If you have a project that you think I would be suitable for, please contact me. I will do my utmost to reply to you with 48 hours. If for any reason I cannot help you with a particular task, I will try my best to recommend someone who can.
Please check out my testimonials page for some feedback I have received from clients.
If you are looking for ongoing help with your websites and with making money online, I recommend joining Rise Forums. It is free to sign up and I am active on there most days.
* Please note that I do not write guest posts for blogs free of charge.
Always developing high quality authority websites
I’ve known Kevin for close to a decade now, having first met him on Sitepoint forums. Since then, Kevin has gone on to create and sell some high quality and trafficked authority websites. Most notably though, is Kevin’s lifestyle. By utilizing the versatility of the Internet, Kevin has managed to travel all around the world, and always seems to be in a different country every time I talk to him.
Tyler Cruz (Affiliate Marketer & Blogger)
WordPress Consulting – $200 per Hour
I first tried WordPress in 2003 and I have been using WordPress as my primary content management system since 2006. It has proved to be an important part of my online success and I continue to use the platform every single day. All of my major blogs focus on the WordPress platform in one form or other which has allowed me to test and review thousands of WordPress plugins and themes.
- Installation & Upgrades
- WordPress Training
- Theme & Plugin Review
- Theme Modifications
Amazing Work Ethic
I’ve known Kevin for many years now and I can safely say he is one of the best guys I have ever worked with. Not only is he super knowledgeable about WordPress, but he has an amazing work ethic. I purchased a website from Kevin and since that time he’s been there to support us in every way – even months later. If you run a business like I do then you know guys like this only come along in a blue moon.
Michael Jackness (Affiliate Marketer)
Blog Coach – $200 per Hour
Too many blogs on the web are missing important features that are vital to a blog’s success. I will review your blog and give suggestions as to what needs to be done to be improved.
Companies that are new to the world of blogging will find this particular service very helpful as I will walk you through the pros and cons of certain blogging features.
Expert In Blogging & WordPress
Over the years Kevin has become not only a reliable source for his expertise in blogging and WordPress, but he has become a great friend as well. A valuable asset for anyone lucky enough to work with him.
Zac Johnson (Affiliate Marketer and Blogger)
Paid Forum Posting
Starting a forum is very difficult unless you have an existing website with a lot of traffic. One of the ways to kickstart a forum is to have good writers post on the forum. With over thirteen years experience of running forums, I have a wealth of experience in developing new forums with quality content.
Blogging & Article Writing – From Only $0.25 Per Word
* My rate of $0.25 is based upon me getting full credit for the article and two links to my websites being included in an author bio box that is displayed directly underneath the article i.e. on the same page
In addition to maintaining my own websites, I still blog regularly for others. I feel confident in writing on any subject though I predominately write about the following subjects:
- WordPress Plugins
- WordPress Themes
- WordPress News
- WordPress Coding
- Social Media
- Video Games
His Attention to Detail is Superb
Kevin is one of the most professional tech writers I have ever come across. His knowledge of WordPress is extensive and his attention to detail is superb. If you are looking to further your business with expertly-written content, I would whole-heartedly recommend giving Kevin a try.
Brin Wilson (Affiliate Marketer & Blogger)
I also offer ghost writing services if you are looking to increase traffic to your website through guest posting.
My base rate is $0.50 per word and $0.30 for any rewrites of my finished article. The rate of $0.50 per word is applicable where my bio is not displayed underneath my articles.
Selected Author Profiles
- Blogging Tips
- Elegant Themes
- Smashing Magazine
- Tips and Tricks HQ
- WP Explorer
- WP Hub
- WP Mayor
- WPMU Dev
- WP Squared
- Up Themes
My Latest Articles From Around the Web
- Oxygen – A Complete Design Plugin for Creative Professionals
- How to Ensure Your WordPress Product Stands Out in a Saturated Market
- PayPal Error: Things Don’t Appear to be Working at the Moment. Please Try Again Later.
- WP Media Folder: Amazon S3 WordPress Integration
- 10 Best WordPress Testimonial Plugins
- How to Manage Your Content With WP Scheduled Posts
- How to Become an Influencer in a Niche With Minimal Effort
- Pofo Review – The WordPress Theme for Creatives
- How to Use WordPress to Create Your Wedding Website
- Page Builder Framework Review: A Lightweight WordPress Theme to Pair With Page Builders
- DAM for Dummies: Digital Asset Management for WordPress
- How to Use Shopify and WordPress to Create Your E-Commerce Store
- An introduction to WP Feedback: Communicating with your clients visually
- WordCamp Europe 2019 in Berlin – A Tremendous Success
- How to Boost Your Cricket Coverage Using the Cric Zumo Plugin
Clarification on Charging by the Word
If you have never hired a blogger on a per word basis before, you may be wondering why I have chosen to do so. I believe in transparency about these issues, so allow me to explain why I charge on a per word basis.
The three main ways to charge a client for an article are:
- Per Article
- Per Hour
- Per Word
There are pros and cons to each charging method.
Charging on a per article basis is one of the most common methods of charging clients. The problem is that no two articles are alike. Some are longer, some are shorter.
From my own perspective, charging by the hour is the fairest method for both myself and clients, as charging per word and charging per article do not recognise the time invested into researching an article. Nor does it recognise the time spent taking screenshots and cropping images or the time spent installing products in order to test them.
Understandably, charging clients on an hourly basis is unpopular with clients as I rarely know what the final cost would be. For example, one 2,000 word article could take me 5 hours to complete, while another 2,000 word article could take me 12 hours. It depends on the amount of research necessary and the type of article that is being written (e.g. list posts that require a lot of research and many images to be cropped can be time consuming).
The problem with charging per hour is that it is not always clear how much research is necessary until the article has begun. For example, a short article could end up taking twice as long as expected because of a technical problem with a product or service that is being reviewed.
Charging per word allows both parties to see what the final cost will be. This is why I believe that charging per word is the fairest way of pricing a job for both myself and the client.
Please note that my writing rate is based on the final word count that is submitted as it is the best way to calculate the time I invested in an article. This rate does not change if a client alters the article.
If a client adds another few hundred words to an article I have written, I obviously do not charge for it. Likewise, if a client decides to remove a few hundred words from the article, I should not lose out. For example, if I completed an article that was 3,000 words long, a client could (in theory) decide to strip it down to 1,500 words. However, this would not half my blogging rate. The original invoice of 3,000 words would have to be honoured.
If you are unsure about any aspect of this, please contact me.