Setting fees — and then actually asking clients to pay them — is a big challenge for a lot of writers. Learn to tie your fees in with your benefits and this conversation becomes easier.
Do you put together proposals for clients only to panic that your prices are too high? Use this method to overcome your own sticker shock and set fair fees.
Many freelancers set their rates too low in the hopes of landing projects. But, with these strategies, you’ll see how to charge more without losing work.
Defending your fees is an integral part of taking care of your business. In this interview summary, you’ll learn several steps to embracing your fees.
Setting fees for your writing services is one of the things that freelancers struggle with especially early on. Jim Wright shares his early experiences with setting fees.
Available: August 13th, 2015 Rebecca Matter and Annette Annechild discuss the fears that writers face when setting fees. Learn their practical strategies to overcome your fears.
Do you use a project fee or an hourly fee? Conventional wisdom says that project fees work better, but some situations provide an exception. Learn more …