First, decide on a subject for your post.
Next, put together two or three comments relating to the subject. Many times my clients will reference an article they’ve read in a trade magazine that sparks interest. Or maybe you’ve stumbled on a blog post you’d like to respond to but don’t have the time. It’s always a good idea to try and integrate current events, a celebrity name, or maybe a national landmark. Take for example this title:
Riding Motorcycles with James Dean near Mount Rushmore.
Obviously, this is impossible, right? But what if the first line of the post was a one-word sentence? Imagine.
Of course, this is where I come in. Just contact me either through this website or email directly to LDavydPollack@gmail.com
What I do:
I’ll review the information you send me and decide if it’s a good fit. By the way, I have a lot of bills and nobody but me to pay them. The chances are excellent that it’s a good fit.
Next, I’ll contact you with any questions and talk about budgets (price). Each job is different and requires the attention necessary to get it done right. But you’ll know the cost before I start. And here’s the best part. When I finish, if you don’t want it, you don’t pay for it.
What can you expect?
You’ll receive an article that reads as if you wrote it. If you have any quotes on the subject, they will be incorporated as statements of opinion (we don’t typically quote ourselves). Articles by others are properly referenced and credited. Best of all, it will be your content with just a dash of L. Davyd Pollack style to make it fun to read.
Now, for the burning question. How much will it cost?
I’ll make it easy. Consider how much time (time is money) you'll save and then, you tell me. I'll let you know if I can do it for your price. Typically, articles are priced based on estimated time requirements. As always, you’ll know before I start, and as I said before, it costs you nothing unless you like my work.
Does that sound fair?
I think so, but that’s not my call, it’s yours.
So ask yourself. How much is my time really worth?
... if you don't want creative content. I don't want to waste your time. There's really nothing I can do for you.
But if you like what you've read so far ...