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Why is there no "auto-approval" deadline for the New Clients Job Board? Options
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Posted: Tuesday, August 9, 2016 6:11:54 PM

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We understand the desire to know where you stand with every job off the New Clients Job Board. Writers have a right to know one way or the other whether a buyer will add him/her to their writing team, and also whether they have chosen to purchase the initial piece or not. 
 
For all other regular assignments to Favorite Writers, if the client doesn’t review the piece in time, we can auto-approve the piece because the client has already added that writer to their team, and there is some likelihood that the client would approve the content anyways since its from one of their favorite writers. 

For initial New Client jobs, however, there is a unique challenge when it comes to auto-approval. We cannot force the client to like a writer, and we cannot force them to purchase a piece that was primarily designed to review a writer’s ability.  The reason clients don’t have a review deadline on New Client Jobs is because these are not final, publishable pieces of content, but rather, these are jobs designed to help them identify writers they like, and want to add to their team. 
 
All this being said, the great majority of New Client Jobs are reviewed within the 7-day window, so we are not finding this to be a major issue within the system at this point. We will, however, continue to watch it closely.
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