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PostPosted: April 20th, 2011, 8:54 pm 
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I have a question regarding freelance web content writing....I am a beginning freelance writer who has just started writing web content for clients.

While this may seem like a silly question, it has been bugging me. When I provide written content for my clients, do I simply send them over a word doc with my content? I suppose what I'm asking is, I am not being contracted to design the actual web page, correct? A job of a web content writer is to provide content, pure and simple I'm guessing? This particular client already has a web designer...so my web content I deliver to her doesn't need to be sent in an html file, correct?

Any help with this matter is greatly appreciated!

Thanks,

Scott


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PostPosted: April 22nd, 2011, 8:24 am 
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As long as your providing her only the written content for her web page, sending it as a word doc should be fine.

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Hi Scott,
Welcome to the forum.

To be safe, you might ask the client. I can think of many reasons that a client might prefer one format over another. For example, some businesses use computers that cannot run software that's been designed for a PC.

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PostPosted: April 23rd, 2011, 3:41 pm 
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DaveLevin wrote:
Hi Scott,
Welcome to the forum.

To be safe, you might ask the client. I can think of many reasons that a client might prefer one format over another. For example, some businesses use computers that cannot run software that's been designed for a PC.

Best,
Dave


There aren't many of those left: there are multiple programs now that convert Word to Mac and Mac to Word.


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