Are You Charging What You’re Worth?

Date: August 22nd, 2013
Time: 3pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Pricing Strategies
Presenter: Steve Slaunwhite

One of the top three questions that freelance web writers ask is, “How much should I charge?” And one of the biggest mistakes that web writers make is charging the wrong amount for the services that they offer. In this live webinar event, top copywriter Steve Slaunwhite tackles the issue of pricing your services.

During this interview you’ll discover:

  • The biggest pricing mistakes web writers make and how to avoid them.
  • Strategies for setting prices that make sense given the value you provide.
  • How to quote your fees with confidence.
  • And much more.

Learning to confidently ask for what you’re worth can make the difference between landing a new client and having them look elsewhere. Mark your calendar—you don’t want to miss out on this valuable information.

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Steve Slaunwhite

Creator of AWAI\'s bestselling program, \"Secrets of Writing High-Performance B2B Copy\". Instructor at the semi-annual B2B Virtual Workshop. I enjoy helping writers make it big in the business-to-business market!

2 Comments

  • Steve,
    Thanks for the terrific chat about charging what we’re worth. I really enjoyed listening to your great tips, and found little nuggets of essential information on where to begin with setting fees, creating a fee schedule, etc. I also really enjoyed hearing about how to get a professional quote to the client. Like you, I have been experimenting with a digital way to get proposals out that make it easier on the client to sign and approve. I’m actually playing with a quote creation program online that lets you know when the proposal was viewed, signed, etc.

    Finally, it really helped hearing about how to follow-up after the proposal has been sent. Some advice I’ve seen out there is to wait two days — I much prefer sooner, rather than later and your approach “to get that project moving forward” is right up my alley!

    Thank you!

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