Things to note:Copywriting rates
Let’s talk money — the money you’re going to invest to get to the money you want to make.
For all copywriting work, I quote by the project, not the hour.
Here’s why: Good conversion copy brings exponential value — but it takes time to get it right. Quoting at an hourly rate means I try to work faster to keep you happy, and that’s not ideal for anyone, or the process itself.
With project pricing, you’ll have a solid idea of what the work is actually going to cost before we dive in. No (unwelcome) surprises, here.
My minimum project fee for new clients is $5,000.
But wait…I could pay $500 for a sales page somewhere else, Sara!
I get it. You could. I’ll eagerly await your return when you realize that your offer deserves better strategy + copy than what you’re getting at that rate.
Okay, I was being a biiit snarky there, but here’s the thing: While $500 copy might spontaneously get lucky sometimes, I can pretty much guarantee the copywriters producing it aren’t losing themselves in mounds of strategic research to turn out high-converting headlines, or getting so familiar with your funnel that they can identify the smallest of leaks.
By the time I’ve finished a sales page or an email sequence for a client, I hear things like, “You have an PhD in my program!” and “You adopted my voice and said it better than I ever could.”
That level of intimacy with your copy takes time — and it’s what gets results.
It’s what I want for you.
I love your excitement!
At any given time, I’m typically booking at least 6-8 weeks out.
A tip: Don’t wait until you need your copy tomorrow to reach out. Get in touch now, even if your launch is months in the making. (The more lead time? The better.)
A 50% deposit holds your spot in the calendar for when you’re ready, and gives us ample time to work in the research and discovery your project needs.
Since you’re still here: I want you to know that I’m not the right copywriter for everyone — and I’ll be the first to tell you if that’s the case.
As a conversion copywriter with a marketing background, to boot, I bring more than just words that sound nice to the table.
I write copy that inspires action. But you have to know what action you want your people to take — and fully believe in it.
If strategy makes you swoon and the idea of creating an impact with your offer has you giddy, let’s talk.