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Should I pay different rates for different types of content? Options
Johnny-Admin
Posted: Thursday, July 28, 2016 3:51:50 PM
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Content type doesn’t have any direct effect on pricing. All writing costs are based on a per-word rate that you choose. Whether you are choosing a blog post, or ebook, or some other type of content, the pricing will always work the same way. If you normally pay a writer a certain rate, but your new project will be significantly more time-consuming or difficult — or far less time-consuming or difficult — you should send a message to the writer to negotiate a different rate for this type of project. Find the writer on the Service Providers page and send them a message through their profile. Sometimes it makes sense to offer a higher rate for very low-word-count jobs. For example, if you only need 50 words but the writer would need to research for several hours to do the job well, a higher rate can make sense because you are paying based on the word count. In general, though, you can expect to pay a set per-word rate to each writer regardless of what kind of content you are creating.
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