How to Open an Online Writing Account

‘It is not possible to open an Academic writing account, just buy it.’ This is what everyone told me when I started Academic writing. To a large degree, that statement is actually true. Opening an account is a lot of hard work. It is therefore not surprising that most people confuse this hardness with impossible.

You already know the story of how I started online writing (If not read my story here). At that time, I did not have money to pay for food and shelter, let alone a writing account.

To make matters worse, a decent academic writing account costs an arm and a leg. A mid paying account such as Eddusson will set you back ksh 60,000. A top of the line one like Uvocorp will set you back ksh 150,000. This was the sort of money I only dreamt of owning someday.

I had to innovate.

Within a period of three months, I had opened a total of three accounts. So much for the ‘opening an account is impossible narrative’.

But wait, how did I do it?

Follow me and I will show you the exact step by step process I used. 

What you need to Open an Online Writing Account

Visit the signup page for several online writing accounts and you realize you will always need four things.

1. The scanned copy of your Bachelor’s degree.

2. The scanned copy of your National ID.

3. The scanned copy of your Curriculum Vitae (CV).

4. An email address.

A few accounts will need a photo of the ID with the owner.

But What if I don’t have a Bachelor’s degree?

Who said the degree has to be yours? The three accounts that I opened are in the names of three different individuals.

What I did was to reach out to all my friends and relatives who have bachelor’s degrees. I then called, texted or emailed them requesting for scanned copies of their documents. Many individuals will be skeptical about giving you their documentation. It is therefore important that you pick your words rights. 

A few accounts will need a photo of the ID with the owner.

But What if I don’t have a Bachelor’s degree?

Who said the degree has to be yours? The three accounts that I opened are in the names of three different individuals.

What I did was to reach out to all my friends and relatives who have bachelor’s degrees. I then called, texted or emailed them requesting for scanned copies of their documents. Many individuals will be skeptical about giving you their documentation. It is therefore important that you pick your words rights. 

Below is a template of a message you can use to request for the documents:

Hello Cousin (your cousin’s or friends name),

I recently found an online job opportunity that has the potential to change my life. You have probably heard about it, it is called online academic writing. Over the past few months I have been reading and learning all about this new online hustle. All I now need to do is to get work.

To get this work, I need a little help from you.  I need scanned copies of your, ID, Degree, and CV. This way I will be able to open a writing account. I will be forever grateful for such help.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Yours Kindly,

(Your Name).

Get as many different documents as you can. This will be helpful as you try to open as many accounts as possible.

More about Email Addresses

Open a Gmail account for each of the accounts you try to open. This way, you will be able to sell each account as a distinct account. This is especially relevant when you open several account and you want to dispose of some.

Use the names in the documents when opening this different Gmail accounts. This will not in any way limit your access to them. As long as you have the password, you can access the account.

Finally, using an outlook or Yahoo account is not a good idea. Some companies such as Essay shark insist that you only use Gmail accounts. 

Successfully Completing the Tests

Once you have all the required documents, it is time to open an actual account.

Opening an account involves doing tests. Before you proclaim that tests are not your thing, hear me out.  These are not hard tests.

Test 1: Grammar

The first of this is a grammar tests. The gramma test is usually made up of ten to 20 multiple choice question. Most of these questions test your ability to construct grammatically correct sentences. The catch with this section is that it is timed. On a platform like writer bay, you have 20 minutes to complete 20 question.

Tip to pass the Grammar Test

Imagine you had 24 hours to answer 20 multiple choice questions, what would you do? Of course you would go to google and search for the answers. Allocating a small amount of time ensures googling is impossible.

It is important that you actually think and pick the best option right away. Try to look up everything online and your test will be terminated halfway. Reason, insufficient time. The only exception to this is if you have a few questions and a lot of time remaining.

Test 2: Essay Test

 This second test is a more subjective than the first. What you will be asked to do is to write an essay on a particular subject. Usually it is a simple topic like, ‘The Negative Impact of Global Warming’.

In most instances you will be limited on the number of words you can use. The average word count for such questions is usually around 150 – 250 words. There are however some accounts such as ‘Essay writers.net’ who are taking a different approach. Instead of limiting the word count, they want you to write as much as possible within 1 hour.

After the test

One you are done with the two tests; you will be required to upload the documents we talked about above. After uploading them, you will then have to write a little bio about yourselves.

This bio section includes the subjects that you are good at. Don’t let this stress you out. Pick any subjects that you are actually proficient at. To the best of my judgement this section has no impact on whether you get accepted or not. 

Waiting for the Results

Immediately after you are done with the grammar test you will get your results instantly. For the essay results and the overall results, you will have to wait. Different writing companies have different waiting periods.

Some like Edusson have a waiting period of three days. Others like Essay Writers.net have a waiting period of two weeks. Keep checking the email as you wait for the results.

Repeat Until successful

What happens when your application gets rejected? Well, the first thing you do is you do not give up. Take another set of documents and try again. Better yet, try opening an account with another online writing company.

If you do not have another set of documents that is not enough reason not to repeat. Open another Gmail account and repeat the application account once more. This is possible since most academic writing websites only block the email that you last used to apply.

Can I Open any account?

Yes, you can open any account. It is only that there are some accounts that are more easy to open than others.

The online writing accounts that are hard to open.

Writerbay and Uvorcorp take the mantle for the hardest academic writing accounts to open. These were the pioneers of the academic writing revolution. As a result, they already have a lot of writers who work for them.

 A position as a writer for this companies is also very competitive. In fact, the Uvocorp writer signup account permanently says that daily quota for application has already been reached. If you want an account in these two companies, be ready to put in a lot of work.

The Easy ones

This are probably the accounts you should apply to first.

– Edusson

– Proficient Writers

– Essay shark

– Research writers den.

The more you apply the more you get good at the process. Eventually, you will have an academic writing account that belongs to you.

To help you attain that goal, below is a full list of all the Academic Writing account that you can apply to. 

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