Hi, I'm Bill Watson and I write. I've written three books and have had work published in Small Business Opportunities, Sports Afield, Songwriter's Monthly, Gig and other national print publications.
I also write for various sites online. I've posted links to samples of my work below.
I can write street, I can write white collar pro, I can inject personality while I ramble or keep it concise and to the point.
I'm willing to tackle about anything.
Sorry, I DON'T DO HOMEWORK, LOL!
Click here to read a travel piece
Click here to read a technical piece that sells products by avoiding jargon and clearly communicating complex ideas in terms a potential customer understands.
Click here to check out my book Guitar Shop
A statistics and research article using stats to support a position and frame an argument
I charge toward the lower end of my rate scale for simple personal projects and toward the upper end for complex business projects. Before starting we'll agree on a set price as well as an hourly rate. 1/2 of the set fee, is paid upfront. If you need revisions those will be charged by the hour. If you throw something extra at me in the middle of the project, it will be charged by the hour.
The more information you can give me during the quote phase, the better. Why do you need this? Who is it aimed at? What do you hope to accomplish with it? When must it be completed by? If you have a rough draft, great. If you have only an idea of what you want, then the more specific the better.
Guarantee: If necessary, I will revise the work one time for free.
Keep in mind that almost one third of the fee goes toward expenses and, due to the non-revenue producing aspects of operating a business, I can't bill out 40 or 50 hours every week, usually more like 25 or 30. All said and done I'm a working stiff like you.
Hope you've enjoyed this and I'm looking forward to working with you soon!
Please be kind enough to hit the play button and I'll sing ya'll on out of here. All right? Bye bye!
I might even give a discount if the subject matter of your project involves one of my favorites: