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Frequently Asked Questions About Hiring Writers

IT and security writers usually charge between $20 and $40 per hour. Most freelance writers, however, charge by the word. Expect to pay 10 to 20 cents for expert advice from an IT and security writer. The per-word cost helps cover research and proofreading as well as writing. Spending less than 10 cents per word could mean that you don’t get the content that appeals to a technical audience.

Content creation services make it easy to find reliable IT and security writers. The best platforms vet every writer before letting them create profiles. That usually means the writers must pass tests and provide a portfolio of published work. Once you join the platform, you can browse profiles to read client reviews, writing samples, and author biographies to see which ones stand out to you.

Look for an IT and security writer that has some technical experience. Your writer may not have a professional degree, but they should have a deep understanding of how households and companies can optimize their IT performance and security. You should also look for someone with a professional record of turning projects in on time and following guidelines. You don’t want to hire someone who will fall through at the last moment.

You probably don’t need an IT and security writer with a college degree. You may want to ask writers about their certifications, though. In today’s tech world, many professionals focus on earning certificates that show they have mastered specific skills. They don’t always go to four-year colleges because the programs cost a lot and include knowledge they don’t need to join the workforce.

The answer to that question depends on why you want to hire an IT and security writer. If you own a company that addresses IT and security issues, hiring a knowledgeable, persuasive writer could help you find more clients. If you have a blog about common IT and security issues, bringing a great writer on board can improve your revenues from ads and affiliate links.

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Search top cybersecurity writers to write high-quality content for the cybersecurity industry. As a Scripted member you will be able to reach out to them directly, negotiate price, and start short or long-term assignments with ease.

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Stasia has a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. She spent 15 years working in the public school system before becoming a freelance writer, novelist, and blogger. Her middle grade novel "The Weirder the Better" was released in July 2011 by Black Heron Press. She has since self-published several eBooks and paperbacks. She has completed over a 1,000 articles in a wide range of subjects. Stasia has specific writing experience in the fields of education, health, fitness, technology, and law.
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Sydney Chamberlain is a content writer specializing in informational, research-driven projects. When writing, she focuses on delivering insightful, valuable content with the goal of making measurable impacts for her clients and their brands. In her personal life, she's passionate about travel, wellness, and technology, and those interests often tie into her work. You can learn more about her at sydneychamberlain.com.
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Scott Kessman
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I possess a strong 20-year background in marketing, digital marketing, and advertising. However, writing has always been a true passion of mine, and after working in corporate offices for many years, I turned my passion for writing into a full-time job. As a contract content writer for the last 15 years, I can craft engaging and informative content about a wide variety of subjects. I have also written and published two fantasy novels and a collection of short stories.
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I'm a programmer and writer; I've worked as a software developer at MIT, I have a BA in history from Yale, and I'm currently a graduate student in computer science at UT Austin. When I write I generally combine these interests by focusing on software, technology, business, and financial writing.
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Why hire a network security writer?

Not all businesses have apps, but every business has a business network. These internal networks house proprietary business systems and reports, along with sensitive customer, vendor, and employee information. A business network needs to remain secure at all times, which is why some businesses hire network security writers.

A network security writer understands telephony and network-related issues. They’re often experienced network administrators and web developers who have a passion for the topic and related information, making them great hires for your business.

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