The Copywriting Process

What's it like working with me?

  • Have a look at my samples. If there is nothing that strikes your fancy, then contact me as I have plenty more samples where those came from.

  • If you like what you see, send me a message telling me a bit about your needs or schedule a 30-minute chat to have a more in-depth consultation. 

  • From the information gathered from our conversation, I will send you a proposal via Fiverr Workspace along with a set of terms and conditions for you to review. This is pretty standard stuff.

  • If you're happy with what you see on the proposal and terms and conditions, then all you need to do is sign electronically to approve the details and pay the commencement deposit. Technology is so cool!

  • I request 50% of the total project fee to get the project started. You have the option to pay via Wise, direct bank deposit, or via PayPal. Again, pretty standard in the copywriting world.

  • I will send you a copywriting brief to gain a deeper understanding of the project direction and your expectations (18 questions, approx. one hour to complete). Tip, it's a good idea to save your answers on a separate Google Doc so you can reference your answer at another time. 

  • From this information, I'll email any questions I may have.

  • Then it's time to start writing! Phewww. 

  • All work is submitted as a Word document.

  • I will send the first draft to gain your thoughts and feedback before diving into the rest of the work. I ask that you kindly provide feedback within 48 hours of receipt as it may delay the rest of the project, which would suck.

  • It would be amazing if you could provide your feedback as track changes and comments on the sent document. 

  • I will submit subsequent drafts as per the timeline we've scheduled. 

  • I provide two sets of revisions which is typical along the copywriting landscape. Any revision requests after will be billed accordingly. This tends to keep things nice and tidy for both of us.

  • Before submitting the final copy, I will send a confirmation email with a final invoice (Fiverr Workspace through PayPal). 

  • Once final payment has been received, the final draft will be sent as a Word document or wireframe, etc. The project's copyright is then all yours when the final payment is processed.

      Pretty straightforward. If you've got questions, I've got lots of answers: