What would you expect to pay for one of these reports? I know there's probably a range, but what do you normally pay to make this whole process profitable?
Posted by Gary . on 01 January 2013 11:38 AM

It really depends on the topic, nature and complexity. It can be anywhere from $500 to $2,000+. It's about finding that sweet point and following the process laid out in Publishing Catapult. If you settle for a low price that probably seems too cheap then chances are that it may be just that – cheap and nasty writing that won’t keep any ones attention.

If it is rubbish poor quality writing then it will end up in the delete bin and not even read – it definitely won’t be shared or recommended by readers and in saying this you can forget about getting good reviews.

This doesn’t mean to say that the most expensive is the best or vice versa. Get samples of the writer’s work that is in your topic area or at least a similar area. You wouldn’t get a business writing expert to write your fictional piece for children. Find the best match and do your research and homework on your bidders and use your patience and intuition. Milestone your payments to the writer and make sure you are getting the work to review as you go along and not all at the end.

Ultimately it’s about the ROI and doing everything that we show you to a “T”. If you are just unsure shoot us an email and we will guide you and as you go along you will become more confident in making these decisions for yourself.

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