Choose me to ghostwrite or edit your work and here’s what you’ll get.
Every client and project is unique. That's why I don’t set fixed prices. Consider instead the client scenarios below to get a sense of the cost and value of my services.
The chief marketing officer at a global trade association needed a B2B article introducing the organization’s new direction to a strategically different target audience. I worked with the CMO and vice president of consumer affairs to create a messaging platform that spoke to the association’s becoming a bigger voice in wider circles of influence. I then turned those messages into an opinion piece carrying the CMO’s byline. Strategic messaging and ghostwriting a 900-word article totaled $2,800.
A non-profit landed an exclusive with a leading trade publication for a five-part series of management advice articles. The public relations lead retained me to ghostwrite all five articles bylined by the vice president. The project included interviewing staff and outside experts in addition to ghostwriting each 500-word article of the series. The assignment ran $5,500.
A professor overseeing a grant project sought my developmental editing assistance in shaping her study’s final report. With multiple research team members writing multiple portions of the report — along with her feeling buried under the grant’s requirements — she wanted editorial expertise and objectivity to ensure logic in her argument and clear, concise conveyance of her research’s findings. The work required establishing consistency in language and format. We also addressed architecture of report’s sections to ensure the most compelling, coherent delivery of findings and recommendations. Work on the 76-page report totaled $3,200.
A dietitian sought my assistance compiling a report intended to inform a national nonprofit’s strategy in a specific area of childhood nutrition. She needed to consolidate the information of multiple documents — several of which were written by another researcher — into one cohesive narrative. This developmental editing assignment involved framing the analysis and organizing the documents into one; minor rewriting; and overall editing for logic, consistency, and flow. That job cost $3,500.