Choosing an On-Line Writing Service

There are hundreds of on-line writing services found all over the internet. Some are better than others, of course, but then, there are those that really bring the entire online writing sector to a new level. We are proud to be one of those few on-line writing services that raises the bar – and our clients’ expectations.

Your Life, Our Promise

Most college students have no shortage of daily responsibilities to tend to; they have friends, jobs, families, and a thousand other things to do each day. The time required to write term papers or essays can easily take over half a day or longer. Who has time for that? Actually, we have all the time needed for those time-consuming projects. It’s never been easier to select an on-line writing service that meets all your needs.

When you choose our professional writing team for writing essays in college, here’s what you get:

On-time delivery of your project. Missing a deadline can cost a college student big in terms of grades, and ultimately, GPAs. Hitting those deadlines is a must for our writers. If they drop the ball, so to speak, they simply no longer write for us.

Non-plagiarized projects. Never, under any circumstances, do we allow writers to steal another’s work without properly citing it. It is immediate grounds for dismissal and our zero-tolerance policy is one other on-line writing services have used to define their own policies. Our writers take too much pride in their work to ever jeopardize their reputations.

Talented, Educated and Committed Writers. Our process is tough; we’re the first to admit it, but we know the best writers produce the best results. We have implemented a stringent screening process so that we can confidently say we have the best writers anywhere.

Affordable Rates. We also know how tough the economy is. If we didn’t know, you can be sure our team of financial writers are more than happy to remind us. These guys focus on those accounting and banking projects and are a great asset to our on-line writing service. We have no doubt these guys never miss an issue of the Wall Street Journal.

Proper projects with perfect grammatical flow. We know how important it is to have a project that flows beautifully throughout the course of a project. If our financial writers are keeping us on our toes with the latest goings-on in the banking sector, our English writers are quick to remind us the difference between “who” and “whom”. We suspect they diagram sentences in their sleep.

Hassle-free revisions. No one is perfect and there are those times when a client requests a revision of some type. It might be a stronger emphasis on another element in the paper is what’s needed to make it shine. Your writer is more than happy to accommodate any changes you’d like made to your project.

As you can see, we strive to provide a balanced team of professionals for our on-line writing service. Those great writers keep our clients happy and when our clients are happy, they are quick to recommend our company to others. It’s a process that works when the policies are transparent and the business practice is fair and above the board.

Still have questions or wondering how we can help you maintain your busy lifestyle? Give us a call or drop us a line; we’re more than happy than answer any questions you might have. Also, be sure to check out the testimonials from past clients. No amount of advertising can beat the feedback from a client who’s used our on-line writing service in the past.

Custom Writing on Your Terms

You may be wondering how anyone else can provide custom writing on your behalf. After all, the whole idea behind the “custom” in writing projects is that they’re written from your unique point of view, complete with your beliefs or facts. Hiring a writer to handle your custom writing papers isn’t as “out in left field” as you might think. You might be surprised to learn that the New York Times reported in 2010 that up to 60% of college students in the United States reach out for help in custom writing. It’s not that students don’t understand their subject matter and they buy essay online cheap, it really and is as simple as not having enough time.


Custom Writing and the Subject Matter

Often, many of our clients come to us and say, “I’m a psychology major and I have a difficult custom writing assignment in a poetry class.” Most college students are required to earn credits in courses that they never would have chosen had they had a choice. Nothing’s more frustrating that enjoying your college career, only to have one or two mandatory courses that you simply have no interest in. This is where we can help with all your custom writing needs.


Consider these recent clients and their stories:

Ginni was busy with the many requirements associated with applying to medical school. Everything was going smoothly but there was an admissions essay deadline quickly approaching. “I know how to tell my story, I just struggle with writing my story. I knew I had a lot of demands and to be honest, I didn’t think I’d ever find anyone who could help. First, I’d waited so long that it was due in a matter of days. I actually lost sleep worrying about it so much. Not only did you guys reassure me that my needs and expectations were no problem, the writer you assigned to my project emailed me right away and asked me things that I hadn’t even thought about. He wanted to know if I was male or female so that my custom writing project would have the right “voice” (as he called it). He asked if I had any specific stories that might help explain my passion for medicine. I didn’t think about that at all until his email. In the end, the admissions essay he provided actually brought tears to my mother’s eyes. I knew right then if someone could take a few answers to questions he’d asked and then bring it to life on my admissions essay, then this company was one I was definitely going to bookmark for the next writing project. Your company has helped me with four custom writing projects so far and I’m sure there are more that I’ll need help with too.

Bettina was really worried about plagiarism. She told us her instructor routinely used websites like to ensure students weren’t taking shortcuts by claiming another’s work. We assured her that plagiarism is one thing she simply didn’t have to worry about. Our writers maintained their integrity and the ethics of our company and that our own checks and balances were in place before we released to her the custom writing project. She too has become a satisfied repeat customer.

