So You Wanna Hire a Freelance Writer?
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Do you honestly need freelance writing services?
Nope, you don’t. You can get by without them.
Words are sneaky. The content you write indirectly tells people what to think of you. You shouldn’t have to spell it out. Your organization’s values and strengths should ooze off the page. It’s what your content doesn’t explicitly say that matters most.
Everyone makes mistakes, but professionals can’t afford them. One study estimated that typos cost online businesses millions. Factor in a bland website, no newsletter, and weak promotional materials, and it’s easy to see how content dramatically impacts success.
So the question is not whether you have to hire a professional writer. The question is whether you want your content to convey the precision and enthusiasm that sets you apart from the noise. It’s time to connect people to the great work you’re doing.
How to Choose the Best Copywriter for Your Project
Using a copywriter for your projects is always a good idea. You’ll end up with better results and less stress. But that’s only true if you choose the right copywriter for the work you need completed. Below are a few tips that will help you make the best decision possible:
Review the Web Site
Before you hire any writer whether from your country or foreign, you should always take a look at their web site. That’s going to give you a lot of insight into the copywriter’s work and professionalism. A sloppy site filled with grammar and spelling errors is a sign that you should search elsewhere.
Looking at samples of the writer’s work is always a good idea, too. Try to see a portfolio if possible so you can make sure they aren’t just showing you the best piece they’ve ever written or a piece written by a talented member of their team who may not be the one doing your writing.
Talk to the Writer
Communicate with the potential copywriter before you hire him or her. First, you need to know they are available when you need updates or to discuss the project so this would be a good test. Additionally, you can talk to the copywriter about his or her writing process. You want to make sure they have a clear idea of who to complete your project.
Before you make any decisions, you should know how much the copywriter is going to charge. You should think about the rates not just for this single project but also for future work in the event that you really like the job he or she provides. Keep in mind that you don’t want to look only at price because in copywriting you usually get what you pay for.
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