That’s an interesting assignment. What I would do is google “10 best vitamins” and then write an article about each one.
The client most likely sells vitamins, it would be helpful to see his website, then you might able to hyperlink the vitamins you write about.
Either way, my issue is not lack of information. In this situation, the client rejected my refund request and wrote this:
“Hey brother yes we love your work, and the re reason we choose you after testing a bunch of different providers. We just need more of your magic to educate the consumer on why they must have the ultimate Box and air mouse remote in their living room. hopefully you can help us here because we have a lot more emails and jobs for you and the reason we are needing the modification is because we are depending on the magic from your emails to do 90% of the selling on getting the customer to spend $350 for this product. Thanks so much and merry Xmas!”
Pretty words, but I do not have time to revise 5 freaking e-mails. So I wrote this:
I’m not going to revise. All my e-mails are short, and they’re not full of information, that’s what he landing page is for.
If I get the e-mail and I’m told it’s a $350 product, I’m going to ignore you. What you need is a great landing page (and I don’t write those).
I’m sorry to disappoint you, but I don’t like revising, specially $50 orders. It took me a lot of times to write these e-mails, I don’t have time to revise them, even if you paid me extra, I wouldn’t want to revise it. I like to do the work, deliver the work, forget the work. Revising means the work never ends.
If you’re not happy with this, I don’t know what else we can do. I think you should hire another writer for these e-mails."
Am I wrong? I know this attitude wouldn’t fly if I was a full-time employee with a $50,000 a year job. But that’s not me, not anymore.
I want Fiverr to be easy and drama free, I guess drama follows me wherever I go.