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All fees listed below are subject to our upcoming discussion about your project, factoring in considerations such as the per-piece length, overall scope, and difficulty of research and the anticipated time frame. If you prefer a per-project quote, I am happy to discuss that option as well.

For larger orders—in terms of time and/or scope—I am open to discussing a flat fee that factors in overall time needed for research and writing, possible time lost working with other clients, the need to hire an editor/proofreader for quality assurance, and any necessary revisions/edits

My preferred method of fee payment is via PayPal.

Freelance Writing Rates

  • Advertising/Copywriting: .75-$1/word (or on a per-piece basis)
  • Blog Posts/Articles: .25-$1/word or $250 per 1,000 word blog post, for example, for minimal research and $300 or higher for more in-depth research
  • Brochures: .25-$1/word (or on a per-piece basis)
  • Copyediting: $20/hour
  • eBooks: .20/word or $1,000 per 5,000 word eBook
  • Fact Checking: $25-50/hour
  • Ghostwriting: .25-$1/word
  • Line Editing: $25/hour
  • Manuals for Workplace Health and Safety, Instruction, Employee Guidelines and Internet Policy: TBD based on scope, anticipated time, and research
  • Newsletter Articles: .20/word with light-to-no research/interviews and .50/word with more intensive research and interviews
  • Newsletter Production (Content, Design and Images): TBD
  • Images: TBD
  • Press Releases: .75-$1/word (or on a per-piece basis)
  • Proofreading: $3/page
  • Scripts: TBD
  • Social Media Posts: .75-$1/word
  • Tech Editing: $20/hour
  • Technical Writing: .50-$1/word (or on a per-piece basis)
  • Web Content : .50-$1/word (or on a per-piece basis)
  • White Papers: .75/word for 999 words and fewer and light research and .75-$1.50/word for 1,000 words and up with more intensive research

Also, revisions are a natural part of the relationship between a writer and client. I will happily perform two rounds of revisions. If you are still not satisfied at that point, we may need to discuss possible underlying issues.