Articles by Kjerstin Wood

Users: Super Awesome-Sauce Ways to Use Content Runner for Project Management

Users: Super Awesome-Sauce Ways to Use Content Runner for Project Management

Content Runner has a variety of features set in place specifically to make your life easier! Did you know that you are able to upload multiple articles at once using our handy CSV form? Are you using filters to sort through all of the articles writers are working on or have submitted to you for review? Let’s go over a few of our tools that can make any User an efficient project manager on Content Runner: Uploading Multiple Articles When looking at your dashboard, you are probably used to seeing […]

Guest Post: Finding Success on Content Runner

Guest Post: Finding Success on Content Runner

Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog written by one of our fabulous Writers on Content Runner, her username is michregtydy and she has written more than 1,000 articles for Users on the site. She’s here to share some tips for both Users and Writers on how to successfully use the Content Runner platform! Thanks, michregtydy! For those of you new to the Content Runner platform, you may wonder how you can hit the ground running and take off on a successful writing experience. As a writer who’s been with CR almost […]

For Writers: Importance of Updating Your Profile

For Writers: Importance of Updating Your Profile

So, you’ve joined Content Runner. Hooray! The best next step for new—and existing—Writers is to fill out your profile with as much detail as possible. Not only is this a chance to show off your writing skills, it shows that you are invested in using the marketplace and want to put your best foot forward for the Users. Having a good profile picture, uploading writing samples and writing a brief but interesting description are all very importantProfile Photos The photos have to be reviewed and accepted by the Content Runner […]

How to Hit a Word Count Without Repeating Yourself

How to Hit a Word Count Without Repeating Yourself

Many of us remember the numerous struggles we faced writing high school and/or college essays. In fact, many of us still use the outlines we were taught to structure our own writing today. When it comes to hitting a required word count, having an outline and uniform approach can be helpful, but should be accompanied with other best practices. DO: Make an Outline Design the outline in a way that makes sense to you. Put thought into it. Remember—you as a Writer have your own unique set of skills and […]

Understanding the Writer Ratings System

Understanding the Writer Ratings System

When you view Writer profiles, you may have noticed a list of ratings below the Writer’s profile photo and location. These are a valuable part of Content Runner—it allows Users to view how successful a Writer has been throughout the entire process of getting an order to the order being accepted by the User. We wanted to give you a little breakdown on what these ratings mean, and why it is important to rate the content produced for you by a Writer: Average Rating This is where you can see […]

For Writers: How-To Post an Offering for Social Media Content Writing

For Writers: How-To Post an Offering for Social Media Content Writing

Offerings—a fun way to get more jobs in the areas in which you, as a Writer, specialize! For Users, this may be a place to find new or interesting writing projects that you haven’t thought of purchasing, but could be a great value-add for your content needs. Writers familiar with posting Offerings know that you can create up to four detailed descriptions of what content skills you have to offer, and how much you charge for those services. What you may not realize is that aside from the more technical […]

Plagiarism: Don’t Do it & How to Avoid Doing it

Plagiarism: Don’t Do it & How to Avoid Doing it

The Internet is a plethora of information, and while it may have been easy to avoid plagiarizing in your writing while doing book research and writing bibliographies in high school and in college, it is easy to fall into the bad habit of not citing your sources. This can lead to unintentional plagiarism. While it may seem benign, it is still an issue. People work hard to get their information out there to the masses—make sure you’re giving credit where credit is due. Hyperlinking—Oh Boy! It is super easy to […]