Monthly Archives: October 2012

4 Times You Must Say No To A Writing Client

I’ve heard it said that half of success is knowing when to say ‘no.’ Learning to say ‘no’ to writing clients is something any successful writer ultimately must learn. The time to say ‘no’ falls into two general categories. The … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Be a Good Writer

Someone asked me recently if I considered myself a good writer. I know what he meant — he wondered if I thought myself talented enough to label my work “good.” . Moot question in my view. That’s not what I … Continue reading

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Investing In Your Freelance Writing Business

The word, free, in freelance refers to your ability to pick and choose the clients you’ll work for and the schedule you’ll work – not that you’ll work for free or that you won’t’ need to invest in your freelance … Continue reading

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Three Ways to Win Clients

A writer was lamenting her inability to score new clients. She’d marketed, she said, but couldn’t seem to get any client to the table. What was she doing wrong? That’s a loaded question. There are so many factors that go … Continue reading

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