Tag Archives: Clients

Communicate with the Customers Properly: Freelance Writing Advice

Communicate with the Customers Properly: Freelance Writing Advice

Posted on 20. Dec, 2010 by .

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If you are a freelance writer, not working in-house with a company, then you probably realize how important it is to get the communication with the customer right.  It is better to have this settled from the start.  This is especially true for customers who have a stable group of repeat customers providing frequent gigs.  [...]

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Should You Take the Check Even if You’re Not Into Your Client?

Should You Take the Check Even if You’re Not Into Your Client?

Posted on 13. Jun, 2010 by .

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Graphic Design / Creative Freelancer Advice: Should You Take the Check Even if You’re Not Into Your Client? Whether you’re looking to break into the business world as a hired graphic/web designer for a company, looking to find another full-time gig as a graphic/web designer or you’re out there working for clients as a freelancer, [...]

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Are You Being Unfair by Charging One Client More than Another?

Are You Being Unfair by Charging One Client More than Another?

Posted on 04. Mar, 2010 by .

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Creative Freelancers, Are You Being Unfair by Charging More for Certain Clients? Jeremy Tuber, www.beingastarvingartistsucks.com Your second in line at the grocery store checkout and can’t help but hear the clerk calling out items and prices from the first guy’s shopping cart, “Frozen pizza – $4.89, paper towels – $2.49, 6-pack of Red Bull – [...]

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Difficult Clients 101

Difficult Clients 101

Posted on 18. Nov, 2009 by .

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Without difficult clients life would be…well, we can say not as exciting. But occasionally you find yourself in those positions where you want to just dig a hole and hide from the client that is making you want to quit being a freelancer. Working in the video industry I have had so many great clients. [...]

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