Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 01, 2011
In addition to its popular self-service model, WriterAccess now offers a managed service program designed to help guide clients through the complexities of the content strategy and content creation process. Through the new managed service program, WriterAccess acts as a consultative partner managing any to all aspects of content management for its customers, including writer selection, writer management, proofreading, and project management.
“WriterAccess offers something that companies have needed for a long time: A fast and reliable way to access quality content created by U.S.-based, expert writers,” says owner and founder Byron White. “The initial reviews of the service since beta launch have been fantastic!” notes White. “After speaking with customers, learning about their content development wants and needs, and tracking thousands of orders, we saw an opportunity to expand our service offering and position ourselves as more of a partner with our customers.”
With content now an essential element for online marketing and social media success, clients are looking to connect with expert writers with experience and knowledge in particular industries. WriterAccess offers robust technology and a tested methodology that makes it easy for businesses and agencies to hire writers, along with a 100% quality content guarantee. To better understand the process of how WriterAccess works, view these videos for an overview of available features and services.
About WriterAccess: WriterAccess is an online marketplace and platform to contract writing services directly from expert writers, all screened, rated and U.S.-based. Protected by escrow deposit, clients only pay for content they approve. From articles to press releases to white papers to product descriptions and more, thousands of passionate writers are ready to deliver on any order, any size. WriterAccess also offers more robust managed service solutions designed to complement in-house resources and help guide the content creation process. Learn more at http://www.writeraccess.com