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How I Work

This is how we do it

You have a writing need, be it an advertorial, an employee profile for your company’s website, a brochure, a series of blog posts or anything else.

The best way to initiate the process is for you and I to have a conversation. That way, I get a sense of what you are looking for, plus some specifics in terms of available resources. In other words, from what am I producing the final product? Existing website content? Brochures? Phone interviews?

If after our conversation you are still interested in me writing for you, I will work up a quote based on how many hours I think the project will take.

Let’s get to work

After we agree on a quote, I will:

  1. Review all of your materials to get a sense of your product, service and marketplace identity.
  2. Write the copy in a voice appropriate for your target audience.
  3. Submit a review copy and incorporate any feedback you have.
  4. Submit to you a final draft.

Even though each project is unique, the process is more or less the same every time. And yet, because everyone comes to the table with a different set of expectations, I make adjustments based on whatever the project requires. It’s my job to manage your expectations and produce high-quality copy on time.

So that’s the framework, with all sorts of flexibility built in. Should you have any concerns throughout the process, I am easy to reach through e-mail or phone.

Don’t forget to check out my writing portfolio page or my take on writing for publications vs. writing for business.

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