The Editorial Freelancers Association (EFA) provides a comprehensive listing of rates for publishing services. This is not the final pricing for services, only an approximation based on industry standards. An initial assessment to determine the scope of a project includes a free one-hour meeting (either remotely or in person). You can click on the below link to check the list for general pricing below.
Please contact me personally for additional questions. An itemized quote will be provided on request after project terms have been discussed. Rates are determined on a per-hour basis unless otherwise agreed on.
A standard manuscript page contains 250 words.
Accepted types of payment at this time are via check payable to WriteHer and via Paypal. As with all contractor services, new client project collaborations are subject to a percentage-based deposit.
Why do freelancers charge what they charge? Simple. Salaried employees pay 6.2% in federal taxes, self-employed freelancers pay a minimum of 25%. What does that mean? For every $1.00 we earn, $0.25 minimum goes to Uncle Sam.