
As a student who struggles with writing, you will appreciate the collection of free writing tools gathered on the EssaysWriter website: free online paper checker, title generator, accurate citation tool, etc. Of course, most students prefer their word processor’s built-in features to run a grammar check for college papers, but some might rely on open-source, free software that doesn’t necessarily offer spellcheck and robust grammar features, so it’s a nice resource to have.
Personally, I use a citation tool quite a lot to make sure I appropriately attribute everything I quote. Moreover, re-formatting bibliography entries in a required style (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.) can be a royal pain if you forget which one it’s supposed to be this time, so tools like this are really helpful to optimize the writer’s work and ensure timely delivery.
I don’t know if my experience with EssaysWriter is typical, but I would definitely recommend any smart young person who has a way with words to check it out as a side gig or full-time employment – depending on your needs and constraints. You can control how much work you take, so it’s flexible while providing a steady income.
I rate this service 9,0. It would be higher if there were more corporate events and team-building activities. I know that as a part of a remote international team, the best I can hope for is Zoom parties, but a girl can dream, right?