Posts tagged with ‘freelance writing clients’

  • Quick Tip: Pursue International Freelance Writing Clients

    By Jennifer Mattern on April 7, 2015
    I can't remember where I read it now -- maybe on a blog, maybe on Reddit. But a few days ago I saw someone complaining about international freelancers. In this case they were talking about freelance development work and all of the competition they faced from overseas. This is something I see all the time. But then the conversation flipped. […]
  • Quick Tip: Treat Your Freelance Writing Client’s Business Like it’s Your Own

    By Jennifer Mattern on January 27, 2015
    In a comment on a recent post about successful e-book sales also leading to thousands of dollars in freelance writing gigs, I responded to a comment from Amandah Blackwell. And in my response, I basically said that freelancers should treat their own projects as they would treat a client's project, and that they should treat clients' projects as if they […]
  • Freelance Writing Myth: Bigger Clients Always Have Bigger Budgets

    By Jennifer Mattern on February 13, 2014
    When you're looking for freelance writing jobs, you might think a logical move is to target larger businesses and publications. Bigger clients have bigger budgets after all. Right? You might be surprised to learn that's often wrong. While it's true that larger clients sometimes can afford to pay their writers more, a client's budget for a freelance writer often doesn't have […]