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.
Is it your dream to work from home for yourself as a freelance writer? In some ways, it can be extremely difficult. Not everyone takes into consideration just what goes into working from home. And it can have its negative side effects.
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.
Want to get the most out of being a freelance writer? It takes more than just being able to construct good sentences and finding good clients. In fact, you could say there are several things you must avoid if you really want to be a success.
I’ve increased my writing output and freelance earnings by 10x over the past year, and today I want to share one of the most effective productivity hacks that I picked up during that time.