How to Make Content Marketing Magic With $5K, $10K, and $15K Per Month
Replay our webinar with Brittni Kinney Ratliff, VP at Influence & Co., and Sarah Maschoff, Senior Customer Success Manager at ClearVoice, as they dive into how you can get the most out of your content marketing strategy, focusing on three specific monthly budget options.
Survey Results: How Freelancers Set Rates for Different Assignments
Get survey results and a full-time freelancer’s breakdown on how tasks, requests, and interview sources affect the pay rate for a typical 1000-word article.
15 Scenarios When to Pay Freelance Writers Higher Rates
Respecting freelancers’ time and value is key to a good working relationship. Learn when you should reasonably expect to pay freelance writers more than a standard rate — so you don’t drive away good talent.
What Social Content Can I Get for $1,500 / $3,000 / $5,000 a Month?
For all of you who are wondering what a social content producer can do, let’s look at a reasonable scope of work for typical monthly retainers. Independent producer Lena Katz shares three possible scenarios for different budgets.
Content Partner Strategy: 5 Ways to Spend $5,000 (Part 1 of 5)
Have $5,000 for an experimental content budget? Here are five ways you could spend it, with pros and cons for each, in Part 1 of our Content Partner Strategy Series.
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Survey Results: How Much Should I Pay a Freelance Writer? [Infographic]
The survey results are in! See our ‘Freelance Writer Survey: Experience, Pay and Gender’ infographic. Which freelancers are more likely to create various content types? How much should you expect to pay per word or per hour? See the breakdown of pay rates in four levels of freelancer experience, and by gender.
The Power of Pay for Tech Writers: Are Freelance Rates and Quality Correlated? [STUDY]
We assigned three writers the same assignment, a 400-word article about “Security Best Practices for Development Operations Teams.” Twenty editorial pros rated the quality of each of submission. Here are the findings…