Now that you’ve seen how easy it is for us to handle all of your custom writing needs, submitting your project is easy. Simply provide us with the specifics, such as special instructions from your professor, number of pages, formatting requirements and your deadline. We’ll take it from there. Your very own writer will be assigned and will establish contact with you via our secure messaging system. She’ll introduce herself and ask any questions she might have. You can maintain as little or as much contact as you wish – it’s all up to you.

There’s a reason why so many come to us with their custom writing needs: we deliver quality work that’s on-time and affordable.

At Large in Cyberspace

My day began like most - make coffee and logon by 7AM. Check email, browse the news, and visit a couple of online communities. Then to work writing, editing, tinkering with digital images, in no particular order, which is probably why this column is long overdue. It's been almost a year since my last occasional column - that's certainly occasional, wouldn't you say?

I have excuses. For example, I spend far too much time fending off concerted attacks by people intent on mining my data, taking over my browser, or redirecting popup windows to sites offering consumer goods or sex. This morning I ran an Adaware scan on my computer and found 22 new objects -1 Registry Key added, 4 Registry Values altered, 17 unknown cookies and other files - after only an hour on the net.

It was the usual culprits: Red Sheriff, Malware, adtomi, betterinternet, searchtraffic, gator. Not just invading my privacy, but wanting to alter my preferences. Like junkies who wander neighbourhoods at night looking for unlocked vehicles, rummage glove boxes for anything of value and leave a mess, data junkies who rummage through my computer are little better.

I don't like to lock my computer up tight, some of the new media work I enjoy requires certain permissions and plug-ins to operate. Sometimes I long for the time (oh so short) when the only people invading my computer were net.artists like jodi or absurd, when the cash hounds of big business viewed the net as a passing fad. It was like a borderland, needed no validation, pop-up windows were conceptual objects.

Today was a normal enough one at the cyber office. I dealt with several emails: one writer was concerned about a conflict of interests; another wanted clarification about their assignment; another was two weeks late. Then on to other online involvements: collaborations, announcements, and updates. All of which led deeper into my computer, editing images, mixing sound, interfacing with timeline and html editors, clicking on Eudora every so often to check for new messages.

A few minutes ago there was an email from a photographer in Edmonton. I visited there in October and met with some old friends and acquaintances, many who still don't have email addresses. I found artists still making artwork to hang on walls and writers still writing for print. Nothing wrong with any of that, for sure, but my photographer friend accused me of pushing pixels around without rhyme or reason. She said I should create something more meaningful, that artists should "convey a responsible message". This doesn't leave much room for dada or data-based art. Sigh. I guess it surprises me to find the world outside my computer operates much the same as before I fell through this hole in cyberspace. People still bake cookies and fish with nets.

There's a long list of artists, writers, projects, and events I wanted to feature this past year. For example, in August I attended the News Forms Festival in Vancouver and interfaced with Reva Stone's computer assisted installation (Carnevale 2000-02 - a life-sized aluminium figure of a small girl on a robotic platform who captures and projects images of viewers who wander into her controlled space); and was introduced to the work of Winnipeg artist Ken Gregory (including: How to Predict the Weather Using a Pig Spleen). I wanted to write about the experience, but real and virtual time slipped away.

Some of it slipped away reading the news online every morning on the writing research paper. Today 10 or so people were reported bombed and dismembered, relatively peaceful. A Texas woman ran over a McDonald's manager after not getting mayonnaise on her cheeseburger (it had to happen sometime); the Islamic Jihad vowed new attacks (what's new); the Premiers of the provinces of Canada signed a deal to work together (what a novel idea); a white, London-born 57-year-old man was reportedly trying to become a hip-hop Svengali in New Orleans (oh those Brits). The new political cartoon by Shujaat at gave me the first belly laugh of the day, but my favourite discovery was Holly Near's song, I Ain't Afraid. Yeah!

Sometimes I go off on tangents - like the time I googled a Turkish general (head of NATO forces in the Balkans) and tracked his career back to the village of his youth. I can easily spend a couple hours with sites like 419eater. Hosted by "a 41-year-old computer engineer from Manchester", 419eater (named after section 419 of the Nigerian Penal code) offers not only a forum for this new internet blood sport (where scam baiters can share ideas and victims) but photographs and audio files of the sorry criminals. I do so enjoy that kind of obsessive networking.

The sun has set and another day has slipped by - almost another year. Seasons greetings are nearly in order. But, to be honest, my favourite Christmas was spent in a Muslim country - all the respect without the commercial frenzy. Instead of gathering around a decorated tree to open gifts, we visited St. Nicholas' tomb in Myra. That was eight years ago and I didn't own a computer. Now I can't seem to drag myself away from the screen.

It's 7PM and I should reboot, run another scan and push some pixels around offline. Time to jack out. And, hey, if you think writing a column like this is easy - keep your eyes peeled.