Free Webinar and Q&A:
A Potential Writing Client Contacted Me. Now What?!?

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When you’re starting out as a freelance writer, talking to clients may seem foreign …

What do you say first? What do you do next? How do you ensure you come across as a professional? How do you land the job?

In this FREE Inside AWAI session on Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 12:00 pm ET, A Potential Writing Client Contacted Me. Now What?!?, AWAI’s Katie Yeakle, Pam Foster, and I will show you exactly how to handle those first conversations with ease and win over clients. You’ll find out:

  • What clients look for in a writer they contact
  • The very first thing to do when you’re contacted by a potential client
  • How to drive the entire conversation like a boss
  • How to comfortably answer the “what do you charge?” question
  • The best way to establish a great relationship so the client says, “Let’s start!”

Join us to get the Inside AWAI scoop on how it all works … and to ask your questions about talking with clients.

Sign up here to join us for FREE.

Note: Even if you can’t make the live event, I encourage you to sign up anyway. You’ll get access to the recording and slides afterwards.

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Published: August 3, 2019

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