We are a newspaper and digital media company that is in need of a new solution for our ad design for clients. We've outgrown our current staff and need to be able to increase our capacity.
Scope of Work:
Every week we will have roughly 8-20 ads that will need to be designed on our clients' behalf for our newspaper. Based on our current designers, I would anticipate that we will have 15-30 hours worth of work per week.
I am open to several potential payment options inside Freelancer:
* Per hour rate (MUST use Freelancer's tracking software)
* Per ad rate (each ad invoiced separately for tracking purposes)
* Per column inch rate (price is determined by the size of the ad and invoiced separately for tracking purposes)
You will receive an ad order that includes client name, salesperson, ad size, content instructions and a final due date by which the ad must be approved by the client. You will be expected to communicate quickly and effectively with both our internal sales and design team as well as the client. We will provide proofing software to facilitate real-time communication between all parties.
Ads must be designed in Adobe Illustrator and saved the appropriate Dropbox folders while working on the project.
Expected Turnaround Times
First Draft: 24 hours
Revisions: maximum 12 hours depending on complexity - small adjustments expected in a few hours
Normal Week Calendar (all times US Central)
* Monday AM - Most ad orders are in for the week
* Tuesday AM - First drafts for all ads must be to clients
* Tuesday Afternoon - 2nd and subsequent draftes to clients
* Thursday Noon - Final drafts approved by clients
* Some orders won't be placed until Tuesday or Wednesday, but still must be completed, with client approval by Thursday Noon
Example Order (tracked in Basecamp):
Muscatine County League of Women Voters | 3" H x 2 CI W | Run Date: 2018-03-21
Run Date: 2018-03-21
Order Date: 2018-03-15
Contact Person: Sue
Order Type: New
Ad Height: 3 Inches
Ad Width: 2 Column Inches
Large Ad Size:
Ad Description: Classified Ad
Notes to Billing and Production: Press Release
For Immediate Release 3/13/18
Contact: Sue Johannsen 563-554-0300
Hunger in Our Town
The League of Women Voters will host a panel discussion of hunger and food insecurity in Muscatine on March 27, 7:00 p.m. at the McAvoy Center.
Panelists include Alisha Eggers, Food and Nutrition Supervisor for Muscatine Community Schools; Mark Patton, former Director of Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity; Bill Dyar, coordinator, Muscatine Community Food Pantry; Mike Miller, President and CEO of Riverbend Food Bank; and Nichole Sorgenfrey, program manager, United Way of Muscatine.
Panelists will offer their thoughts on food insecurity in Muscatine and the surrounding area and possible solutions.
Accessibility and nutritional quality of food resources is a challenge for a large population in our county and throughout the region. The March 27th meeting will be an opportunity to inform and educate. Those in attendance will be able to ask questions of the panelists. The public is invited to attend.
Please do not send a template proposal - it will be immediately deleted. In your proposal, please discuss your experience creating newspaper, other print ads or online display ads. Also, include your preferred payment method (hourly, per piece or per CI) and what you would expect the weekly cost to be for a 10 ad week.
Here is a link to one of our issues with ads:
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This will be an ongoing project.
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