FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: What kind of results can I expect from you?
 
Increased response from your marketing efforts. The form this can take will vary based on your business. Some examples:
 
  • Having more emails opened and clicked
  • Greater social media engagement with prospects and customers
  • More webinar signups and white paper downloads
  • Content that is SEO-friendly without being forced
 
Highlighting the deeper benefits of your offerings that meet their challenges, needs, and interests of your target audience is the key to a successful marketing campaign.
Q: What is it like to work with you?
 
People tell me I'm calm, optimistic, and low maintenance. Life is short. I don't like drama or angry, unpleasant people. I hope you feel the same way! A dear friend of mine often tells me that I'm an "old soul."
You should know that I am a full-time copywriter, and it's easy to reach me seven days a week. I write quickly and can normally turn around a project faster than you might expect. Just ask.
If you become a regular client, I'll even give you my cell phone number!
Q: Can we meet in person?
 
If you're based in New York City, yes! I would be happy to visit your office in order to meet you and your team.
 
Q: What if I need to make revisions?
 
Requests for revisions are natural and welcome. 
 
I'll provide you with my best advice and guidance, but this copy is for your business and you need to be happy with it. If you insist on something, I will respect your wishes.
Q: How do I pay you?
 
After we discuss the project, I will send you a proposal within one business day.
 
If you agree to the proposal, I'll send you an invoice for 50% of the project fee via PayPal. Once I receive payment (PayPal, Venmo, Zelle, or check), I'll begin work right away.
When the project is completed and you have given final approval — no further revisions are needed — I will invoice you for the remaining 50% of the project fee.
For particularly long or complex projects I may invoice you in multiple phases, but this would be mentioned up-front in the proposal.
Q: Can I work with you regularly?
 
If you have ongoing copy needs, why don't we set up a retainer agreement? There are several benefits to this:
  • Save time. Don't waste time searching for new writers and getting them up to speed.
  • Easy planning. No need to wonder if I can take on your project.
  • Better copy. As we work together, I'll get to know your company, your offerings, and your audience really well. My work will improve over time as a result.
  • Save money. You'll get a serious discount!
Retainers are normally month-by-month, but they don't have to be. Let's discuss what your needs are, design a package around them, and get started! 

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