At Scripted, our goal is to optimize the platform to provide the best experiences to the best clients and the best writers. To that end, we give writers the ability to find the "best" projects that meet what the writer is looking for. Below we've detailed few of the options writers can use narrow down available projects.
The first option is to show projects by pre-defined categories. They are:
- "All Projects" represent all projects from Scripted customers available to you, including those projects to which you've been invited. You can control the size of this list by proposing jobs to these projects or dismissing projects which have little interest to you - both actions remove the project from this list.
- "First Timers" represent projects from new Scripted customers starting their first job. Help us make a great first impression! Periodically, Scripted will offer a bonus on these projects. For example, the bonus at the time of this writing is $50. If the customer accepts your finished job and gives a 5-star rating we'll add an extra $50 payment to your account.
- "Warming Up" represent projects from newer Scripted customers who have yet to start five jobs on the platform. We'd like your help in continuing to nurture these customers through these projects.
- "Account Managed" represent projects from Scripted customers who have requested a Scripted team member to manage their account. While clients interact with the platform from time to time, you will primarily communicate directly with the Scripted Account Management team, not the client. We encourage Account Managed clients to create a larger volume of projects per month and recommend that they stick with the same writer when they find someone they like. There is a high probability of steady work if you impress these clients.
- "Favorites" represent projects from Scripted customers who have favorited you. Propose jobs to these projects and continue building your customer relationships!
The second option is to show projects that meet a set of specific criteria defined by you. They include:
- Filtering projects by project data:
- Project type (blog post, product description, etc.)
- Word count
- Public or Private (Invite Only) - Public projects are viewable by all writers, versus Private (Invite Only), which are only presented to the invited writers.
- Byline Required vs. No Byline - Some clients prefer to have writers include bylines. If you’re looking to build your brand as a writer, choosing projects with Byline Required is a fantastic way to get your name out there and build your brand.
- Filtering projects by client quality metrics:
- Minimum Amount Spent
- Minimum Rating
- Minimum Number of Ratings
- Minimum Number of Jobs Accepted
- Minimum Percentage of Times Writers Report Receiving Clear Guidelines
- Minimum Percentage of Times Writers Report Receiving Clear Feedback
- Minimum Percentage of Writers Willing to Work With Client Again