I may be a Word Warrior with a passion for writing, but I’m also a marketing guru. It hit me when I took Marketing 101 back in college. I still remember the first lesson – “Marketers Meet Needs.”
You are my client and I will meet your needs by helping you meet your client’s needs through the following service options:
Create or revamp your Facebook Business Page and/or your LinkedIn Business Page
Improve your online following, expand your territory, and increase user engagement
Off-Site content to get you found by search engines
SEO content for your website that increases conversions and reduces bounce rate
Web content rewrite for SEO optimization
High-quality blog content to establish your expertise and gain consumer trust
Sticky Posts, Guest Blogging, Power Blogs
Evergreen content & Timely content
Marketing and advertising copy
Catalogs, product descriptions, brochures
Most frequently asked questions and their answers
Click that “Let’s Get Started” button. It will take you to a form to fill out. Answer the questions in the form as completely as possible. The more information I have, the better I can fulfill your needs.
The purpose of that intake form is so that I can see what you need done. There are A LOT of variables that go into pricing. Some basic pricing follows:
- Web Content: starts at $100 per page
- SEO Blogging (i.e., content articles-not web content): $150 per 400 words. Includes tags, categories, keyword phrases, and meta description.
- Copywriting: $30 per hour
Unfortunately, experience has been a harsh teacher for how to charge clients. Intellectual property is the easiest thing to take and while I assume my clients won’t do that, I must protect myself.
I am dedicated to protecting my clients, too. All payments are processed through PayPal. They have very good dispute practices for anything that goes that far.
In the lotta years I’ve been doing this, I’ve never had a client that even requested a refund. Your satisfaction is my #1 goal.
You will receive as many revisions as you like until you’re satisfied. A revision is exactly that, though. I do require specifics with revision requests. Simply telling me that you don’t like something isn’t a revision request. I can’t read minds. You have to tell me WHAT you don’t like and give me an idea of the direction you want to go.
The beauty of working directly with the owner is the flexibility you receive. We can add on additional services in the middle of your project with no problem.