6 Crucial Steps to Write an Excellent Essay



  • Do you know why do students hire academic essay writers to write their essays? It is because they are confused most of the times about the differing rules of
    essay writing company us. A good essay should be written according to a set of rules, and there are certain steps which should be followed. But with the internet awash with generic tips, how do you know which ones are accurate and more helpful?

    To write the best college essays and score better grades, you need to abide by the steps that online essay experts follow. Your essay can be of any subject or topic, but the steps are universally applicable. Here are the steps to be followed while writing an essay:

    1.Deciding on the topic

    If the student doesn’t get the topic from his/her professor, then finding a topic becomes the first step. A student should consider his or her interest while choosing a topic. A student should also consider his/her knowledge on the topic and the literature review available on the matter.

    2.Brainstorming the topic

    Before getting started to write, it is really important to brainstorm on the topic and gather all the good ideas. Without spending time on thinking and finding new insights on the issue, the student will not be able to write good content.

    3.Research well

    After brainstorming, it is time to start researching. Begin the research process by collecting relevant reading material.Students should read all available literature well and jot down the important points. The points should be collected based on the purpose of the essay.

    4.Develop the Outline

    Giving a good outline is important as it will decide how the essay looks. The outline should be in such a way that the essay is logical and has the right flow. Students must make sure that the ideas are not be jumbled up, and the transition between the paragraph should be smooth.

    5.Writing Part

    When all the preparations have been done, start with the task of writing. Write the essay according to the guidelines, and the language used should be clear and straightforward. The content should be free of any error and consistent. The reader should be able to understand the essay easily.

    6.Proofread

    Never think of submitting the essay without proofreading it. While writing, we often make many errors which are not limited to grammatical. There might be a syntax error or a typo. So read the essay aloud or approach an academic essay writer for professional editing services. myassignmenthelp.com
    Following these six steps while writing an essay can help you fetch good marks.



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  • Half up front, Half on final delivery…...just like any good drug deal lol



  • @'Epoch':

    Half up front, half at final delivery. This is the method I have used since the beginning, and I have never had anyone fail to pay up the full amount.

    Do you have a commission document that clearly outlines your process? If not, I'd recommend drafting one.

    That's some good, professional advice.
    @'Supro':

    Is that the mole guy that half of HF is pissed off at?

    Haha, yeah.

    There is a lot of great advice in this thread, and I'm taking it to heart.



  • I get my payment, in full, up front. I have turned down many commissions due to subject matter or Client reputation. I have it spelled out that the Client gets 3 times to make changes to the image. After that, I go ahead as it keeps workflow moving along.



  • Is that the mole guy that half of HF is pissed off at?

    I usually ask for full payment up front (unless it's a huge project) before beginning work as some people like to look for an opening to scam if they know they can get away with it. Half is fine too. But make sure you have a system in place before starting. If possible, use a form for commissions. Makes everything easier to organize.



  • Half up front, half at final delivery. This is the method I have used since the beginning, and I have never had anyone fail to pay up the full amount.

    Do you have a commission document that clearly outlines your process? If not, I'd recommend drafting one. Don't leave it on your website for random people to grab and exploit, but rather provide it to those who email you and seem genuine about commissioning an image or series. Make sure you keep the revision number in the header/footer of the document, so if a commissioner who you have worked with in the past approaches you, you won't have any arguments if your terms have changed since the last time you collaborated (I have regular commissioners who have seen my rates go up, and this has helped). Also, be very clear about pricing. If they balk about it in any form, refuse the work… it's your prerogative. Chances are you won't get paid anyway. And my last piece of advice is be clear in your commission document what subject matter you will not do. It will save time and possible embarrassment on both parties behalf.

    @'komblkaurn':

    … especially when they don't communicate their thoughts thoroughly.

    Consider adding a section in your commission document that includes a series of questions as to the specifics of the set. What are the characters' ethnicities? What size is the male character's penis supposed to be? What emotion should the female character be portraying? Things of that nature.

    Also, as for helping people get what they are looking for, if the pose they are requesting is one I'm having trouble visualizing, I'll ask that they provide a photo from a porn site or something that will help me realize what they are failing to describe properly. It is a huge time-saver, a nice 'pose template' to work from, and it will prevent the disappointed "this isn't what i asked for" response.



  • @'miro':

    Yes, ask for at least half upfront sounds like your best bet!

    Btw, think about working on a set rather :D

    Yeah I'm leaning towards this one, even with honest commissioners it's just too much work trying to make other people happy, especially when they don't communicate their thoughts thoroughly.


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    Yes, ask for at least half upfront sounds like your best bet!

    Btw, think about working on a set rather :D



  • sigh this world…

    @'komblkaurn':

    … will ask for at least half, if not all money up front.

    half the sum is the most common practice in plenty of business.


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