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If you need quality, research-backed content now, the best thing you can do is outsource it to a professional SEO copywriter.
Finding the Right Small Business Copywriter
As you start down the path of finding a content creator, you'll quickly see that some of us writers are straightforward, easy to get along with, and truly care about your needs. We're here to make a dollar, and to do this, we understand that meeting your needs is exactly what keeps food on our tables.
Unfortunately, on the other side of the fence, you'll find writers who think the content marketing world revolves around them. They think that since they are the ones providing services, they can speak to you however they please, and it's these people who usually want to complete content projects on their own terms.
I often find myself baffled at the lack of respect that some writers have toward their clients. Many of them seem to have fallen off the wagon, bumped their heads, and forgotten what it means to be a good content creator. They have somehow justified to themselves that it's okay to put their own needs before the needs of their clients.
Here at Whitneycann, if we can't meet the needs of our clients as they deem necessary, then they are in no way obligated to hire us. It's as simple as that, and we think it's very easy to understand.
Yet many content creators float around in their own little world of content creation, forgetting that if they can't get the job done, there are literally hundreds of thousands of other writers who can.
How do we know this? Because we've seen it with our own eyes.
Back in the day, before we had our official writing team assembled, we were researching and contacting writers that we were interested in working with on some projects that had a strict deadline,. However, due to no response, we contacted other writers and offered those writing jobs to them.
Later in the evening, some of the first content creators that we had contacted finally responded to the job offer, only to find out that we had given the projects to someone else. Some of these writers had the audacity to think that it was wrong that we didn't wait for them to finish our project. That's not how it works, folks.
If you come across a writer or any type of contractor who throws a hissy fit because you found someone else to better meet your needs, you need to put this person on your 'black list.' People like this don't understand the client-contractor relationship. They forget that you as a client are paying them, and if they knew what was good for them, they would simply say they were sorry for not initially meeting your needs.
It's sad that we live in a world where hiring a good content creator has become so difficult. A writer-client relationship isn't hard to understand. At least it's not for us.
We completely understand that if we can't meet your needs exactly as needed, then you have the option to find someone else who can. And we won't throw a tantrum if you choose to hire someone else.
Just remember, you need to be picky when choosing a writer, or you'll end up with a content creator who disrespects you and acts like a 2-year-old, and we know you don't have time for that.