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One of the most frequently asked questions from other freelancers out there: How do I charge my client? This is the 4-step formula I use to charge my clients. It may not be the best but it has worked well for every single project I have undertaken.
A year ago I wrote an article on why every freelancer should have a website where I shared the 5 top reasons why I decided to have an online portfolio as a fulltime freelancer. One year later, my principle has not changed. In fact, I believe that the importance of online presence is an element that every business owner should embrace. Why? Because this time, my online portfolio brings in almost 90% of my clientele with at least 2 to 3 enquiries a week, that’s a total of 12 enquiries a month. How do I do it?
In my 16 months of freelancing fulltime, I’ve came across various clients of different walks of life. I discovered that by simply being myself when I communicate and connect with my clients, things simply changed. The dynamics of the working relationship changes and friendship is formed.
What’s the success code of freelancing that put them up there at the top of the ladder? What makes them successful?
Meeting clients is an essential part of being a successful freelancer; it is essential in any businesses or money-making projects. How do you meet clients in such a way that you can have more time being productive while saving the expenses of traveling and time?
It’s easy to put on the Freelancer cap and call yourself a Freelancer, but are you living up to it? Are you truly a Freelancer?
When a client is disappointed with the products and services we offer, we will have to deal with the situation. And here’s how to transform their frowns into smiles.
It’s normal to be earning just enough to survive when you first start out as a freelancer. But if you sails on with just enough to survive for more than 6 months, then you are not thriving enough as a freelancer. Freelancers should thrive, not just survive!