How is it different from a retainer?
A retainer means you are paying in advance for a set amount of work that is pre-defined. If additional work is needed, there are extra charges. For example, you are suing someone and hire a lawyer. The lawyer estimates 40 hours of work and asks for a retainer of 40 hours. However, the work is more complex and it takes more than 40 hours. The lawyer charges you more money as a result.
Our subscription model is not for a pre-set amount of work, it is for an unlimited amount of writing and/or editing that you need on a monthly basis. There are no additional fees if significant time is spent on our side. For example, you sign on to Netflix. They bill you monthly, but don’t charge extra fees, no matter how many hours you watch.All faqs
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