White Paper Cost – How much can you get one for?

30 Jun
2011
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Lots of factors affect the white paper cost. Some of the factors that affect this are:-

 

The writer: A writer who is experienced with writing these papers is naturally going to charge more than a newbie. As the experience of the writer goes on increasing the cost of the paper also increases, but it’s worth the price as experienced writers will generally write them better.

 

The research: The time spent conducting the research also affects the cost. If the writer has to read a lot more and conduct many more interviews then the paper will definitely cost more. If the time spent researching is less, then the paper will definitely cost less.

 

The Length: The length could also affect the white paper cost as this effects the time taken to write it. Generally the longer the paper, the more it’s going to cost and the shorter it is the lesser it’s going to cost. This is because the longer the paper the more amount of time it is going to take to write them and the shorter the paper the less amount of time it going to take to write them.

 

But sometimes it might be the opposite as it sometimes takes longer to write shorter copy, this is because of the extra time spent in editing the long copy.

 

The time: Actually the research and the length together will come together under this category, as these are the two main components that effect the time to write it.

 

Also if you want the paper written in a short period of time it will definitely cost you more.

 

The design: If your paper requires some special design, it will definitely cost you more, as the designing will take up some extra time. It will require an expert designer who is going to charge you a high fee.

 

All these factors together will generally affect the white paper’s cost.

 

Hope this article was helpful?

 

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