Hiring Writers

You Have Writers on Standby

Posted on October 28, 2008. Filed under: Hiring Writers | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Expressing yourself in the form of words can be a difficult task. You want to get your point across and you know all of the information you want to include in your writing, but sometimes it’s hard to formulate when it comes to putting it on paper. Depending on what you are writing, what is written can lead to a positive or negative response. Take grant writing, for example. Writing to receive an amount of money for any project must be clear, concise, and error free. If you know you can’t write well enough to persuade the awarding of a grant, you have to find the right person for the job.

Here is a Seattle customer who was looking for a grant writer to help fund their project. They used MiNeeds, a website where customers post any service they need and invite all local professionals to submit a proposal on how much it would cost to provide the service. As soon as the customer posted their need, every professional in the Seattle area providing writing services was notified of he post and was given the chance to place a bid with the customer. This process is automatic, and the customer did not have to do more than type up the post and click submit. All the customer was left to do was choose the writer that fit the qualifications they were looking for, at a cost they felt comfortable with. Talk about a win-win, nothing to lose situation.

Do you ever find yourself looking for a well written document but just don’t feel confident that your writing skills will get the job done? Look through the list of Seattle writers and check out their qualifications. And when you want them looking to write for you, just post your need and get the process started.

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Get Writers Looking to Write for You

Posted on September 3, 2008. Filed under: Hiring Writers | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Getting the job you want takes more than just submitting an application. Recruiters and employers seek someone who can summarize all of their abilities and accomplishments into a one page document. Therefore, a strong resume is what typically gets your foot in the door. Unfortunately, if you are not the best of writers you may find yourself struggling to get a decent resume together, and end up not getting a return call for an interview. You could always try to get someone else to do it for you, but where does one go to look for professional writing services?

Luckily, there is a place for you to turn to. Mineeds is a website where customers can post their need for services into a forum where professionals offering those services can bid on the project. Look at this customer in Seattle who posted their need for writing servicesto make their resume stand out and get them the job. In response to the post, local providers offering writing services were notified and invited to submit a proposal to the customer. After receiving four bids, the customer had a variety to choose from. And the best part was that they didn’t have to wander around looking for someone qualified enough to write the resume they were looking for. The providers came to them, saving the customer a lot of time and energy.

So are you looking to get that big time job but can’t seem to muster up a good enough resume? See if any of these Seattle writers offer what you are looking for. Still not sure? Go ahead and post your need for writing servicestoday and start receiving bids immediately.

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    The economy is undergoing a recession. So realizing all ways to cut costs has never been more important. This blog educates the readers on how to save money when hiring local service professionals from any occupation. We will share many success stories to emphasize our recommendations. Stay tuned!

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