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Why book a report writing service through Airtasker?

Preparing any report, whether it's a technical, annual, or business report, can take up a lot of your time and energy. Often, having to produce a report on top of your regular workload can be too much! Thankfully, you can hire a trusted report writer through Airtasker.

Besides the convenience of having an experienced writer take care of turning your data into a well-written, properly-formatted report, hiring a writer through our platform has other perks. One of these is cost-efficiency. You get to specify your budget for the task, go through several offers, then pick the Tasker who best fits your needs!

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Where do I find a report writer near me?

You can find a local report writer through Airtasker! To do this:

  1. Tap the "Post a task" button, then fill out the task form.
  2. Select "Get quotes", then wait for offers from the available Taskers near you.
  3. Just pick the report writer who best fits your needs.

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How do you write a technical report?

First, create an outline. Then, start by filling in the sections with on-hand information, like your introduction, literature review, design analysis, and methodology. If your experiment has concluded, add the results and write the analysis, conclusion, and recommendations. Then, create an abstract for your report. After this, fill in the gaps such as the table of contents, lists, references, appendices, and acknowledgements. Finally, proofread your report a couple of times before publishing or submitting it. 

What are the rules of technical writing?

First, know your purpose and the purpose of your report. Know your audience, and imagine a person you are writing for instead of an entire crowd. Next, keep things clear and conversational. Avoid jargon whenever possible, and be direct and consistent. Structure the report so that it is easy to read - have lists, short sections, visuals, titles, and headings. Lastly, stick to a style guide whenever one is provided. 

Will my Tasker give a sample of a report they have written?

This depends on whether the Tasker has sample reports that are not under non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). If this is the case, you may want to interview your Tasker beforehand or ask for writing samples that they can freely share with you. The ratings and reviews section may also help determine if a potential report writer is a good fit for your needs. 

What do report writing services include?

Report writing services cover technical, business, and annual reports. The process starts with you briefing the Tasker about the report's objective, the data collected, any company-specific formats, and more. After this, the Tasker prepares the report. This draft can go through a certain number of revisions, depending on your budget and your Tasker's skills.

The following are what you may usually expect when you request a report writing service through Airtasker:

Briefing and organising materials

First, you'll need to convey a lot of information to the report writer. Since writing is about communication, you must tell your Tasker anything and everything you want to include in the report. During this stage, you can send the files, company brochures, previous annual reports, and other documents that can help them write a good report.  

Research and planning

Next, your Tasker goes through the material you gave and starts planning the report. They'll slowly piece together items like your industry's market history, the company highlights for the past year, any literature that either of you has reviewed, and the themes talked about in any letters to shareholders or dedications and acknowledgements. 

If you specified an outline that the Tasker must follow, they'd use the wealth of information they now have to fill in the blanks for each report section.

Writing and revising

Once the report has a solid outline, your report writer sets about crafting your report. The Tasker then sends the first draft to you for approval. Depending on your agreement, you may be able to request a certain number of revisions before incurring an additional charge.

Business, technical, or annual reports

Taskers can usually cover different kinds of reports. An Annual Report includes the General Company Information, Highlights, Letters to the Shareholders - from the CEO, Management's Discussion and Analysis, Financial Statements, Auditor's Report, Summary of Financial Data, Accounting Policies, Goodwill Discussions, and Call to Action. If you still aren't done preparing your company's financial statements, you can ask a local accountant to help you out.

Meanwhile, Technical Reports include the following: Title Page, Abstract, Acknowledgements, Table of Contents, List of abbreviations, Definition of Terms, Lists (Tables, illustrations), Specifications, Introduction, Literature review. Design analysis and methodology, Results, Analysis and Conclusion, Recommendations, References, Appendices. 

 Lastly, Business Reports usually contain a Title Page and Summary - includes what the report is about, how it was completed (i.e. data collection), main findings, conclusion, recommendations. This can consist of one paragraph or a long executive summary. It typically has a Table of Contents, Introduction or Terms of Reference, Methods and Findings, Conclusion and Recommendations - should address the objective of the report, References and Appendices (if applicable).

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