How the magic happens
We will have a discovery call to understand your project’s scope: see where your business is heading and how I can help you get there.
Using the information you provide on the discovery call, I’ll put together a project proposal containing deliverables, the project timeline, and what your investment would be.
When you accept the project proposal, we’ll sign a contract agreement.
I’ll require 50% of the project fee before kicking off.
For Web copywriting, I will require you to fill a questionnaire to help me understand your product and target customers. I may also need access to documents such as product descriptions. The better I understand your product, the easier it is to come up with quality copy.
For long-form blog posts, I’ll require a brief that would help me create my outline. Once you’ve signed off on the content outline, I’ll start working on the first draft.
For web copywriting, I can spend 7 -10 days before I give you the first draft because I need to do research on your product and target customers.
For blog posts, you will get your first draft in 3-5 days depending on the scope of the project. I will communicate with you throughout the entire project.
Review and Feedback
Once the draft is complete, I’ll send it over in a Google doc for you to review. I’ll expect your review within a week. You’re entitled to two rounds of revisions on each draft.
Polishing and final submission
Once I receive your reviews, I’ll work on them within 1-2 days and send the “ready-to-be-published” draft or link over to you.
After the final submission, I’ll send an invoice for my remaining balance.