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Working with a freelancer can open up your business to a world of creativity and improvement. However, there are some things you might like to know first!
My rates can depend on a variety of factors, from the depth of the work involved to the software and equipment needed to carry it out.
Typically, I charge between £25 – £30 for an hourly rate. My day rate is £110 and I charge £5 per post. I’m always open to negotiation for smaller or independent brands, and I will never charge more than my worth.
Hourly Rate: £25 – £30
Day Rate: £110
Per Post: £5.00
I send personalised invoices on the last day of each month. Included in those invoices are a breakdown of costs, any expenses and my bank account or Paypal details.
I allow a 2 week window for payment of these invoices.
I also enforce the following policy:
Freelancers are legally entitled to £40 compensation on late invoices (under the sum of £1k), and upon the non-payment of the revised late fee invoice are also entitled to an additional 8.5% additional interest charge.
Yes! I am more than happy to work with brands on one-off projects, product launches and event work if required!
As I work from home, I can be flexible with location and working hours to accommodate your project.
As I have a growing social media presence, blogging networking and post regularly on various channels, I am open to brand collaborations.
I charge the following for brand collaborations:
Gifted posts: £0 with complete artistic control
Sponsored posts: £40
Partially sponsored posts: £25
Event Attendance: £50
Lecture/Presentation Delivery: £100
I am always happy to chat to agencies and business regarding outsourced work. For agency outsourcing, I charge a rate of £30 per hour and will accept no higher than 10% commission on any projects.