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Here is a list of Frequently Asked Questions with relevant answers. Please read this document carefully and should you have further queries, feel free to contact me.

1.Why do I need a copywriter?

There exists a myth that anyone can write content for a blog, publication or a website. This, however, is not true. Content writing is definitely not the toughest act in the world but it requires a skill. Why write 200 words to explain a point when you can write 20? That’s the skill that writers have. They have the ability to summarize information into crisp and concise sentences that would not only give your readers a fair idea of the topic being discussed but it would also attract more readers to your website/publication because of the quality of writing.

1. Since prices are not displayed on your website, how can I be convinced of being priced fairly?

There are two reasons why I have not displayed prices on my website. Firstly, I write for people spread across the globe so currency conversion would be a task to list on the website. Also different countries have different pricing systems so I don’t want to list a price that would be extremely high for some and extremely low for some, which might make them question the quality of work I provide. Secondly, writing is an art so I cannot add a fixed price to it. Someone might require a simplified language and someone might require a different flair of writing. Since the demands are quite subjective, so would be the prices.If you are concerned about being priced fairly, prepare a draft of your requirements including the style guide, number of words, deadline and other information, send it to at least three writers including me and ask for a quote. Once you have the quotes in hand, you can easily choose whom to go ahead with.

2. If I send you over an urgent article to write today, when is the earliest you could send me the article by?

It all depends on the word length required, whether the article is research based or it includes interview transcriptions. But in generally for urgent pieces, I would require 48 hours from the time all the required material to write including the brief is handed over to me.

3. What if I do not like your writing style?

I have uploaded lots of articles on my website for your reference, which you can check by clicking These would give you an idea about my writing style. Still if you are a bit concerned, we can start with one article at a time. If you like the quality, you can give me more assignments and if you don’t, then you are free to try out any other writer.

4. What if I require certain modifications to the write-up?

As a rule, once I send the first draft of the article for approval, I would like you to mark any changes in the word document and send it across. I would modify the document ONLY ONCE incorporating all the changes mentioned by you. I would only make additional changes if I have mistakenly missed any marked changes in the initial feedback you sent. Hence I would request you to thoroughly read through the first draft and get the same checked by another colleague to make sure all the changes are marked. I would send the modified version within the next 24 hours of receiving the feedback.It may sound rigid but I believe in being honest with all my dealings. My prices are fair, competitive and so is my quality. Editing a document more than once causes confusion and delays meeting the editorial deadline. To ease it a bit for yourself and me, it would be better to stick to one set of modifications.

5. What are your payment terms and conditions?

As I mentioned, the price for each type of write-up would vary depending on various factors. Please email me at to receive a quote wherein I would outline the terms of payment as well.