JINGLE WRITER SEEKERS - How can Jingle Writer seekers make sure they will not be deceived?

When working or doing business online there can be a sense of uncertainty about who it is that you are doing business with. This is perfectly normal.

But there are ways to protect your interests and learn about the person you are contacting for their services.

It is important to always ask for references, preferably of people or businesses the other party has dealt with in the past. And take the time to check those references.

Talents may ask for a down payment of a percentage of the full amount. Make sure you are getting enough information to track such payments just in case there is an issue.

Musicians and artists in general are very protective of their work. When sending preliminary work, they may protect their music files by using such things as watermarks; low quality formats or they may simply send a small part of what you want to hear.
This is quite normal, so don't worry about it, just make sure that you will get the best quality possible as the end result.

Also make sure that the job you are getting from them is exclusive, and that no other company or person may use it, or simply so you will not be using another one's property.

Such exclusivity may come at a price, if you are not willing to pay extra for it, make sure they music that is handed to you can be used with no legal implications.

Be sure that any hesitations you may have regarding a Jingle Writer, they may be having them as well about working with you. They may be requesting similar information from you. Just have such information ready and be open to make it work with them.

If there is ever any doubt, or any issues regarding any Jingle Writer, please contact us at clientservices@jinglesmart.com so we can assist you as soon as possible.