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Overdelivery and Expertise Equals Profits

Monday, July 26, 2010

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Overdelivery and Expertise Equals Profits

A lot of freelance writers and content providers can manage to get the customers to their site or profile on elance.com or guru.com but very few can get them to return or tell other people how great their experience with you as a freelancer actually was. The secret is not to rest on your laurels [...]

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How to Deal With Multiple Client Projects

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

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How to Deal With Multiple Client Projects

You’ve just completed a full-blown marketing campaign last week, and now the results are starting to show. You’ve got 10 clients waiting for you to do some work for them, but you just don’t know how you’ll cope. Well, for one, let me establish first that quite simply, the more effective you are with the [...]

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How Freelancers Should Combat the Feast-Starve Cycle

Friday, October 16, 2009

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How Freelancers Should Combat the Feast-Starve Cycle

There’s a common problem in the freelancing world which I call the “Feast-Starve” cycle. It’s simply the phenomena that you experience whilst freelancing, where one month all your clients will pay your invoices, and you’ll essentially be flooded and content with your earnings for that month (the “feast” month). Because the freelancer then tends to [...]

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3 Ways to Evolve Your Freelancing Career

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

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3 Ways to Evolve Your Freelancing Career

There comes a time during the course of your career as a freelancer where you have a steady influx of clients, and most of them go away satisfied with your services, ready to refer other people to you. Things are going well, and you’ve even had to turn down clients because of being swamped with [...]

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How to Deal with Client Dissatisfaction

Friday, September 18, 2009

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How to Deal with Client Dissatisfaction

There are times during your freelancing career where things haven’t gone so well. Maybe the client didn’t like your drafts even once you revised the design over and over again, or lack of communication caused unnecessary delays in the project. Well, whatever it is, a freelancer needs to learn how to deal with client dissatisfaction [...]

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