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Having the Guts to Never Negotiate Your Freelance Rate

Never Negotiate Your Freelance Rate

Wouldn’t it be great if every client paid exactly what your time was worth? That’d be ideal, but in reality, most clients will arbitrarily ask for a lower cost for the sake of getting a discount. If you asked me last year, “What would you do if a client’s ideal budget was 25% or even…

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How To Write a Proposal and Win More Clients

How To Write Freelance Proposals

You’ve found the client, you’ve discussed the project in detail, and now’s your chance to make some money! I’ve shared how to find clients without having to chase after them, how to start each project off on the right foot with a questionnaire, and now comes arguably one of the most important steps in the…

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How To Handle Client Revision Requests Like a Pro

How To Handle Client Revisions

After years of freelancing, still, one of the most daunting feeling is waiting for a client’s response to your work. Will they like what you’ve come up with? Does it meet their expectations? What if you get a negative response? “I don’t like this direction.” “This is not what I had in mind.” “Can we…

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The Importance of Values

Importance of Values

Running a freelance business doesn’t have to be so black and white, and you don’t have to operate like a corporation or brick and mortar agency to make good money. There’s a misconception that freelancers are more susceptible to being taken advantage of by the client. This can be true, but only by your own…

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