Archives for Working With Clients

Build the Relationship and Build Your Success

By James Hippen | April 18, 2018

Building relationships with clients and prospects is one of the easiest and most natural ways to keep business flowing your way. But we’ve all had that moment where we aren’t sure how to take the first step or we aren’t certain how to move things forward. This will help.

10 Tips for Improving Your Communication Skills

By John Torre | April 12, 2018

Good communication skills are essential to a smoothly running business and solid client relationships. When you take the time to practice good communication, you’ll avoid misunderstandings, false starts on projects, and other embarrassing situations.

6 Tips for Making a Strong First Impression

By John Torre | April 5, 2018

First impressions can have a huge impact on whether or not we land the client and pick up the project. If you regularly practice these six habits, you’ll make good impressions everywhere you go… and that will make growing your business easier.

Six Tips for Communicating with Clients on a Project

By John Torre | March 29, 2018

Every client is different. They have different ideas about how a project will go and different preferences when it comes to communication. Here you’ll find six tips that will help you when communicating with clients, so everything goes smoothly.

Reality Blog: Don’t Let Doubt Kill Your Dreams

By Tracy Clement Wilson | February 9, 2018

Sometimes when working on a project things don’t go as expected. It’s easy in those moments to start questioning if you’re ready, if your client likes you, if you can really do this whole freelance writing thing. Tracy shares her own story of self doubt and how she got past those negative feelings.

Roving Report: Getting Creative with Case Studies

By Susanna Perkins | February 7, 2018

Whether you call them “success stories” or “case studies,” these powerful marketing tools are often under-leveraged. Find out seven creative ways you can use case studies to help your clients land more business.

Why Freelancers Need to Kill Their ANTS

By Lisa Christoffel | February 1, 2018

Automatic Negative Thoughts (ANTs) — when your brain starts predicting bad things, worrying and upsetting you unnecessarily — can be a productivity and confidence killer. Here’s how to step on those ANTs!

How to Get Hired! Top Five Things I Look for in a Writer…

By Rebecca Matter | January 30, 2018

Recorded: January 30th, 2018: Your ability to work well with clients has a big influence over how quickly and easily you build your freelance web-writing business. Rebecca Matter shares the non-writing traits every writer should cultivate.