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One of the questions that I would ask before hiring a writer would be, "What sites have you written for before and can you provide samples of previous work?"
What are some other questions to ask?
Do you like writing about this subject?
If you are trying to hire a writer to create content for a blog about cats, but they don't like cats, then it will surely show through in their writing.
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Do you have testimonials from other customers? I'd want to see reviews from other people who had purchased this service before.
How good are you at following directions? You should know before hand if the person writing your article will actually follow your instructions or will just go on their own path. You need a writer who can do what you ask or you won't end up with the results you want.
First you ask a question to writer can you write about the subject what you need. If answer come yes then ask him to send a sample.
i will ask whether your writing is handwritten or you are using any software.
i would like to ask whether he / she is capable write seo optimized content which is very very important now a days to rank our site.
Asking for sample writing is very vital to me, next come the delivery time. If a writer delivers within deadline, its good for me.
Yes these two are very vital.
First check their clients reviews, it will give you idea what topics they are covering and then communicate with them.
Also see what their response time is and the turn around time. If you are in a hurry for what you need done, this is very important.
Here are some questions I would ask an applicant:
What are the things you've written?.
How long have you've been a writer?
What kind of niches have you written on?
I agree in asking for the sample of work but the guarantee that you can get from a writer is not from the question that you will ask, nor the answer that he will provide. It is best to give him a short test for the benefit of your evaluation. How about giving him a simple topic that he would produce a write up of say half a page? You can then assess if the style of his writing fits your taste.
Do really like writing and do you like the topic I'm given to you? These would be my questions that I'm to going to ask and also I would ask him/her if they really are to committed to work. We can never force to people to work for us so it would be better to ask them and see to it if they really mean it.