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In today’s world, typing is a skill that is undeniably important. We are living in an age that is completely digital for most of the time. There are so many benefits of understanding and mastering this skill. If you are a student, writer or a blogger, the skill can be attached to your goals. Sometimes, you might have more work than you can manage. This is when you need to call in the experts.

An expert typist should be able to make your life easier and not cause more stress. Be specific of what you need in a typist. There are people who specialize in typing services for students and other work with online content. Depending on where you are and what work you need done, you should be able to find a match. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of typing services online. Going through these numbers can be draining. I would like to give you some tips to help you identify which services would suite you best.

  1. Start online

One of the best places to find any service, is online. This is also the most challenging, so bear with me. You can do a search on Google and come up with an overwhelming amount of options. Once you identify the basics of what is offered, you can start narrowing down your search. If you need help typing a resume, start by looking for resume typist specifically. These are the experts in the field.

  1. List your needs

Now that you know what options are available, start listing your needs. If you are looking for someone who can handle a multitude of tasks, write all of these down. When you are communicating with a possible candidates, you are ready to get to business. Be honest from the get-go. If you sense that the candidates are responding in a confused state, you might want to check your other options. Remember, until you commit, you are simply shopping around.

  1. Check the costs

Many typing services will charge you per word, but this is not the case for everyone. Sometimes it can depend on the enormity of the job or if any research is needed. If you are simply wanting voice recording to text done, it might be an hourly rate. Have a clear understanding of what the entire project will cost and check that versus your budget. Also make sure there are no hidden costs. An honest typing service will tell you exactly what you need to pay.

  1. Go freelance

There are great freelancers who do a host of jobs. You can find someone who is willing to help on various websites. This way, you can have a lot more interaction with the individual you hired. Be sure to ask about the number of edits. Not everyone will take a second look at unsatisfactory work. A freelancer who is willing to edit until the client is happy, will be a great find.

  1. Courses

You can also decide to learn the skill yourself if you have some time to play with. This is not going to happen overnight, but there are some good courses and tests online. Start by evaluating your own typing speed. Take some of these free tests and see if there is any improvement. There are also great apps to download straight onto your mobile phone. Now you can learn at any time throughout the day.


There are various ways to find expert help with typing. Remember to give clear instructions and expert satisfactory results. A good typist will be clear about the skills to offer. You cannot trust everyone who promises you the world online. Look at reviews and customer testimonials if these are available. It serves as a great guide. Ask for examples of previous work done by the typist. You will be able to see if the type of writing is similar to what you had in mind.