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Mark McClure

Many of the busy copywriters I know are reluctant to take on short-notice or rush jobs because quality can suffer and, by implication, their reputation...

... pulling all-nighters does not a premium white paper make!

(I take your point about contacting selected writers. Some slots do unexpectedly open in their schedules.)

Crystal Bedell

Well put, Janice! It is also important to keep in mind that good writers know their limits and will not overbook themselves. If a writer turns down a project it is partly out of respect for everyone involved. When I take on a project, it is important for my clients to know that they are paying for my best work and nothing less. That can't happen if I'm overworked.

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