We don’t just want to be another freelance marketplace. It’s our mission to provide the best possible experience for our members – that means a smooth pitching process for creatives, and quality work for buyers. To help us stand out as the quality creative network, we’re now reviewing pitches.
What does this mean for creatives?
Put simply, it means that your great pitch won’t get lost in a sea of unsuitable pitches. This means you should get a higher response rate to your pitches, as clients won’t be put off by having to sort through hundreds of pitches. This does mean that you’ll have to make sure your pitch is up to scratch. This is the criteria we’ll be reviewing pitches on:
- A completed, relevant and high-quality portfolio.
- A well-written pitch with lots of detail on how you can help the buyer.
But if your pitch doesn’t get sent through, not all is lost! You’ll get an email letting you know, including feedback on what needs changing. If you go back to the brief page, you can make some changes and pitch again.
What does this mean for buyers?
We want to make sure people hiring through Twine find the best possible creatives for their projects. But it’s hard to figure out who that is if the pitches aren’t great. We’re reviewing pitches to make sure they tell you enough about the creative, that their portfolio is relevant and that no spam gets through our system. This means your pitches will be of higher quality. You won’t have to sort through loads of unsuitable pitches and this should make the decision making process simpler than ever. And of course, with our concierge service as standard, we’re always on hand to help you out.
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