#210 – How much should you really pay content editors?

What You Will Learn

  • Why English-lit major’s don’t always make good editors
  • Why you get what you pay for when you hire an editor
  • Should you promote your writers to become editors?

So you’ve decided to hire an editor. You jump on Problogger and Upwork and before you know it you see a swarm of editors charging anywhere from $5/hr right up to $500/hr.

Where on earth do you start? Of course, it’s easier said than done putting a number on it but today, we’re going to dive into all the different factors you should consider when pricing up an editor for your site.

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