- What types of projects do you do?
- What services are included in your quoted rate?
- Will you make revisions to a piece if I need some changes?
- What rights to a piece do you typically sell?
- Do you provide a contract?
- How do you send completed documents?
- Can I tell you when, where, or how to work?
- What are your working hours?
- How do you communicate with clients?
- What is your average E-mail response time?
- Call I call you to get in touch with you quicker?
- Why can’t I get in touch with you instantaneously?
- Can you include my links in guest posts that you submit to third-party sites?
- What if I have another question for you?
I work with mid- and large-sized businesses in the financial services sector, as well as content agencies and publishers.
My expertise is the creation of B2C content focused on personal finance topics. Among those topics are credit & lending, retirement planning, investing, insurance, college planning, budgeting, and entrepreneurship.
I craft articles, blog posts, interviewed pieces, case studies, infographic copy, and copy for content upgrades and lead magnets.
When you work with me, you get so much more than just some words on a page. As a full-service writer committed to your content’s success, I include these valuable services with every piece I create. Plus, you can choose to customize your project with powerful extras that put your content over the top.
Absolutely! I want you to be 100% satisfied with the final piece. All of my pieces come with unlimited free rounds of minor revisions, so you’re thrilled with the final piece.
For blog posts and online articles, the default rights I grant for my blog posts and online articles are all rights.
For print pieces, the default rights I grant are first rights. By paying for my piece, you purchase the right to be the first to publish that piece in the format specified in our contract, and I retain the copyright as the piece’s author.
Want to purchase additional rights? You can request them in my online questionnaire, and I’ll provide you with a quote.
Yes. All of the details of our project — including project scope, agreed-upon services, deadlines, payment details, and sale of rights — are included in our written agreement so that we both have a clearly defined plan for meeting your project’s goals.
I will send the completed project to you according to the format specified in our written agreement.
Typically, I send work as a Microsoft Word document or Google Doc. I can also paste into an E-mail, upload it to your project management system, or deliver the project to you in some other format of your choosing.
The entirety of our working arrangement is outlined in our written agreement. As I am working as a contractor and not an employee, I set my own work schedule and process. Any meetings that we agree to have in our written agreement or by mutual consent will be scheduled at times that work for both of us.
I typically work during standard business hours (Eastern Time) Mondays through Friday.
I’m unavailable most U.S. holidays and take the occasional vacation or sick day. When I’m not in the office during my typical working hours, you’ll receive an automated out-of-office message informing you when I’ll be back.
I typically communicate electronically so that we both have a written record of each phase of our project. I use E-mail unless you prefer to use your project management software (Basecamp, Asana, etc.). When a conversation makes more sense than E-mail, we can schedule a phone meeting.
I am not available for Skype, video chat, or instant messaging.
If you’re a client with an active project, I’ll get back to you within a few hours during normal business hours.
If you’re inquiring about starting a new project with me, I’ll get back to you within two business days to discuss your needs.
I’m happy to set up a phone meeting with you, but I’m not available for unscheduled calls.
If we have an active project, please contact me via our usual communication method or leave me a voicemail if you prefer. (My voicemail response time is the same as my E-mail response time.)
Your project is important and deserves my full attention. As a result, I don’t break my focus and stop working on it to respond instantaneously to an E-mail alert or ringing phone.
I believe that great content is tailored precisely to what you need for your business. Your project is unique, so I don’t offer one-size-fits-all packages or pricing. You share with me your vision, and I provide a totally customized proposal and quote.
Of course, giving you a meaningful quote requires me to get some information from you. There’s zero obligation on your end when you contact me, so click here to request a custom quote.
Our written agreement will contain the details of our agreed-upon payment schedule. If you’re a new client, that agreement will always include a down payment (typically 50% – 100% of the total project fee) due before work begins.
I invoice via FreshBooks, which allows you to make payments easily online.
I’m unable to accept payment from a client for creating articles for its site while simultaneously accepting payment from you for referencing your links. Doing so without labeling the content as sponsored would not only be a violation of FTC disclosure guidelines but would also be a significant breach of journalistic ethics. Writers who fail to disclose sponsorship and accept double payment for an article can easily find themselves in legal trouble and rightfully suffer major damage to their editorial reputation.
Ultimately, the determination for whether a site/publication accepts a sponsored post is up to the editorial team for that site and not up to the writer. When a sponsored piece is accepted by that site, the business whose data/links/opinions are being shared typically pays the full cost for the writing of the article.
Still want to be published on your favorite sites? Here’s what I can do:
If we’re a good fit, we can enter into an agreement in which I ghostwrite an article. You can then submit that article yourself to a third-party site for publication.
In these cases, I strongly recommend that you establish an agreement with that site regarding placement of your links before hiring me as a ghostwriter. Otherwise, it’s likely that you won’t be able to get your guest post published or it could be taken down for violations against the site’s contributor guidelines.
If you’d like more information on my work process, please click here.
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