One of the hardest things to deal with as a freelance writer is a difficult client who hires you for a task but doesn’t have full faith in your abilities. It is frustrating and can result in a very bad situation. Today, I’ll show you how I deal with difficult clients when I know I’m right.
Titles are often the primary factor whether someone clicks a link or not. They are part of the first impression visitors get of the content you want them to read. This is why you need to find a way to build awesome titles for content.
For a freelance writer, the competition on the Internet is fierce. Whether you’re working on getting private contracts or writing for Textbroker, you can bet thousands upon thousands of people are trying to get the same jobs. You need to make yourself stand out.
As a freelancer, being able to diversify yourself has potential to help you bring in a lot of money. Instead of centering around one specific task or skill, expanding your abilities gives clients options. Which in turn increases your value.
One of the most important aspects of freelancing is client care. How you interact with others is vital to your success. This is especially true in today’s socially-connected, online world. And how you engage clients will dictate whether or not you get future work.