How I Help

I partner with small business owners and savvy nonprofit and B2B marketers to create high-value content that increases audience engagement and boosts revenue.

My services include:

  • Creating content that generate leads and converts prospects into new customers
  • Editing and updating your existing print or online marketing content
  • Team-based training to help your team write for today’s fickle online readers


Think I might be a good match for your organization’s marketing or editing needs? Here are a few answers to the questions I frequently receive about my pricing and fee structure.

How do you work up your price estimates?

Experience has taught me that no two projects are exactly alike. As such, my fees are determined by several factors including:

  • The type and complexity of the project
  • Your timeline (rush projects will always cost more so planning ahead saves you money)
  • Research needs
  • Client-specific variables

Typically, I work on a flat-fee basis with the scope of each project clearly defined up-front in a contract.

What are your fees for writing something from scratch?

This varies significantly and depends on several factors, such as:

  • The type of project
  • The amount of research I may need to conduct
  • Your timeline (rush projects will always cost more so planning ahead saves you money)
  • The number of rounds of edits you want (my quotes typically include two rounds of edits)

To give you an idea what a project might cost, I’ve included pricing for typical projects.

  • White papers, 5–10 pages: $500–$1,000
  • Brochure copy, double-sided three-panel: $225
  • Case study, 2-4 pages: $250–$400
  • Website copy, per page: $125–$250

What are your fees for editing an existing document?

I offer different types of editing services, from simple proofreading where I’m checking for typos and grammar issues to substantive editing where I may end up rewriting your entire document.

As a result, my fees for a substantive edit will be significantly higher than for a proofreading edit. For example, proofreading a 20-page report might cost $500 whereas doing a substantial edit might run you $1,000. We will always discuss your needs and expectations first before I begin any work. Please note that I also require a 50 percent retainer to be paid upfront before scheduling a project onto my calendar.

Sounds like we’re a fit. What’s next?

Take a minute to send me an email or better yet, fill out my Project Planner. I’ll want to hear more about what you’re looking for, so filling out the Project Planner will save us both time.

I’ll review your needs and probably exchange a few emails and if it sounds like we might be a good fit, we’ll schedule a time to meet via phone or Skype. This initial call usually lasts about 30 minutes and will give us a chance to discuss your project needs and expectations in some depth.

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