How I Get Paid
Every client is different, of course. I generally work on a per-project or per-piece rate, but I’ve also been asked to bill using an hourly rate, per-month, or through some other pricing structure. I’m flexible.
Here are a couple of numbers you can use to gauge how quality freelance writing is priced. These are general, but they can help you get an indication of what to budget for your needs. I can help with that, too.
$85 – This is an example of what I’ve charged for a 650-word blog post
$150 – this is the minimum rate for a first-time project from a new client
$900 – this is how much I recently charged for a 3,500 word eBook that included extensive pre-reading and research
$1,000 – This is what I recently invoiced to rewrite copy and add copy to an existing 22 page website.
$1,800 – This is what I recently charged for two rounds of edits for a 67 page e-book.
The more I write, the less each piece costs. If you need me to write 100 new blog posts for a website you’re building, you won’t pay $85 per post. Just give me a call and we’ll work something out.
Why pay for professional content?
Good writing makes your business more professional.
Quality content improves your SEO search rankings by telling Google what you’re all about. My particular value-adds include lightning-fast output, attention to detail, and extensive knowledge about how to write effective web content.