In all seriousness though, you really need to step up your a-game. Look at my profile v yours. I’m not saying that to brag, but your thumbnail is really bad: the writing is unreadable and as Eoin says, what is noticable is the uncapitalized stuff. You’re not selling yourself at all. Plus the grammar’s wrong.
As for the copyscape… that does not inspire confidence. You’re not making any sales because your profile is rubbish. What does a blonde girl hugging a PC monitor have to do with your writing skillz? Because let me be clear on that: if you’re hitting up BR, you need a decent profile and samples to go with. As a writer, not even your profile and gig description shows that off. Combined with your attitude on here… well, time to switch it up or enjoy another year of nothing.
That’s the truth. It doesn’t matter about the price so much as it does the proof that you’re worth something.
@starshipuk I wouldn’t fuss too much about those details if you’re getting a great deal pricewise and the rest of the article is good, it’s literaly a find and replace function. Besides, I believe British education has switched to a K12 kind of grading system anywhere (like first year of secondary became year 7 and so on). If your niche is education, it will be worth your time to prep the writer on such things. It’s nothing to do with racism or anything else, just a variant in systems and languages. Now, if you don’t prep an American writer on a difference that you know to exist, that’s kind of on you, I feel. It’s easy to forget as Brits that we know a lot more about US cultural differences than they do us (via Hollywood movies or whatever).
I think that if you’re doing a video/audio service then a sample is virtually a necessity, but not so much with illustrators, writers and other more, uh, static gigs.