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March 4, 2019

27 Things To Post On Social Media As A Freelancer

Freelancing requires a lot of marketing. To find clients, have clients come to you, et cetera, you need to be present online. Social media can be a great way to connect with clients on a deeper level, but what exactly do you post? Today, I am going to share 27 different things you can post on social media, so you always know what to say.

There are so many other things you can post, so don’t consider this an exhaustive list. Get inspired to take action and find some other things you can post on your social pages. Use this content as a springboard and think outside the box.

Related Reading: How To Become A Freelancer: What You Need To Succeed & Make Your Own $$$

A note before we get started: Did you know I host an awesome group called The Ambitious Freelancers Group on Facebook? I love hanging out in that group and giving advice to fellow freelancers so if you want even more freelance advice click here to join the group.

27 Things To Post On Social Media As A Freelancer | Are you at a loss for what to post on social media? Social media is a great place to find clients as a freelancer, but being overwhelmed is no fun! Check out this post for 27 things you can create to post on social media today. From quotes to client testimonials, I am sharing a ton of ideas in this post. #Freelancing #FreelanceAdvice #SocialMedia #FreelanceWriter #SocialMediaTips

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In Freelancing on
February 12, 2019

What You Need To Know About Value-Based Pricing As A Freelancer

Pricing is a tough debate when you are a beginner freelancer. How much do you charge for the work that you do? What will someone be willing to pay? It can be very daunting because there is no standard in this industry. Everyone has a rate that they hold near and dear. My rate fluctuates between .10 and .20 cents per word depending on the client. I am always trying to find ways to charge more in hopes that I will get a yes and be able to charge higher rates. I’ve dealt with low-paying clients in the past, but I am all about focusing on higher paying clients now.

Today, I wanted to talk about value-based pricing. We don’t think about this way of pricing our services much. Most of us have been raised to think about work in an hourly fashion. I work 40 hours per week and I make a certain number per hour, right? This kind of thinking won’t help you much when it comes to freelancing. Instead, you should be charging based on the value that you provide your clients. While an hour of your time might be worth $50, the work you are doing is worth much more for the client!

Related Reading: How To Become A Freelancer: What You Need To Succeed & Make Your Own $$$

What You Need To Know About Value-Based Pricing As A Freelancer | One of the hardest parts about freelancing is deciding what to charge. Read this blog for some advice on how to value your freelance pricing more through value-based pricing. #FreelanceAdvice #Freelancing #MakeMoneyOnline

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In Freelancing on
January 11, 2019

My Foolproof Strategy For Taking Calls With Clients As An Introvert

Building a relationship with a potential client can be scary. One of the hardest parts? Going from a conversation to having money in your PayPal account! Booking a client can be very stressful, and I don’t want you to stress anymore. Today I am going to share my foolproof strategy for taking calls with clients.

A client call is strategic. Yes, calls give me major anxiety, but they help me close freelance writing deals. For many clients, they feel better about your services once you talk on the phone with them.

A phone call gives you the chance to hear their needs, offer a bit of your expertise, and get the ball rolling on projects. Overall, it’s one of the best things you can do for your business.

Today, I am breaking down my strategy so all my fellow introverted freelancers can get on the phone with ease.

Related Reading: How To Become A Freelancer: What You Need To Succeed & Make Your Own $$$

My Foolproof Strategy For Taking Calls With Clients As An Introvert | Are you struggling with taking calls from potential clients? Check out my foolproof strategy for hopping on the phone and loving it, even as an introvert. #FreelanceAdvice #FreelanceTips #Freelancing

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In Freelancing on
January 1, 2019

7 Productivity Tools I Use To Be A Better Creator Online

As a full-time internet person, I have to get down to business and be as productive as possible. While I love creating online, it can be challenging to stay focused. There is so much calling your name on a day-to-day basis. Why focus when you could watch a video on the internet? Cute puppy videos on Twitter are very compelling, which is why I use these tools to get myself back on track and focused on the future. Here are just seven productivity tools I use on a regular basis.

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7 Productivity Tools I Use To Be A Better Creator Online | Are you looking to be more productive this year? Check out my list of the seven tools that help me become my most productive self as a freelancer and online creator. #Productivity #Planning #GoalSetting #GoalDigger

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