Blog/website url: http://healthyreading.co.uk
Information for the blog/website: Local health and wellness print publication
Topic: Women's Health
Outline & Structure: Please read in full before you submit a proposal.
We are a local health and wellness magazine and need the "Women's Lifestyle" section to the be written.
This is usually a two-page spread consisting of 12 to 16 blurbs totaling roughly 900/1000 words covering various topics.
Topic suggestions are listed below and we do have some articles we can send for you to draw inspiration from. You can also visit our previous issues on healthyreading.co.uk to ensure you avoid topics recently covered.
We are a health and wellness magazine, not a lifestyle magazine. The blurbs need to fit in with the magazine as a whole and not deviate from health and wellness.
Pregnancy (contraception, conception and sexual life)
Nails and hair (health, not beauty related)
The tone should be informative and professional, written in British English with impeccable grammar and spelling, avoid repetitions and any bold claims. No SEO and word stuffing as this is a print publication so not required.
Please note the content will be evaluated by a panel of people before it is approved. If the content does not follow the lines you will need to rewrite it. Any grammatical errors will need to be corrected.
If you have any questions please contact us.
Extensive research needed: yes
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Hi - a quick query re. this brief - I would be happy to provide amendments on a written piece, but to demand a complete rewrite without expecting an additional fee to apply seems a little demanding. Can you let me know the budget for this project (which isn't stated)? Thanks. Naomi
Is that £60 per 1,000 word article?
can I clarify if the word count is 12 x 1000 or 16 x 1000 words please? do you have a budget for this?
Hi, happy to bid so thanks for asking as well as providing more detail on the brief. The only thing I question is the 'rewrite' bit. I understand small changes and revisions but to re-write an entire piece if you are not happy with it isn't quite right. Please advise, thanks.