At Write Way Freelancers, we offer quality rather than quantity,
but we are currently fostering a number of young writers whose prose
we intend to polish for our clients, so that they receive a product
that is a credit to their company's website, blog or newsletter,
and is free from the errors that far too many writers commonly make
these days. The problem of substandard English grammar and spelling
has become rife, so much so that most people don't know the difference
between English and American spelling, or, for that matter, what
constitutes apostrophe abuse. This is a sad state of affairs, which
we hope to do our small part to correct where possible.
Why should you hire a freelance writer rather than employing a writer
full time? Well, whereas an employee will do the minimum required
to satisfy their employer and, in general, put as little effort
into their work as possible, a freelancer is motivated to produce
high quality work in order to keep their clients happy and enhance
their reputation. So, while we may not be able to work 40 hours
a week exclusively on your content, we have the advantage of experience
and talent honed over the years by a passion for writing that someone
who is doing it purely to keep a job lacks. In addition, we can
produce high quality work in less time than a less experienced,
less talented person, purely due to our considerable affinity for
You, as a client, naturally know what you want, but If you would
like to know how good your writers really are, you might consider
sending some work to us for proofreading. You may be surprised how
many errors we will find in content that, to the average person,
appears adequate, yet to a seasoned writer contains glaring errors.
Then again, you may well ask, why bother if your readers are just
average people? An excellent point, except that to those who know
the difference between adequacy and mastery, those errors are obvious.
It will do your reputation no good to publish content that is not
In addition, we don't require anyone looking over our shoulders
to ensure that our work is of the highest quality or that we produce
the requisite amount in the allotted time.