How to Find a Competent Dissertation Writer in 5 Steps
- Make sure that you know exactly what you want from the writer. Take a little time to write down your requirements. You may want someone who will work alongside of you or you may want a writer who will take all the information you have and complete the work for you. You need to have an exact thesis for the writer to work towards. Writers are not happy if you pass on all the details and but miss out (for whatever reason), some important information that needs to be included when they are someway along in the project.
- Be prepared to take a bit of time to get to know your writer. Not only will this help the project, but it breaks down some barriers that exist when you rely totally on email as a form of communication. Use of skype or a telephone call will help form a bond on the project no matter how small the project. Be prepared to be honest with your writer, if you say you like the work they are producing for you, then when they give you the final draft you say that you do not like the work, so as you can delay payment is not good business practice.
- Writers are usually happy to show you examples of their work. However they are not usually to keen to spend time on producing a ‘free example’ that is very similar to the work you need for your dissertation. It is ok to ask about their experience and the depth of their knowledge of your field of study.
- Ask for recommendations from other clients that they have worked with. If they have no recommendations it may be because they are just starting out not because they are not any good. If you are not sure look at the work sample they have given you and then ask a friend to look over the work as well.
- Payment. Don’t expect your writer to produce excellent work for a fee that may not be paid or a fee that is not in line with their ability and expertise in the area. They will want some reassurance that you are actually going to pay for the work. It could be that you pay for the work as each section is completed. Do not expect your writer to continue to write if you cannot fund the project.