My Client Onboarding Process
If you’re curious about my client onboarding process, here’s a short, five-step summary:
You send me a copywriting inquiry, through either my Contact page or by sending me an email.
2: Zoom Call
We schedule a quick 15-30 min call over Zoom where we discuss your wants and how we might work together.
After our Zoom call, if we’re a good fit, I’ll send you a proposal, containing:
– The project scope
– The project goals
– My rate
4. Contract signing
If you agree to the proposal and my rate, I’ll send you my contract for you to sign.
5. Work commences!
Here’s the exciting part – once the contract has been signed by both parties, then the copywriting process officially commences!
Here are some general questions about me and my business:
What if I can’t make it to the call or if I have to cancel at the last minute?
If you can’t get on a call, don’t worry – I’ll send you a copywriting brief document that you can fill out yourself. Once you’ve sent it back to me (and I’ve had a chance to read through it), I’ll send you the proposal.
What’s are your rates?
The short answer is – it depends. Generally, my rates begin at $1000 a month, but they can vary depending on, e.g.:
The amount of work that you want me to do
Any expertise in the field that I might have
My standard rate always includes:
3 blog posts (up to 1000 words each)
5 pages worth of web copy (up to 800 words each)
2 video scripts (up to 2 minutes in length)
1 case study (between 300-500 words)
10 LinkedIn posts (100-200 characters each)
The rate you gave in the proposal is a bit high – can you lower it for me?
If you think that the rate is a little steep, I’m more than willing to negotiate. However, don’t see this as an opportunity to get work done for free or for a minuscule amount of money – see this as an investment on your part.
What’s your turnover rate?
As a rough estimate, I try to stick to a turnover rate of no more than 2 weeks.
Depending on the scope of work and some other factors, the rate might be shorter or longer. Whatever the case might be, you’ll always receive weekly email updates from me, giving you the project’s current status.
How many revisions do you offer?
I offer a maximum of 3 revisions, although I’ll do my best to keep them to a minimum.
Can you me send me your resume?
Sorry, I don’t do resumes. If you’re looking to get a better feel for the kind of writing that I do, I have:
A blog here on this website
A separate blog called “Dual Wheel Journey.com,” where I post content related to motorcycles, mopeds, and scooters
A portfolio page