Monthly Archives: June 2013

5 Musts for Freelance Writers

As a freelance writer and editor, I have seen advice thrown at freelancers for years, and plenty of it comes with absolutes — you must, you should never, you can’t or you can only. It’s all hogwash, in my opinion. Advice is … Continue reading

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It’s Okay To Tell A Client ‘No’ Or That You Don’t Know How

I’ve been working on a fundraising letter for my favorite non-profit. I’m part of the committee that helps raise money and usually the problem is just that – trying to get something written when I have to include or at … Continue reading

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The One-Sentence Client Magnet

You’ve found a client prospect and you want to convince that client to hire you. So you turn on the charm, practice your elevator speech, dust off your credentials, and wait for the phone call. That’s the hard way. While … Continue reading

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