A well-written proposal has four important benefits… for you and the prospective client. When you write a well-thought-out proposal for your client, you increase your odds of landing the project and head off potential miscommunications down the road.
It’s a common fear among freelancers—that they’ll put in hard work and a client will refuse to pay them for it. These tips on collecting debts will help.
Do you make a point to exceed your client’s expectations? If you make this a regular part of how you do business, you’ll see more work, and more referrals, come your way.
As a web writer, you’ll have opportunities to enter in-kind partnerships with businesses. Most will be great. But some advice on accepting freebies, so you don’t get taken advantage of…
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.
Few things are more rewarding than landing a new client, doing good work, and getting paid. But what happens when you don’t get paid? The reason probably falls into one of four categories. See what they are and how to deal with each.