Posts tagged with ‘writing rates’

  • 47 Things to Consider When Setting Freelance Writing Rates

    By Jennifer Mattern on March 8, 2014
    Are you confident that you set the right freelance writing rates? Are they really helping you reach all of your financial goals? Or did you find out through trial and error that there were some factors you forgot to consider? Alicia Rades brought this topic up recently in one of the All Indie Writers forums. She wanted to know how she […]
  • How One Freelance Writer Increased Her Income Ten-Fold

    By Jennifer Mattern on February 16, 2009
    I've spent a lot of time over the last several years talking to freelance writers earning $.01 per word or even less, trying to encourage them to raise their rates and get out of their rut--the one where they want to raise rates but can't, because there's no time to market to a new client base when you're cramming tons […]
  • Why Should Clients Pay You More Just for Doing Your Job?

    By Jennifer Mattern on August 11, 2008
    I was doing a bit of blog reading this morning, and came across this quote in regards to freelance writers bidding low on writing jobs when they're new: "A novice copywriter can start with a low price at first. Companies will eventually increase the pay of a copywriter who always submits quality work." I see this being said to new […]
  • Setting Freelance Writing Rates so You Don’t Get Screwed

    By Jennifer Mattern on November 16, 2007
    We're getting close to the end of the year, and there's no better time to rethink our freelance writing rates. While I've already covered the issue here and on the writing forums, I want to revisit the topic again by taking a close look at the numbers and possible freelance writing rate strategies. Common Strategies for Setting Freelance Writing Rates […]