How much do copywriters charge?
That’s a bit like asking how much accountants charge – it depends on the type of project, time spent on research, the size of the job, and many other factors. When it comes to my pricing, there’s no smoke and mirrors. I will quote your project after I have taken a brief to determine your needs and objectives. My projects are all quoted individually because each project is unique.
What is a copywriter?
In simple terms, I am a professional writer. I gather facts through research, turn the facts into words, and create text (or copy). Some people also call this content writing. It’s another term for writing marketing material as a profession and can include anything from advertorials and brochures to web pages and blogs.
If it's just writing, why don't I write my own material?
Probably for the same reason I don’t make my own clothes. I could do it if I really had to, but it would be obvious to everyone that it’s not my best talent. If you want to make a good impression, it’s usually better to trust your instincts and go with a professional.
How long will it take to finish my project?
That depends on what your project involves. A staff profile or real estate ad will take less time than multiple web pages or a lengthy blog. Communication is a big key here … the quicker you review your drafts and get back to me, the quicker we see the end product.
What if you’re not familiar with my industry?
As a professional copywriter, it is my job to know how to research. I will ask you questions to get the information I need, and I will buddy up with Google for other bits and pieces. My job is to be familiar with my industry so that I can write for your industry.
If you’re still unsure, let’s chat