Common questions I get asked about my Web Content Writing Service includes the following. If you can’t find answers to your questions below, reach me at

[learn_more caption=”Why should I use your web content writing service”] In addition to persuasive and compelling website pages, you’ll as well get a 15% discount anytime your referral use my web content writing service.[/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”Any difference between blog posts, articles, and web contents? Which is best for me?”] I have already done justice to the difference between an article and a blog post on the blog post writing service FAQs page and the article writing services FAQs page respectively. Web contents are those type of writing done with the intention to get a person to make a decision that’ll get them to perform specific actions. Say purchase of your new eBook, subscription to your website’s newsletter or to an upcoming webinar.

I usually recommend you catch them (your targeted readers) with the short and sweet type of writing — of course, you guessed right — blog posts. Then once you notice those readers are becoming returning visitors (there are many tools on the web to figure this out) you can then follow with articles that are rich in information. Short- or the long-form articles, you’ll want to look at articles that contain stats, facts, infographics, influencers’ insights, and your own insights (which, of course, must show experience and in-depth knowledge of the subject matter). [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”Who will handle my content writing project?”] I’ll personally write, review, and submit your copies. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”You are a writer. What about content writing assignments involving web or graphics designs?”] I can collaborate with web and/or graphic designers (including those in your team) when need be. Still, I may refer you to other professionals if you don’t mind. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”What about deadlines?”] I don’t miss deadlines. You’ll receive your deliverables as stated in our contract. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”Who retains the right to the deliverables after submission?”] You own it after payment for the deliverables had been paid in full. However, after submission and approval, I may not be liable for how or what my deliverables are used for. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”What are your fees and how do you quote projects?”] For project predictability and clarity of project scope and deliverables, I charge per project. Provided project scope is retained, project fee does not change. All fees include two rounds of revisions. If you’re reaching out to me via my email [], let me know if you’ll like me to send you a general schedule fee or a fee for a specific project. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”How will you handle revisions for a project”] If revisions will not alter the scope and/or format of the project, I can offer up to two rounds of revisions. To be attended to only within 30 days of initial submission. Unless project workload is very tiny, I usually create the first draft of a project then send it over for feedback and approval. Once I get a nod, I’ll proceed with the final draft, which will be submitted alongside the revisions of the first draft. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”I need my copies really fast. You can help?”] I can help, only that a 30% rush fee will apply. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”What results are you promising me?”] I am pledging my full commitment to your project so long there is an existing contract. I am promising articles that meet standards, such as are grammatically sound and as can be used to communicate your website’s message to your (targeted) audiences.

[learn_more caption=”What process would you follow to start and complete my project?”] For instance, If I receive your message in my mailbox right about now, I’ll correspond you to know if you’re comfortable discussing your project via email or Skype. You’ll get a contract from me which contains the details of your project. You’re expected to consent to its content. I do charge 50% upfront payment; 25% at the time of the submission of the first draft; and the remaining 25% at the submission of the final draft.

Once you have fulfilled this part of the contract, I’ll send you a creative brief. If you have one, that’s just fine. I’ll keep in touch at every stage of the project. Now you should be anticipating your copies as stated in our contract.[/learn_more]