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What Are The Various Layers Of Deliverables Of An Online Copywriter?

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Keyword research, copy optimization, establishing a voice and tone, editing and proofreading, sales conversion?

Can anyone think of what those may be?

When you put up a proposal and quote for copywriting on your client’s website copywriting (or web copy), there are obviously a few things that you need to be mindful about.

That being said, I’m speaking from past experience of 6 years in the field of being a content and copywriter.

In this article, I will go through the top 8 things that you need to know, and include in every proposal that you send to a prospect.

By the end of reading this article, you should be able to confidently know, and understand the different elements that make up a copywriting invoice.

Let’s begin!

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How Much Content Does A Content Writer Have To Write A Day In A Company?

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I have seen people writing 2-3 contents a day. Hows this even possible? It takes an author years to write a good book, how can one write 1000-1500 words per day in the form of content?

In the beginning, I was a little skeptical when I considered writing for this thread,  simply because of the general consensus that everyone seemed to have in the sub.

Let me give you an example.

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Not enough to make you hesitate? I’ll give you another example.

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How Can I Make A Good Blog?

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Ah, it’s the age old question.

Before I answer this question, however, understand that owning and running a blog is a full time commitment, amongst everything else.

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Running a blog, especially a good one, means that you have to consistently create powerful and influential content, distribute it, analyse the feedback, then repeat the process for years to come.

And I don’t mean “meh” Content.

I’m talking about long form blog posts, content that is so full of awesomeness, more than 4,000 words, that gets your audience jumping up and down, subscribing to your content, and taking whatever action you ask them to.

Case in point? It’s 1 and a half month into Contentrific, and i’m still writing endlessly every single day.

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