Imposter syndrome can follow us around like a black shadow. It lurks. A creeping sensation that’s just waiting for a project to go south, so it can shriek in our ear “TOLD YOU SO!” Luckily, imposter syndrome fades with time.
Are you a CMO or a copywriter? Because here’s the thing, it’s not about job titles but mindset. With more and more copywriters joining the market and AI tools now able to write basic articles, you need to offer more
Want to know the secret to attracting high paying clients? STATUS. Clients respect status. But it’s not something you can earn just dropping knowledge bombs in Facebook groups. You’ve got to project status with every interaction, Skype call, and piece
Google “[keyword] we hate spam as much as you do” to find newsletters related to your area of specialist knowledge. 2. Signup to their newsletter and see if their thank you page takes you to an affiliate offer 3. If
How did the freelancing life treat you this year? Get a steady flow of clients to keep amassing your cash pile, Scrooge McDuck stylee? Or find yourself scrambling for change on freelance bidding sites just to cover the rent? If
When working with a new client it’s wise to set some ground rules. Outlining how you work will establish yourself as the adult in the room. It will also avoid mission creep and “just touching base” emails gobbling up your time.
Listen to people and offer advice. Don’t just talk about yourself Maybe not today. Maybe not tomorrow. But there will come a day when you’ll have to step away from your keyboard, iron a shirt/blouse and go speak to
If you’re charging per hour, you’re undercharging. Why? Because in this madcap world of freelancing there are all manner of tasks beyond sitting down and writing copy. Try this for a week: Track everything you do on a spreadsheet. It
You get an email from a potential client asking for a web page. You’re smart. You don’t instantly email back with a price and a delivery date. That would be stupid. Instead, you do some digging. You ask: …what action