- As a proudly Australian initiative, we’re excited to showcase a collection of Australian stories, music, tributes and more.
While Baha’i Blog is a non-profit project, funded by donation, we do aim to offer remuneration for consistent writers and creators. Our general approach is to offer remuneration to consistent contributors of articles and creator videos, and to ask film makers, video editors, animators and artists, for quotes/rates when commissioning work.
We have a simple rate sheet that gets updated from time to time, shown below. If you’re interested in becoming a consistent contributor, reach out to us to discuss.
|Published original articles||AUD $100 p/article|
|Published original creator videos for TikTok or Instagram Reels||AUD $100 p/video|
|Commissioned filming, video editing, art, animation||Based on freelance rates / quote|
If you’re unfamiliar with creating invoices, simply create a document (such as a PDF or Word Doc) with the following:
- The word ‘invoice’ stated prominently.
- The name of the individual or company supplying the service
- The address of the individual or company supplying the service
- The name of the recipient i.e. Half Light Media Ltd
- The date of issue of the invoice
- unique invoice number used to identify the invoice. This is a running serial number that the person or company supplying the services maintains. No two invoices from a supplier can have the same invoice number. This could be displayed in the following format: Invoice #004.
- description of the goods or services being charged. This includes: the date the goods were delivered or services rendered and a description of each unit of work or item delivered. e.g Filming studio sessions; editing & uploading
- total price charged e.g. Amount due $400.00
- the currency e.g. AU Dollars
- clearly marked PayPal address for payment
- If possible the invoice should be in a .PDF format (because if for example the invoice is in Word then it can easily be changed either accidentally or deliberately)
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The arts and media have a critical role in how we share our community experiences. We’ve got resources, projects and more to help you get involved.
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia.
We recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their cultures; and to elders both past and present.