Newsletters. Articles. Case studies. Blog posts. Web pages. Interactive scenarios. Social media. Reports. One-pagers. Explainers and how-tos.
No matter what you call it, it calls for good writing.
Pricing: I generally price on a per-project basis for writing jobs. Factors include the format, expected word count, number of interviews and/or amount of desk research involved, and turnaround time.
I do developmental editing (big-picture feedback on first drafts), copy editing (reworking sentences for clarity and flow), and proofreading (checking grammar, links, etc.) to help subject-matter experts and other writers shine. Style guides I use regularly and know well: AP, Chicago.
Pricing: I generally price on an hourly basis for editing jobs. Factors include the type (or combination of types) of editing you need, the turnaround time, and the current quality level of the draft.
Every piece of communication's success hinges on the quality of its underlying raw materials.
I'm practiced in eliciting fascinating quotes from interviewees and unearthing rich sources, online and off.
Pricing: I generally price on an hourly basis for qualitative research jobs. Deliverables could include a discussion guide, interviews and transcripts, a job aid summarizing your audience's needs and challenges, and/or a report.