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Learn the Answer to the Question Every Freelance Web Writer Asks Sooner or Later … What Do I Charge?

In her video, Rebecca reveals proven marketing strategies that will help you pursue and land the projects you want. More importantly, she gives you expert, inside information to help you navigate the ins and outs of pricing web projects so that you are fair to yourself and to your clients.

With Rebecca’s advice under your belt, you’ll:

  • Be able to craft an intelligent proposal and bid and deliver it to your prospects with confidence;
  • Understand when and how to raise your rates;
  • Learn how to combine projects so you get a bigger fee and your clients get more value;
  • And, identify what the most common web projects are so that you’re ready for any request your clients might make.

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Published: April 21, 2011

2 Responses to “Learn the Answer to the Question Every Freelance Web Writer Asks Sooner or Later… What Do I Charge? [video]”

  1. Even though this video dates back to 2011, it is still timely and informative. View it for the principles, tips and suggestions--simply input current rate ranges.

    HollyMoJanuary 30, 2017 at 10:51 am

  2. Great presentation, Rebecca. Your 2011 tips are still valuable toward the end of 2018. I need to remember to never negotiate by phone. Give yourself 24 hours to consider work and time commitment involved. Thanks so much.

    Betty GlazSeptember 10, 2018 at 5:28 pm


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