Boost the reach of your web, through revisions and rewrites.
The Rewrite my Site Package is designed with busy B2C (business to consumer) businesses in mind, that want to enhance the overall quality of their web & blog content.
This package deal, will address any issues you might have with your website's lack of return on investment, through rewriting a web page of your choice, and editing blog content that has not yet been published.
Rosemary wrote for the Shakespeare in Action blog for a year, and her articles proved to be the most popular, bringing extra traffic to our website and increasing our online presence!
If all you really need is a few rewrites, this is the perfect package deal option for you.
For a retainer fee of $608 over the course of ten weeks here's what you'll get:
3 blog post edits. Send me whatever blog content you're working on for your company. Click here to find out more about the kind of editing I offer.
A rewrite/updated version of six web pages of your choice.
First things first, I'll send you a complimentary PDF, with six questions that will help you communicate what you want to get out of your web content; once you've answered the PDF's questions, we'll have a phone or email consultation, where we'll go over your answers together. During the consultation call or email, please also let me know what blog content you're working on, and when you will have a finished draft of each post, so that I can fit you into my schedule.
Based on your answers, and whatever relevant research material I can find, I'll create a brand new web page of your choice. If you already have a website or social media page, send the URL my way so that I can really get to know the online voice of your company.
I'll write a few drafts, and then send a copy your way. You get a complimentary round of revisions, so that you have an opportunity to request any additional changes, if 100% necessary.
You get a blog content promotion consultation for each and every blog post, in order to help you make sure that you're reaching the right audience.
Upon request, I'll optimize and design your blog's images on Canva, for no additional charge. When the about page is complete all you have to do is copy and paste it into your web page. In terms of the blog post revisions, I havean extremely diplomatic and collaborative editing process, that's heavily influenced by what I learned, while studying Editing at George Brown College in Toronto.
For more info about all the different tools that I use to edit blog content click here.
It has been a pleasure working with Rosemary on (her Buffer blog) post. She has been very responsive, open to suggestions, and responded quickly to edits.
If you prefer to use Google Docs, I'll attach comments that describe what needs to be changed, so that I never make changes without you understanding why they're necessary.
If it's anything major, such as content, I will give you suggestions on what you can do to make a specific sentence a hundred times better. You can always say "no" to a specific change, and never have to accept all my changes. You also have the option of using Microsoft Word instead, where the process is basically the same.
Can you tell me a little bit more about your background in editing?
The first time I ever edited content, I edited creative writing submissions, for an on-campus, independent newspaper. Because of my extensive background in writing and blogging, a lot of general managers of independent arts organizations, and founders of startups and charities, have asked me to revise everything from grants, to blog posts, to email-based requests for sponsorship.
Not to mention, I'm currently working towards my editing certification at George Brown College, where I've been trained how to edit all kinds of content, by established, freelance editors and journalists, and instructors who have worked for some of North America's top publishing companies.
What blog content should I send you?
Send me your first draft, or even a second draft that you or someone else has already taken a look at. Even the most experienced and gifted editor/writer can sometimes miss things, so getting a second (or third) pair of eyes to take a look at your work can't hurt! I'm happy to take a look at both content that you've written yourself, or content that was created by a guest writer/contributor, or someone else within your organization. Regardless, I won't judge, and I won't disclose any information that you're not comfortable with me disclosing.
What type of editing will you do?
I'll take a look at everything from spelling, grammar, and punctuation, to your headlines, keywords, and how-up to date and accurate your research is. I'm also happy to give you structural feedback, if you're not used to a web-based audience, or writing isn't something you're good at.
A lot depends on what shape the blog post is in, when you send it to me, and what you say, when you specify what you need help with.
What's your editing process?
If you want to learn more about my editing process, before I work with you, visit my FAQ page, where I describe my process in deeper detail.
What other web pages have you worked on?
I've copywritten web content for everyone from a professional organizer, to small &medium businesses, such as Braiseryy Chicken and GAO RFID Inc, to Kijiji Canada,an Ebay company, and the Studious Program for emerging, young artists and tech professionals.Some businesses have asked me to sign NDA agreements in the past so this is only a short-list of businesses I've worked with.
ARe you willing to produce additional web pages for me?
Only if you're willing to add-on individual services charges to your instalment payments. If you want me to produce additional web content, along with the about/home page rewrite that's included in this package deal, I'll charge an additional $300 CAD per page.
Ready to get started?
There are only five spots available per month, so if you're interested click the button below to save a spot: