Feature Friday: How to Create and Manage Writer Teams

It’s that time of year where we’re all organizing our 2015 content strategies. With that in mind, Curtis gives us a quick demonstration of how you can create a team of writers who specializes in writing about your industry.

If you are new to Crowd Content, you can cruise through writer profiles and choose a writer who looks like a good match for your brand’s voice. Writer profiles include real time client ratings, topics where the writers excel, and many other stats what come in handy when you are vetting writers.

If you have placed previous content orders, you can easily go back and choose any of the writers who have written for you previously.

Writer teams make it easy for you to organize which writers you want on specific projects. If you would like a hand setting up a team of writers, don’t hesitate to contact your client account manager at any time!

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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0 thoughts on “Feature Friday: How to Create and Manage Writer Teams”

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    I agree that starting a team of writers is a good strategy for certain businesses. It can also work out for writers and make the working experience more convenient. But I think it can only work if certain safeguards are in place.

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    auntieemily says:

    I think that it is so cool that there is an option to create teams that specialize in different types of writing. Kudos to you, Crowd Content.

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