RWC will reward most active users with Fan of the Week award to foster greater fan engagement with our website
Online PR News – 24-August-2011 – – SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND, AUGUST19, 2011– ResearchWritingCenter.com proudly announces a new fun feature on our Facebook page. We are now able to nominate our most active site fan as Fan of the Week. There will be rewards for those who visit us most often and participate in our web activities. This feature is designed to increase fan engagement and feedback.
Our Facebook page has a burgeoning group of fans. The number is nudging towards an astonishing 50,000 people. This is immensely good news for our staff.
However, their level of involvement varies widely. Some visit often, taking advantage of our writing contests. Others read and appreciate our blog entries on the business of writing. They post thoughtful answers to intriguing questions. They offer personal perspectives on the issues we discuss there.
Others merely visit, look, perhaps read, and move on. Some ‘like’ us, and then leave us for months at a time. This latter pattern is disappointing to all of us.
Naturally, we want everyone to be involved regularly. We hope our fans to take advantage of all the great content we produce. It is all designed to help writers be and become more efficient and successful.
To that end, we have articles on all aspects of writing, research, and freelancing. We sponsor contests with attractive prizes. The website includes places to provide input to the way we do business, input to which we pay close attention, by the way.
In fact, we are eager for such feedback. A major purpose of the website is the collection of fan reactions to their experience with RWC.
The communication from our users often helpfully highlights potential areas for operations improvement and lets us know when we are doing something right. User commentary also helps us create and assemble new content that meets our writers’ needs. This can only be effective if our users communicate with us regularly.
Hence, our new award for the fan with the most active involvement during the previous week. This will highlight individuals in a positive way, encourage others to engage or increase their engagement, and add to the fun of the site.
We have a number of ideas for rewards, all of which we are currently keeping under wraps. Our readers can check for this exciting news on our website.
The rewards will be well worth the minor effort of stopping by the website and responding to our questions and discussion pages.
ResearchWritingCenter.com is a global freelance writing community where satisfied customers and skilled writers meet. Having been in the online freelance writing business for quite a few years now, RWC is here to provide stable and reliable job for writers all across the globe. In what was started as a partnership, RWC has grown to become a freelance network comprising hundreds of skilled writers and a dedicated support team.
We firmly believe that quality work is not a matter of geographic location, native language, gender, or ethnic background. Quality freelance writing work is a matter of attitude and professionalism.