Whenever a client wants to hire a copywriter, they can use this document. The copywriter can also use the document when he wants to establish a relationship with the client.
The document called a Copywriting Agreement is made between two parties, the copywriter and the client, for copywriting services. Drafting words, or copy, for anything from ads to emails defines the term of copywriting. Most of the copywriters are freelancers as they work with many businesses online, so this agreement is a handy tool to determine the relationship between them and the clients.
With the help of this Copywriting Agreement, parties set the terms of their relationship, including what the specific projects will be and whether the copy will be used for a limited purpose. Also, the document contains other standard information.
The document differs from the Service Agreement, as it is more specific and outlines clauses relevant to copywriting. Also, it is different than a Graphic Design Agreement, because here, the document is used for services that are used to design things.
You fill out a form. The document is created before your eyes as you respond to the questions.
At the end, you receive it in Word and PDF formats. You can modify it and reuse it.
Whenever a client wants to hire a copywriter, they can use this document. The copywriter can also use the document when he wants to establish a relationship with the client. Regardless of the type or scope of the work, this document can always be used in copywriting.
The document contains information about the parties, their names, and addresses. Also, it includes details about the copy work, its deadlines, pricing, and etc.
A completed document should be printed and signed by both parties. We recommend keeping copies in case any future disputes arise.
Individual state laws governing general and commercial contract principles cover Copywriting Agreements. In some cases, the Federal Trade Commission can govern the agreements as well.