If you were hoping to find a set menu of content writing and copywriting fees, I am afraid that would be virtually impossible to provide because every project is unique.
The factors that contribute to determining the price for any given job include the length of time it is likely to take me in total and the level of skill involved — which in turn depends upon the purpose of the copy, the scope of the business or organisation it is for, the desired writing style, the target audience, and the level of research and detail required.
The length of the content is also a significant factor as well, but there is much more to offering a professional copywriting service than simply churning out a set number of words!
I am not the cheapest professional copywriter you will find, but my fees are competitive and may well be more affordable than you think. I charge a fair rate that reflects the skills and experience that I bring to the role, and ultimately, the quality of my work.
Good copywriting will pay for itself many times over — but bad copywriting will cost you a significant amount of money in lost revenue very quickly. As the old saying goes, "if you think hiring a professional is expensive, wait until you hire an amateur!"
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I generally charge on a per-task or per-project basis, which means that I charge a flat fee for the agreed job.
If you need help deciding on the goals for your content or in constructing your brief — or if you require direction and insights from a marketing perspective or aren't really sure what you need — hourly billing may be more appropriate, which is charged at a rate of £40 per hour.
I am also happy to work on a retainer basis with agencies and larger organisations that regularly require new content, that pre-schedule a calendar of set deliverables, or that often require content at short notice.
My per-task and per-project fees include up to two rounds of revisions after submission of the initial draft, providing that said revisions fall within the remit of the originally agreed brief. However, if you require amendments or additions that I could not reasonably have been expected to foresee – perhaps because you wish to add information or guidance that was not made available to me from the outset – this will attract a supplementary charge to reflect the additional work involved.
I will always confirm my fees for the complete project or relevant stage of the project before commencement, to make sure that we are both on the same page!
All of my fees are fully outlined and agreed with my client in advance — the price we agree upon for work within the remit of the brief is set in stone, and there will be no nasty surprises when you receive my invoice!