End writing procrastination in a single step. It’s really quite simple – maybe not easy, but simple. You know the kind of thing I’m talking about – that article, or blog post, or book you’ve been postponing. It might be work for a client or it might be writing something for yourself. It doesn’t matter. […]
I regularly add an amount for contingencies when I’m creating the price for proposals. My goal is to protect myself and my business in the unforeseen events that can happen between a client and me as their writer. Since I generally work by flat fees, I simply add between ten and twenty percent, even twenty-five […]
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“I’d like to charge for writing using a flat fee but I don’t know how long it will take me.” “I always charge hourly so I know I’ll get paid for every minute I work.” And so the debate continues. Is it better to charge for writing by the hour or by coming up with […]
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