Commonly Asked Questions
How much do you charge?
Glad you asked. I have two rates: non-profit/startup and corporate.
|Type of Content||Non-Profit / Startup||Corporate|
|Articles, Blog Posts and Newsletters||$150 – $200||$250 – $300|
|Press Releases / Sales Letters||$100||$150|
|Web Content||$90 per page*||$150 per page|
The sliding scale is based on effort. If I have to do many interviews at multiple locations involving a lot of travel, the rates go up to cover time and cost.
Will I have an opportunity to ask for revisions to content?
Yes. I offer up to two revisions as part of the process. Beyond two revisions, a $50 fee will be added.
Can you help with social media?
I am happy to post links for you, but I don’t manage social media accounts and this is not my area of expertise.
What about graphics?
Do not let me anywhere near your graphic designs. Trust me, if you do, you’ll regret it.
Will you help me come up with ideas for what to write about?
Yes! Now we’re back in my arena. I can help you brainstorm ideas for stories aimed at your target audience and interview clients who love what you provide.
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