Articles tagged with: Working World
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.
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.
Juliana Zainal Aznam, a student from RMIT University ’09 majoring in Bachelor of Mass Communication (Media), interviewed me all the way from Australia on the topic – How To Get Into Branding? If you’re interested in branding as a fresh grad, this is an interview you wouldn’t want to miss!
There are 5 things that clients should never say to a freelancer – simply because when clients utter these words, it shows that they don’t treat the freelancer as a professional.
Are you a person who changed positive remarks to negative and vice-versa? What’s taking place in our society when it comes to words of praise and critism?
A step by step tutorial on how to export your database to Ebuzzzz email marketing platform.