The search for good academic content creation sites can be a treacherous one. There are probably several bad companies for every good one online and if you are not familiar with any of them you might have difficulty telling the bad ones apart. Below are some of the features that the good ones tend to share:
In general, a company that will spend time and money on good customer service is more likely to attempt to give you the service you purchased as well and ensure that it meets or surpasses your expectations. If the staff is rude, does not answer your questions quickly or seems generally uninformed, you will not like any writing they complete for you.
Companies that want to give you good work will accept requests for a few revisions if that’s what it takes to give you what you want. If before you get started they refuse to revise work, they will most likely try to cut corners in other aspects of your assignment.
There are companies that ensure that all of their writers have degrees while others merely pretend to vet their applicants with that level of thoroughness. Try to look for hints that show which category a potential company falls under.
If you only need to get papers in a very common subject such as English Literature, the presence of writers on staff capable of writing on Particle Physics may not seem necessary to you. Indeed, on the surface it is not. But if there are writers capable of expert level work on staff in many fields, you can take this as a sign that the company has made an effort to be diverse. This is a good sign that they take clients’ work seriously.
The sample section of a writing site is like the display window of a store. It is meant to show clients a few examples of what they could receive of they make up their minds to make a purchase. Look through this section to see if the work is done well or badly. A site with bad samples is no use to you. A site with good samples that seem to have been stolen from elsewhere should also be rejected.
This process works well but is not foolproof.