I’m really proud to announce my latest brainwave --- Leonis Word Credits. I can’t take full ownership of the idea, to be frank, since it’s based heavily on things like pay-as-you-go mobile phones.
Working for clients recently, I’ve had inquiries with people asking me about ordering one larger piece, but then receiving the work in multiple smaller pieces that add up to the bought article word limit. So, they’ll order a 1500-word piece, from the selection, but then ask for five 200-word blurbs and a 500-word blog item.
It sounds reasonable on the surface, but I normally don’t go for this because I think it negates the research element that’s built into the price. A single piece divided into multiple smaller items means a lot of separate (often unrelated) research, but that article and price are designed to include the research on one topic.
I’ve found that 99 percent of clients accept this reality, and even appreciate that perspective and that they’d never considered it before. A custom copywriting service is a business, too. It’s fair to ask clients to stick to the parameters as much as possible.
Then it hit me. Why don’t I come up with something to meet this demand? I reckon lots of people out there need this level of flexibility. I had tried to build flexibility into my services with the mixed blog monthly packages, which are great for some. This new service is what will really help my custom writing service become for the many.
Leonis Word Credits --- You purchase the words in advance and then use them up on articles of any length. When the words run out, you simply “charge up” by purchasing another package --- 3000, 6000, or 12000 words --- and you continue ordering.
Whether you just need a quick 50-word social media blurb or a 1000-word detailed blog piece, it can all fall into your word credit bundle. Each package of words is valid for 3, 6, or 8 months if you buy 3000 words, 6000 words or 12000 words respectively, or until they run out.
I hope I’ve just made the world of custom copywriting a bit easier for people out there. If you’re in need of a flexible writing package that suits your needs, then visit the plans and pricing page to learn more about each package.