Let's face it, not everyone is gonna use progressive delivery. Why? Because if you order a couple of pages with an urgent deadline, you will not need progressive delivery, so you can stop reading just right now. However, for people continuously ordering voluminous papers, the feature of progressive delivery will be more than useful. Let me explain why.
What exactly is progressive delivery?
If you know everything about this feature, just move on to section 4 of this post, where I go straight to the topic.
But, for those of you who don't know, progressive delivery is an additional service provided by paper writing companies when certain conditions are met. First, your order is voluminous and contains 20+ pages; second, your deadline is long (more than 14 days).
This service generally means that your paper will be delivered in a sequence of continuous orders instead of being written and delivered in full. It may sound confusing at first, so let me give you an example. Imagine you've got a dissertation to be done.
It should contain 150 pages, and it should be completed in 2 months. So, instead of making one order for 150 pages, you make 5 consequent orders for 30 pages with a 10-14 days deadline. In other words, progressive delivery means writing and delivering your paper in parts.
A lot. When used wisely and carefully, progressive delivery will provide an array of advantages compared to simple order.
- It's cheaper. I hope you agree that making 5 orders for 30 pages with a long deadline is significantly more affordable than paying for 150 pages instantly. Of course, academic help services will most probably charge more for progressive delivery, but it's still a better option for clients with a limited budget;
- More control. It's much easier to control the completed parts than the whole voluminous paper (thanks, Captain Obvious). But for real, it takes less time and efforts to control the order's progress;
- Better quality. As a result of improved control over paper, you've got an opportunity of managing the quality of the paper. You can revise certain parts of the assignment faster, or you can even change the writer without running the whole project.
- Improved communication. Your project will be one of the most prioritized orders in the company providing academic assistance; that's why you'll be capable of communicating with the representatives of the service more often. This also means improved communication with the writer working on your project.
Don't think of it as a magic wand, though.
You will not be entitled to all the benefits of progressive delivery just because you've paid for it (despite the fact that the academic help service might tell you so). You have to do your work, as well, so that you can enjoy the benefits of this feature. You need to use it wisely! How? Let me explain.
How to use it wisely?
Finally, after figuring out what does progressive delivery means and what its benefits are, we can move on to my recommendations on using it wisely. So, let's get started.
- Plan everything! You need to know how many orders you want to make to complete your voluminous project. You need to structure them accordingly and comprehensively. For example, the first part will offer an introduction to the project, the second and third will provide a literature review, the fourth will contain methods of research, etc.
- Think about your budget in advance! You should be aware that your project will still cost a lot despite the fact that you've been given the possibility to pay in installments. So, ask the Support Team of the writing company to calculate the prices of all the orders comprising your projects and be prepared to pay them when the time comes. Otherwise, any delay in payment will result in a respective delay in your work progress.
- Communicate a lot! Your project will take a lot of time and effort from the Support managers and the writer; therefore, you need to communicate your initial instructions and wishes regarding the project on a regular basis to get the best possible result.
- Revisions are okay, a new writer is not. Like, I understand, stuff happens, and you might become really unsatisfied with the writing you get. However, try your best to revise the paper with the same writer instead of looking for another one. The new writer needs time to get to know you and your project (especially if you have a complicated order with a pile of nuances), and you might waste a lot of time explaining everything to him. However, if you really want to, try to change the writer as early as possible to make sure that you'll stick with the right one till the end of your project.
As you can see, progressive delivery is a really great tool to manage tricky and voluminous papers. However, you need to be extra attentive and cautious to get the most out of it. Just a bit.