You’ve probably had the experience of quoting a project ... and having the prospect react in shock at the price you gave them.
Instinctually, you might want to justify the price by describing the time and … Read more
One of the great things about running your own business is having the freedom to offer lower prices to a “good cause” organization when the spirit moves you.
But even so, there’s a limit to the … Read more
I often encourage my coaching clients to raise their prices.
When they do, a lot of good things can happen beyond just extra income.
But when they raise their prices consistently over time, they may eventually price … Read more
So you’re talking to a prospect about a big, complex writing project.
And they ask you to put together a quote.
That’s great! Congratulations!
There’s only one catch: you’ve never done this kind of project before. And you … Read more
As your writing business grows, it often makes sense to offer retainer agreements to some of your clients.
A retainer agreement is simply an agreement whereby a client pays you a fixed sum of money every … Read more
Pricing your services is one of the most difficult parts of running a successful freelance writing business.
It’s hard enough when a client wants you to create something from scratch. But things can get more complicated … Read more