In this iWriter review we will look into how this service work also what are the pros and cons of the iWriter article writing service? I have been using iWriter for a couple of weeks now and I thought I would let you know how I like the service.
I have a weekly writer ”on staff” but I needed some extra articles and blog posts for a couple of my sites. I am trying to get ready for the summer and summer break having the kids home.
Love my little ones but I know for sure I will not get much work done when I have both of them home so I started to look into writing services, somebody over at Wealthy Affiliate told me about iWriter so I thought I would give them a try.
How Does iWriter Work?
This is how iWriter work:
2. You order your job
3. Add funds if you don`t have any money in your iWriter account. I use Paypal to do this.
4. Writers will then pick up the articles they are interested in writing
5. Within hours you have your article written
6. You review it
7. Accept or Decline the article
8. If you decline you can ask for a rewrite or hire somebody else for the job
Things to Think About When Ordering a Job
You can have more than 1 article within a job. When creating a job I stick with the same topic/niche though, I create different jobs for different niches just to keep things organized. This does not mean that it is the same writer that write all the articles, different writers pick from your keywords within that job.
Personally I chose to work with 4+ star writers. Then I know the articles will be of decent quality.
Description, make sure you use the description section. This is where I tell the writer that I want keywords in the title and first sentence for example. I try to give them as much guidence as possible.
What Are the Pros With the Service
Quick turn around, I have had my content written within hours every time I have posted a job.
Affordable, I have paid $5 per 400 words for a 4+ writer.
The great thing with iWriter is that you can build your own team of writers that you like. You save the great writers to your prefered list and after a while you can submit jobs to that list only and know that you will get good articles.
You do have the option to decline or have your article rewritten if it is a poorly written article. Don`t be afraid to use this function.
Some Cons with iWriter
Some of the writers are not providing good content but like I said you can ask to have the article rewritten or written by a new writer.
It does take some time to build up your team but when that is done you can feel confident getting good content on a regular basis if you chose to.
I wish there were a better way to organize your content that has been written for you, that way you could keep track of keywords being used for example but for now I keep track of that off site.
Over all I find iWriter to be a useful article writing source. Feel free to try it out yourself.