- Aug 2, 2016
one textbroker author send me the above message
since English is not my native language
so if I shouldn't use Grammarly check content quality, how should I do?
I think option 2 is your best bet though.If you are incapable of judging whether the work your writer submits is grammatically correct, you have a few options:
- Trust the writer, and go with their writing as is.
- Hire a proofreader or editor who can be an independent reviewer.
- Use a program like Grammarly or Hemingway, and accept that the end result may be an improvement, but it may potentially be harmful.
Having said that we switched from TextBroker and various other of the big shops to using WordAgents (@stackcash) on here a good year and a half ago or so and the difference in quality is significant. With so much competition these days I doubt TB is your best option - I'd see it more like the equivalent of using a PBN provider with a sloppy network or someone hacking links instead of using clean outreach. You likely have 10 better choices than that out there...