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What you get with this Offer
I will write you a thousand-word article on ANY topic in one day (deliverable the day after I receive the brief). For an extra fee, I will write an additional thousand words (so, a two-thousand word article total) in the same timeframe. As an add-on, I can deliberately implement SEO techniques into the text to drive traffic to your site.
I recently graduated from a top university with a BA with Hons in English. The diverse nature of my degree has taught me all about composing cogent copy and well-researched essays (even on topics I'm not as well-versed in) in any tone and for any purpose. This, coupled with my copywriting internship in 2018, has helped me work in a precise and professional manner, delivering high-quality pieces whilst working to inflexible deadlines.
MY PLEDGE TO YOU:
I will liaise with you throughout, keeping you updated with where the project is at. You're also free to ask me any questions throughout this process. I guarantee that the content will be polished, meticulous, and thoroughly proofread and revised.
What the Freelancer needs to start the work
When writing articles, I like to receive a brief from my Buyer. The list is rather exhaustive but is done to maximise my understanding of your ethos and the standards you require. If applicable, please provide the following details:
1. Buyer - What is your company all about?
2. Topic - What is this piece about? What sector, product, or field does it involve?
3. Thesis / Opinion - What does this piece argue? What point does it want to convey? What does it want to emphasize or explain? What does it aim to do, or how does it aim to make the reader feel?
4. Audience - Who is this piece targeted at? Is there a niche it's aimed at?
5. Tone - Do you have a distinctive tone you'd like to stick to? Is British English or American English preferable? Is it serious or satirical?
6. Purpose - Is the piece an opinion piece? An educational piece? A persuasive piece? A promotional piece?
7. Details that MUST be included - This could be technical jargon, a specific company, or a reference to a previous article.
8. Anything else? - Is there anything else you'd like me to know?
Thank you for working with me.