Feature Friday: How to Review and Rate Your Content

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Feature Friday this week is hosted by our CTO, Matt Martin. He demonstrates how you have the ability to review, rate, and request revisions on your content.

Once a writer completes your content, they submit it to you for review. After reading it over, you have couple of options.

If you are happy with your content, you can rate and accept it right away.

After reviewing it, if you decide that you would like changes made, you can request unlimited revisions for up to 3 days.

We use gamification to constantly rank our writers. If they are recieving good ratings, their quality level will reflect this in real time. 

Fresh, relevant content is so important for search engine ranking, telling your brand story, and building a loyal customer base. We are commited to getting you the content you are looking for!

Feature Friday: How to Review and Rate Your Content

 

Laura Dohan

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Laura is the Marketing and Community Manager at Crowd Content. She manages over 2000 content writers, content marketing, advertising, and community at Crowd Content. You'll see her popping in on the Crowd Content blog and on twitter, @laurdoh.

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Earl Dotson
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Earl Dotson

Laura is absolutely right about the importance of fresh, relevant content. How great that we have the power to decide whether or not the content our writers submit to us meets that standard.

Georgia Potts
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Georgia Potts

Fresh, relevant content is a must in today’s commerce world. Without it, there’s n point in having any content at all.

Tay H
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Tay H

I imagine this would also assist clients to select writers on a rating basis.

auntieemily
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auntieemily

I love the fact that clients can rate writers. They should be able to do that on every site like this.

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