For the most part, clients simply want good quality work for the amount of money they pay. Unfortunately, there are some out there in the world who purposely prey on freelancers to get even more. I’ve dealt with a few bad apples in my day, and shady clients are part of why so many people are struggling. So, what can you do to avoid being a victim?
There is the right way and the wrong way to win over clients as a freelance ghostwriter. I have seen many potential word-smiths fail simply because they are unable to provide what a paying customer wants. In reality, it’s not all that difficult to provide a superior service. How you walk onto the battlefield will dictate whether or not you will win the day.
Today, there are a number of people who find success by creating content. Whether you’re a writer or you create videos on YouTube, it’s all about sharing a message. Many people, including myself, rely on performing at our best to pay the bills. But what happens when you try to create this content while your exhausted?
As the minimum wage increases across the country, some are curious as to what this means for freelance professionals. For many, it would no longer be worth the time to stay home and work if you can earn more by flipping burgers or running a cash register. Although you’ll make more at certain jobs, there is still something to be said about the comfort of working from home.