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Reality Blog: 3 Reasons Not to Be a Cheap Writer for Hire

By Tracy Clement Wilson | September 28, 2018

Setting prices can be one of the most confusing steps in your web-writing business. Opt to focus on value rather than providing discounts. You’ll attract better clients, but there are other reasons too!

Roving Report: Defending Your Fees

By Susanna Perkins | September 4, 2015

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.

How much should I charge for writing a web-writing project?

By Heather Robson | June 4, 2014

It’s the question that always gets asked … And up until now, the only answer you’ve received has been “it depends.” And for good reason. There are a LOT of variables to consider when pricing projects for prospective clients. Before submitting a proposal to a client, think about these six variables: Your Self-Marketing Strategy Your […]

Reality Blog: How Much Do You Charge?

By Jim Wright | April 25, 2014

How much do you charge? The answer to this question says a lot more about you than you might think. Jim Wright shares tips for setting sensible prices.

10 Pricing Mistakes You May be Making

By Steve Slaunwhite | June 24, 2011

Recorded: June 24th, 2011
Setting prices is a major stumbling block for most freelancers. Steve Slaunwhite guides you through the most common mistakes and shows you how to avoid them.

A Package Deal

By Rebecca Matter | June 7, 2011

You have the most control over two things when it comes to the way you value your time in your web-writing business – the amount of time you spend on each project and the amount of money you charge for it.

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