Got a question?
Wondering if we can work together?
Make sure to check out the list below, to see if your answer is here.
If your answer’s not, drop me a line via the contact page and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.
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How can I be sure your work won’t affect the tone/voice of my website or product? It’s important it reflects my values.
You can be sure, because that’s important to me too.
So you have my reassurance that none of my work will damage yours. I’m not here to undermine your work or throw it out. Your work will always be 100% respected, without question.
All the words and ideas in your content will be completely yours. I’ll edit or restructure where needed, to make sure your work is engaging and fits your original vision.
What if I’m not comfortable with your changes?
The final say is always yours. You will always be involved at every stage of our work together. I’m not here to tell you what to do or redo your project. Our work together is a partnership.
Will you create new content for me, if I needed it?
No, I don’t offer this type of service. It’s important that what you write reflects how you write or speak, your personal style, and your voice.
If you need new content, you will be coached and directed as to what to provide. But it’ll be your job to create it.
Do you do copywriting?
No, this is something I don’t provide.
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What kind of clients do you work with?
I work with creative service providers who run their business online and have a mix of client work and products. They can work in any creative field, from coaching, design, web design, writer, teaching, and more. Many of my clients have switched to self-employment after years of working for companies, but I’m available to long-established solo businesses too.
If you need my help and don’t 100% fit these fields, get in touch and we’ll go from there.
What does a client need to have before they work with you?
They need to have clients or customers already in their business and a live working website. Some businesses might also have a blog with an active mailing list and subscribers with that website. All my clients would need to have an understanding of the essentials of running their business online including website set up, so we’re on the same page.
How established do they need to be business-wise before working with you?
Their business needs to have been active and making money from clients and/or products at least 18 months to two years before we get together.
Do I also need to be fluent in English?
No. If you use English in your business, but it’s not your first language, that’s fine, I can help you.
Does my website need to be in English?
Ideally, yes. But I also take on non-English websites on a case by case basis, as long as the client understands all my instruction and content guidance will be in English and that they’re responsible for creating content in their native language (I don’t provide translation services yet).
Does my website need to be live on the web to work with you?
If you don’t have a website, I can’t help you.
Do you do work with mini niche site owners? (e.g. sites that are just 10-20 pages long focusing on affiliate products.)
Do you work with businesses in fields such as affiliate marketing and online marketing?
Do you work with businesses that exist as an idea only?
I only work with real businesses.
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What if, as our work progresses, I’d like to add more features/ideas to our project? Is that okay?
But since these new features will be outside of our agreed work, each one would be charged as extra. Payment for each extra must be received upfront before the extra work can take place.
And to avoid any workload overload, any additional work will also be started after the original agreed work has been completed.
If I want to change the direction of our work once it’s started, is that okay?
It is, but it will be subject to the work already agreed upon and what payment’s been made. Whatever the new direction is, any new work decided will then be charged, with payment expected upfront before the new direction can begin.
How do you prefer payment?
Payment is monthly.
You’ll receive an invoice for the first month and a contract before we start. Only on receipt of the first payment (plus a signed contract) is when work can truly begin and not before.
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Still got questions?