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Do I need to conduct a writer audition for every new project? Options
Posted: Friday, July 29, 2016 12:35:44 PM
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No, you do not necessarily need to conduct a writer audition to begin a project. If you already have added writers to your Favorite Writers list, you can use those same writers in any future project. After you click Create a New Project, you will be asked to choose a Workflow Type. You can conduct a writer audition if you wish. Or, you can choose New Content (or Re-Write Existing Content), and begin setting up your project. When you get to the Writer Assignment step, you will have the options of direct assigning to one favorite writer, or posting to the Favorite Writers Job Board where any of your favorites can claim the jobs on a first-come, first-served basis. New auditions are a good idea when 
1) you have a new Client in a different industry/niche that requires a specific background or skillset
2) you need to add more people to your Favorite Writers list so your jobs can get claimed faster
3) one of your writers has informed you that they won't be available for an extended period of time; 
Still not sure? Contact your favorite writers and describe the new client/topic and to ask whether they would be interested. 

Chances are good that your favorite writers are versatile enough to handle different types of writing! However, we have thousands of available writers so you can definitely find new writers with different expertise for each of your clients.
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