What do you do when a client asks you to quote on a mixed bag of project work that includes some editing?
One of my coaching clients recently faced this situation. Her client asked how much … Read more
What do you do when you goof up in pricing a project?
And I mean REALLY goof up!
Hopefully, this doesn’t happen often. But it can happen. And it happened to a coaching client of mine recently.
A … Read more
I often talk about the benefits of recurring revenue.
It adds predictability to your business. And it can enable you to do all kinds of things, like pursue different clients and projects ... or even a … Read more
Recurring income is the holy grail of freelancing.
When a healthy percentage of your monthly income is recurring, you have predictability.
And when you have predictability, you have greater confidence—and a higher propensity to take smart risks … Read more
Late last year, I spoke with Kaleigh Moore, a highly successful freelance writer.
Kaleigh’s target market is SaaS and e-commerce companies. And most of the work she does for these companies is blogging.
I was a bit … Read more
Many of us think of selling as one “thing.”
Either you’re selling or you’re not.
But the sales process is a lot more complicated than that.
(By “sales process,” I’m referring to everything that happens from the moment … Read more
Unfortunately, some clients pay late all the time, no matter what you do.
You have to harass them to get payment, sending reminder after reminder.
Eventually, they do pay. Which makes you reluctant to let them go—especially … Read more
Many of us ask our peers for pricing feedback on different writing projects.
We describe the project and then ask, “So, what would you charge for this?”
But that’s the wrong question to ask!
In today’s short video, … Read more
Have you ever visited a different part of the country and had the most amazing treat?
Maybe it was the best cupcake ever, the best pizza or the most amazing BBQ?
Of course, you have!
And I’ll bet … Read more
Every day, people call the Four Seasons Hotel in Atlanta to book a room.
And every day, dozens of people decide not to book at the Four Seasons because they think it’s too expensive.
They end up … Read more
Sometimes clients or prospects aren’t really sure what they need.
They don’t know what to include in the project scope. Or how to go about solving the problem.
They need your help to figure it out.
If you’re … Read more
You’ve been asked by a client or prospect to quote a project you’ve never quoted before.
Maybe the project is somewhat offbeat.
Or maybe it’s simply something you’ve never done for a client before—even though you’re confident … Read more