My general rate is between 15 to 25 cents a word, depending on the depth of the research, if photos or CMS building are needed, and other factors.
That being said, it will vary depending on the type of project (and can be higher).
In some cases, I can be flexible on the rate if I'm particularly interested in a topic or if it's for a good cause.
If your project doesn't fit in the services listed below, or you typically price at an hourly rate, let's discuss it!
This includes SEO-driven, upper funnel consumer-driven content and bottom funnel affiliate buying guides that rank on Google.
General, informational posts to match your brand/company tone and mission (without a high-level of research).
These summaries highlight the products you offer and break down the key points and benefits for consumers in a visually appealing way.
For Tourism Boards (CVBs), film commissions, and film production companies interested in developing a set of best practices on location.
Do you have a new sustainable product announcement? An eco-resort opening? I've written dozens of press releases.
Longer research projects about conservation, sustainability, and other related issues.
If you have a project that's not on the list please contact me with a sample of what you have in mind.
1. Project Requests Must Be Sent in Writing: I'm happy to hop on a phone call to iron out who your audience is and to talk through what your goals are. Sometimes it's just easier to chat the phone! However, I do request that project requests and details are officially sent in writing for reference and clarity.
2. Trial Policy: If you request a "trial sample," I will provide up to 500 words on the topic requested. If you decide to use that copy for your project, it will be billed accordingly. Additionally, I only offer one trial as it becomes very time consuming to offer multiple trials to potential clients.
3. Anti Greenwashing: I only work with clients who are genuinely trying to incorporate sustainable practices into businesses. This includes getting certifications, scrutinizing product materials, and providing transparent and accurate information. I recognize that the supply chain is far from perfect and that there are many challenges in launching an eco-conscious product, but if you aren't passionate about these efforts then I will not be interested in working with you. In short, your heart needs to be in the right place.