Thanks for giving me a shot! If you’re here by accident, welcome. If you’re here by invite, welcome back! Information on what I do, what I can do for you, and what I charge can be found below. If you’re not finding your answer, please feel free to ask additional questions in your Project Description in the consumer order form below, or contact me separately.
Table of Contents:
- What Services Do You Provide?
- What Do You Charge?
- What’s Included?
- What is a Kill Fee?
- What Have You Written About Before?
- Consumer Order Form
- Terms for Package Deals And Additional Services
What Services Do You Provide?
I provide professional, clean copy suitable for print or web content. Types of services I include are:
- Web Pages
- Blog Posts
- Social Media Blurbs
- Short stories
- Anything else you need done:)
What Do You Charge?
My current rate is an average of $0.18 per word. I say “average” because I prefer to price via flat rates once the project is discussed. For example, if you’d like a 500-word blog post that ends up being 524 words, rather than charge you $94.32, I’d charge $90, which would be the flat rate discussed prior.
There is also a 25% kill fee for every project.
That varies depending on personal desires for the project. As for the copy itself, it comes with two free edits before we discuss extra pricing. However, if the first submitted draft is considered inadequate or completely off base from the desired outcome, that draft will be tossed out the window and we’ll start over fresh.
There’s never any need for you to pay for substandard work.
What is a “Kill Fee?”
It sounds scary, I know, but it’s not that bad. The 25% kill fee is just a non-refundable down payment toward whatever the project total is. It covers the time spent on the project should an event happen where the project has to be canceled after it’s already started. For example, if it’s a piece about an upcoming business that suddenly pulls the plug right before their grand opening due to something like coronavirus, the kill fee covers the portion of work that’s already done before the project was canceled.
Again, however, the kill fee is not applicable to projects that are canceled due to substandard work. If the first submission and subsequent revisions remain against the desires of the consumer, or the project discontinued before any actual work had begun, the kill fee is refunded.
What Have You Written About Before?
I’ve worked with a number of clients over the years and written about a wide variety of topics, including, but not limited to:
- Food/best food locations
- Wine/local wineries
- Beer/local breweries
- Coffee/local coffee shops
- Fitness and exercise
- Interviews with local business owners, musicians, travelers, and more
- Mold removal from the home
- Personal injury lawsuits
- Using the title of your vehicle as a pawn for a loan
- HVAC maintenance
- Popular tours and haunted history
- Various personal anecdotes and advice posts
- Whatever you’ve got waiting for me!
At this time, you’ve probably come to this page by direct invite — so thank you, and welcome! If you haven’t been directly invited, thank you even more! Below is a(n optional) form to place a prospective order for a project, as well as a list of average prices. This order form does not charge you for anything, so don’t let the prices scare you! They’re just there for your reference when considering the project you’d like completed. Please make your selections so we may discuss the project in detail and proceed from there.