Invoicing seems to baffle more than a few freelance writers. I know because I get questions. Not only that, my article Sample Invoice for Writing & Editing Work continues to get a high number of visits every week even though it was written ages ago. My hunch is it’s not the mechanics about invoicing or […]
If you follow this blog you may realize I love flat fees. Like so many things in life, flat fees do have some potential problems. The biggest, in my opinion, is that you may end up charging your client less, sometimes significantly less than you would have if you were charging them by the hour. […]
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Do most of your writing clients really know what they want? Of course, mileage will vary. If you’re working with managers who often hire freelance writers, the chances are those clients really know what they want. On the other hand, someone who has worked with few or no freelance writers often has lots of misunderstanding […]
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