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    Richard Russel
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    It’s important to know with whom you are dealing with. A writer can make or literally break your brand. As content is considered as the king of digital marketing. You need to make sure the content you produce is of high quality. So, check the years of experience when you plan to hire the best ghost writers. Verify his experience and check his writing quality. Evaluate his behavior with respect to his communication skills. All of these traits are important to observe. What do you think about it?

    • This topic was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by Every Writer Every Writer.
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    Every Writer
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    Awe, look our forums first spam! Gettin’ a little misty eyed….I think one of the important traits of a professional writer is that he doesn’t spam a forum with a essay writing service. What do you think? Do you feel that writers who are promoting a 3rd party can be trusted?

    #12587
    Every Writer
    Every Writer
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    Hey, I hope this wasn’t too harsh. I am happy you signed up, and I didn’t mean to be smart. I was trying to be a little jokey about it. I won’t remove it for now, and I’m happy to talk about this subject.

    I think it is very important, if you are going to spend your money on a writer, to know that he/she is a professional. So exploring this idea isn’t a bad idea.

    One thing I think people should look for is responsiveness. If the author doesn’t get back to you quickly, it’s probably a bad idea to hire them.

    #12906
    Loretta Martin
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    Not only spam, but poor writing to boot.

    “It’s important to know with whom you are dealing with.” –Prepositional phrase (with whom) ending with repeated preposition (with). Um, no.

    “As content is considered as the king of digital marketing.” –Fragment

    Is is coincidence that two Russells link to the same ghost writing article? –BTW: ghostwriting is one word, not two.

    Pro writers should not be poor writers. Think no one will notice? Think again.

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