We charge flat fees instead of billing for services by the hour or by the word.
With flat fees, you’ll know ahead of time how much you’ll invest—a number based on the value of the results we bring you.
Yes, it’s possible to find writers for 10 cents a word, but we gave up wondering a long time ago why people will spend $35,000 on a car but ask to pay $350 for their most valuable marketing tool.
The simple truth is this—words on a page won’t grow your business. It’s how you use them that counts.
That’s why we charge the fees we do.
Not because we’re planning to empty your pockets, but because we’re going to fill them.
“How much should we invest?”
Small budgets are for remedial efforts: fixing problems, making sure nothing is embarrassing, or cleaning things up. If you’re looking to make an impact in your market or industry with bare-bones content, look elsewhere.
Keep in mind, however, that a new piece of content rarely works well in isolation—you can invest $2,000 on an ebook and still see no results if your website content has serious problems.
Bottom line: the answer to “How much does content cost?” depends in large part on what you need to accomplish—and how committed you are to accomplishing it. We offer content projects from $3,000.
If you’re still stuck on choosing a budget range, consider your growth goals for your business. If you want to grow by 20% but you’re spending only 3% of your profits on marketing, you need to consider investing more heavily in effective content marketing.
About our guarantee
We’ll be the first to tell you (see our home page) that although there are other writers, there’s only one WRIXON.
But we want you to feel as confident in our work as we do. That’s why we offer a no-fee, risk-free guarantee:
You’ll be happy with our work, or you won’t pay.
It’s simple… if you don’t like it, we’ll fix it.
And if for some reason we can’t, we’ll refund your money and you’ll get to keep the content.
No hassles, no questions asked.
Why are we comfortable offering this guarantee?
Because we’ve never had a client take us up on it.