Looking for a White Paper Writer?
Where can you find a white paper writer with proven first-class writing credentials and the ability to take on any topic, no matter how technical or complex?
At Red Robot, we do white papers differently. We don’t specialise in any subject area, nor do we stick to ‘fluffy’ topics.
What we offer is exceptional research skills, a solid grounding in technical writing, and a professional wordsmith’s nose for crafting a compelling, authoritative document.
Why white paper writer adds value
A white paper is your opportunity to show off your expertise and demonstrate real leadership in your field. The purpose of a white paper is to share a vision, offer a solution to a particular problem facing your clients or your industry, or to explain a complex issue in an accessible yet comprehensive fashion.
Above all else, a white paper should give the reader the feeling that they have learned something valuable.
Creating a high quality white paper is therefore not easy. You may have all the ideas and knowledge, but when do you find the time to process them into a weighty written document? That’s why hiring one of our seasoned white paper writers makes sense.
Our approach to writing a white paper is this: you have all the expertise, we have the writing know-how and experience. Together, we can create a product that will enhance your reputation and provide value to your audience.
As part of our service, we will:
- Hold initial discussions with you to brainstorm ideas and unpick exactly what it is you want to say.
- Thoroughly research the topic so we can add evidence to your insight and expertise.
- Prepare a proposed outline of content for your approval.
- Write an initial draft for you to review and comment on.
- Make changes and prepare further drafts as necessary, until you are completely happy with the final product.
Need a quote for a white paper?
We can usually produce a fixed quote in 1 working day.
White Paper FAQs
How long is a white paper?
There is no fixed length for how long a white paper should be. The aim is to be thorough enough to be authoritative, but concise enough to be accessible. We usually find most white papers fall in the range of 3000 to 10000 words.
As the purpose of a white paper is to present an idea or argument in-depth, it’s typical for white papers to be quite long.
On the other hand, it is important to remember that your readers’ time is precious, too. They are unlikely to relish reading a book-length document.
What should a white paper look like?
Depending on the length, it is usually advisable to break down a white paper into chapters or similar clearly demarcated sections and provide a contents page at the beginning to help with navigation.
An executive summary provides a brief overview of the content, which gives your readers an opportunity to decide whether it is worth reading any further.
Depending on what you want to achieve with your paper, you might want to include a call to action at the end, explaining how readers can pursue an interest in the subject matter further, and how you can help.
Overall, white papers should be treated as text-led documents, with design focusing on supporting clarity and readability. Using graphics and images to illustrate points made in the text is also recommended, but we don’t typically provide these as part of the quotation.