Add a link to your personal LinkedIn or Researchgate profile
Make full use or your Peerwith profile by adding a link to your personal profile on LinkedIn or ResearchGate. This allows clients to investigate their preferred expert even further and make a well informed decision for their task.
Make sure to have all communication through the Peerwith platform
Peerwith encourages to have all communication through the Peerwith system, so we can mediate in case of any disputes
Provide a quote for the entire task
After gathering all the information you need from the client, you can provide the client with a customised and personalised quote by using the quotation tool on the website. It is not recommended to communicate a price per word, page or hour. The reason for that is to prevent any miscommunication about the final price. We recommend using the quotation tool on the website, which includes the Peerwith service charge as well when communicating your price to the client.
Add a link to your commercial website OR
Add an email address/contact details in your messages to clients
Peerwith is a market place where academics and service providers can find each other and work together under safe conditions in an interface we provide. We allow our users the option to communicate and exchange documents in all formats without any restrictions or obligations, which is a great mutual opportunity we would like to maintain. To enable this, we trust our service providers to work via the Peerwith platform instead of directing the clients to an external website or an email address.
Peerwith is an open, transparent academic market place. We connect clients & experts directly. Please be respectful in your communication. Other users might not be as experienced as you, or simply unaware of common behavior on a market place like Peerwith. We cannot prevent any impolite behavior from our users, so we ask you, if confronted with it, to contact us and ignore that person.
We have a strict rule against unethical requests like ghostwriting, plagiarism, etc. If you see this in a service request or conversation, please tell us about it, so we can take action. We suggest you simply don't ask for it in your requests.