Frequently asked questions

Things you might be wondering when it comes to working with me!

What is your starting price point?

My main service—writing blog posts—starts at $550/post and depends on the project scope, including research and word count. Once I get to know you and your business better, I’ll give you a quote for your specific needs.

If you’re looking for ongoing monthly content creation, my monthly packages start at $1,500 per month and are fully tailored to what you’re looking for.

You can also book me for consulting calls at $200/hour. On these calls, we’ll discuss and solve any of your content strategy challenges, like consistency, building and maintaining a content calendar, buyer personas for your content, and more.

Why do your rates start there?

When you work with me, you don’t just receive words on a page. You get in-depth, actionable, thorough and research-backed content that actually makes a difference in your reader’s life.

My content doesn’t just scratch the surface of a topic—instead, it puts the pain point of your reader first and uses real-life examples, original expert insights, and in-depth guidance to help them overcome it.

You also get these perks:

  • Images, screenshots, and real-life examples

  • Expert quotes if applicable and possible

  • Search engine optimization of the post, titles, description, and images

  • CMS upload, if requested

Quality content is an investment; if you’re not ready to invest in it, we won’t be a good fit for each other.

What is your process?

  1. When you reach out about a project, you’ll answers a few quick questions that will help me understand what you do, your goals, target audience, and the type of writer you’re looking for.

  2. I’ll review your answers and if it sounds like we’re a fit, we’ll jump on a call so I can learn the details for your specific project.

  3. Based on what I learn about you, I’ll put together a proposal for you. Once you accept it, you’ll receive a contract and a 50% deposit invoice. When that’s paid, I’ll send you a welcome package, access to your own client portal, and I’ll get to work!


  1. We’ll set dates for all the deliverables, including drafts, revisions, and publishing dates.

  2. I’ll check in with you every three days with a status update. This includes a report on the work I completed thus far, a request for any information I need from you, and an outline of what I expect to accomplish in the coming days.

  3. I will deliver my first draft and arrange further revisions and edits with you.

  4. Once you sign off on the final version, I will send you an invoice for the remaining amount.

  5. I’ll also send you a short exit survey to collect your feedback!

Where are you based? What if we’re not in the same time zone?

I’m based in Dublin, Ireland, which places me in the GMT (London/Dublin) timezone. Most of my clients are in a different time zone—and with some of them, I’m as much as 8 hours apart—and everything works perfectly regardless. So no worries!

Which methods of payment do you accept?

You can pay using PayPal, a credit card (operated through Stripe), or via bank transfer.

How many rounds of edits do I get?

It’s my job to deliver the best work possible, which is why I offer up to two rounds of revisions per blog post. If you’ll need more, there’s an additional fee for this work. However, this rarely happens, and most projects only require one round of edits.

Can you start right away?

I require at least a two week lead-in time. This is because of my typical ongoing workload, but also because I don’t like to rush the process of planning and research to deliver the product of highest quality.

If you still need me right away, I can make it happen, but a 25% fee will be added to the project rate.

Do you write in US English or British English?

Both! Most of my work you can find online is written in US English, but I do adjust to client’s audience and requirements and can easily write in British English.

If you’re ready to get started, head over to my Work with me page and select the service you need, which will take you through next steps.