We offer the following payment plans for orders of 30 and 50 blog posts:
30 Blog Posts
The 30-blog post package can be paid for in two payments. 50% ($1610) is due up front, with the balance ($1610) due after the first 10 blog posts have been delivered. Once the second payment has been made, the remaining 20 posts will be written.
50 Blog Posts
The 50-blog post package can be paid for in three payments. 50% ($2350) is due up front. An additional 25% ($1175) will be due after the first 19 blog posts have been delivered, and the remaining 25% ($1175) will be due after 30 blog posts have been delivered. Once the final payment has been made, the remaining 20 posts will be written.
10 Blog Posts
Full payment ($1500) is required in advance for orders of 10 blog posts.
Q: How soon will my blog post order be completed?
Regardless of which package you select, the first three blog posts will be delivered within one week after your initial interview. You’ll have one week to give feedback on the first three posts. The next seven blog posts will be delivered to you within one week after your feedback is received.
Remaining blog posts will be delivered to you in batches of 10 per week, within a week after each interview session, until your order is complete.
Q: How long should my answers be in the interview?
Generally speaking, you want to strive for 3-5 minute answers during your interview for EBB. We have found this to be the most optimal time for our EBB clients as it typically leads to 300-700 words for each blog post. This is also why it is a good idea to practice answering the questions before the interview, and include personal experience and stories when possible, as this adds quite a bit of value to each article. Remember, it is the responsibility of the customer, not the interviewer, to provide enough content for each post. Usually, this is very easy for most EBB users because they are used to answering questions in their field and can provide plenty of content, but occasionally we find that some folks simply aren’t as prepared, at which point we at EBB are unable to derive as much content per blog post as we would like.