I have been asked to write 20 articles (to start with, probably 100 in total) describing products for a website. The descriptions should be between 100 to 150 words each.
I have also been asked to write one weekly post for their website.
Any idea How much should I charge for this?
Any suggestions would be welcome. Thank you
A fair price should be $1-$2 for a 100-150 word article.
My wife got $70.00 a printed page for her last (magaizine) article. It was two and a half pages with 3 photos and a chart. I was just about to break this down, but she just read over my shoulder and suggested a flat rate of $20.00 to $25.00.
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