Tired of constantly chasing people down and hoping they’ll turn into leads and customers?
Wouldn’t it be better for your sanity if your website could draw people in automatically?
The right content can do that for you. It can establish you as a leader in your niche. It can sell to millions of people all over the world at the same time and turn “marketing” from desperation to a system.
But that kind of game-changing content doesn’t come in packages. You can’t get it from content mills banging out keyword articles.
Want to get the most bang for your buck? You’ll need comprehensive research, personal attention, and custom solutions designed to suit your unique needs.
That’s where I come in…
Benefits of 100% Customized Copy Arc Content
What You’ll Get
- Comprehensive pre-writing research to help build authority in your niche
- Images, links, and screenshots (when appropriate) to support key points and technical concepts
- Scannable content that’s easy to digest and packed with actionable advice
- Up to 2 rounds of revisions per piece of content
- Ongoing feedback and insights from me to make your content resonate more with readers
What If I Don’t Have a Software Business?
I focus mostly on content for growing software brands. But I’m comfortable researching, writing and marketing in a wide variety of niches, with an eye toward breaking down technical subjects into easily-digestible content.
I’ve worked extensively in health and fitness, healthcare, self-improvement and other lifestyle markets, and would be happy to discuss working with you in a different niche. Check out my portfolio to find out more.
Okay, Great. How Much is This Going to Cost?
My pricing structure for content a la carte is simple.
Here are my basic rates for different types of custom content. These could change a bit depending on your specific requirements, but the numbers below are a solid estimate.
Reports and white papers: $200 / 1,000 words
eBooks and long-form articles: $175 / 1,000 words
Other custom content: Just ask
I know there are content mills out there offering content for a fraction of these price. But you get what you pay for. That content tends to be sloppy, unorganized, and about as useful to your target customers as a flat tire.
If bargain prices are a higher priority to you than quality, we probably aren’t a good match. I wish you all the greatest success. But I’m looking for clients who want the best – people who understand premium content is an investment that’ll pay off for months and years down the line.