How It Works
With Textworkers, you do not post jobs, interview and hire writers, or manage your content’s development process.
You are assigned a dedicated account manager who oversees every aspect of your content’s production, including:
- Initial planning
- Writing team selection
- Quality control
- Final Delivery
Your account manager will work with you hand-in-hand during initial planning. He or she will then select the best writing team for each project based on your industry and content objectives. Your account manager will perform strict oversight to ensure quality control. Upon completion, he or she will transfer your content to our editing team to ensure all criteria points and objectives were met. Finally, your fully edited content will be delivered to you for review and approval.
Getting started is easy. For the purchase of small to mid size batches, single pages, or monthly subscription plans, you can place an order via our easy-to-use order form and get your content into production today. We accept all major credit and debit cards and PayPal.
For enterprise orders, you can request a quote and provide us with your criteria and order details. You can be as specific as you’d like in your initial inquiry. You can also upload a brief if you prefer.
Once your inquiry is reviewed, typically in just a few hours, you will be contacted by one of our account managers via phone or email to discuss your project in-depth and to review pricing and delivery schedules.
Once an agreement has been reached, you will receive a bill via your preferred billing method and contract will be sent to you, your accounts receivable dept., or preferred representative.
When the contract is signed by both parties and the payment schedule finalized, development of your content will typically begin within the same business week.
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The Information We Need
To develop the best content possible, the more information you provide, the better. Typically, clients will provide us with a brief that outlines the scope of the project.
Briefs should contain:
- An outline of the project
- The number of articles, websites, or product descriptions needed
- The approximate word counts per page or description.
- The objective of the content, such as conversions, SEO, customer education, sales, etc.
- Your company style guide, if available or needed
- Links to any sources you would like your content to compare to, such as competitor sites, etc.
- Any information you feel our writers need to have that will assist them in understanding your expectations or will help them create your ideal content pieces.