Guru.com Profile - LisaNuss Author/Analyst
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|Screen name:||LisaNuss Author/Analyst|
|Tagline:||Published Freelance Writer and Analyst|
|GMT:||Pacific Standard Time|
|Category rank:||37 in Writing, Editing & Translation|
|Feedback:||4.886364 stars (11 reviews)|
|Money (all time):||$36,057.87|
|Min. project budget:||$25.00|
|Member since:||08 Jul 2009|
|Last sign In:||24 May 2013 5:04 AM ET|
|Quotes submitted:||30 in last 30 days|
|Highest degree:||Master's Degree|
|Software skills:||Proficient in word processing.
Experienced in Excel, PowerPoint and Microsoft Visio.
|Additional skills:||Not available|
|Subcategories:||Articles & Press Releases
Resumes & Cover Letters
|Highlights:||Speedy and high quality web content, including:
*SEO & Keyword Optimization
*Email Drip & Marketing Campaigns
Editing for clarity and punctuation/grammar:
*Specialize in non-fiction/complex ideas
I am a published author and professional editor. I have years of experience as a legislative analyst and management consultant, so I can bring an analytical eye and substance to your work.
My freelance articles have been published in major US and international newspapers, including the San Francisco Chronicle, the London Guardian, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Utne Reader.
I have drafted and edited statutes and administrative rules and codes for various local and state government entities. I co-wrote a book on the history of construction labor laws. I did all the editing, including the reference editing, for the book.
|Work terms:||I prefer to receive payment by escrow for first time clients, with 50% released at the beginning of the project and the balance at completion.
I have hourly billing rates, but can also negotiate bulk pricing or "not to exceed" limits. I have twice charged a client less than the "not to exceed" limit when the project took less time than anticipated.
I like to have a Project Agreement, mostly to get both parties on the same page about the product to be delivered, and how to handle rounds of editing, etc. This agreement can be very short and just cover the basics.