What to include in a freelance copywriter contract.
Copywriting skills are in high demand. If you’re thinking of becoming a freelance copywriter, having a well-crafted contract is a must.
The copywriter is one of the most important people in a marketing or advertising team. It’s their creativity, experience, and skill that produces just the right message about the company’s product or service. Many copywriters work as freelancers, providing services to several clients. It can be a great way to make a living or just create some extra income.
How to create a freelance copywriter contract.
After you’ve discovered how to get freelance copywriting contract work, you’ll need a contract between you and your clients. It doesn’t have to be complicated, but there are some essential things to include when creating any contract.
The list below will help you get started on your freelance copywriter contract.
- A clear description of the freelance services you’ll be providing
- The number of words or characters included in each piece of content
- Your pay rate — either a per word rate or a fixed price for the entire project
- The number of edit cycles included with the agreed-upon price
- When you’ll be paid once you’ve delivered the content
- A place for the client to sign and agree to your terms
Once you’ve created a complete contract, you can use Adobe Acrobat DC to convert the agreement to PDF, and then share it with your clients to get their signatures. You can also do this using Acrobat online services.
And if you have global clients, it’s even more important to have a convenient, easy to share, yet secure method for executing your contract. Discover what more you can do with Acrobat DC to convert, share, and send PDFs.