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3 Things I Do to Boost My Revenue Share Site Income

Making money online is a dream of many and it’s become possible for a lot. Revenue share site income makes up a good 60% of my income alone. Between my husband and I, it makes up about 75% of our income. It’s certainly taken time to get to this point and I would like to […]

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Writing Client Wants to Half Your Rates? Here Are 5 Things You Can Do

Being a writer is hard. Our work tends to be undervalued. There are lots of reasons for that and I’m not going to go into them. You deserve the writer rate that you want. One of the worst things is giving a potential writing client your rate and then finding out they want to half […]

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Why Freelance Writers Need to Increase Their Writer Rate

This year I made a bold decision not to increase my writer rate. Usually I do it around the New Year (or sometimes April) and on a yearly basis. It’s standard across the board. So, why didn’t I do it this year? Well, the international move had a lot to do with it. It’s more […]

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How Tracking Time Will Boost Your Writing Pay

I’ve shared in the past that tracking time will help you with your time management. You’ll get more done, finish work earlier, and build your business better. Well tracking time will boost your writing pay, too. Yes, really! Okay, so it doesn’t exactly put extra dollars in your bank account. But it has boosted my […]

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The One Thing Holding You Back From Getting the Writing Rate You Deserve

Did you know there’s just one thing holding you back from getting the writing rate you want and deserve? Yes, just one thing and it’s something that you can control. The problem is that this one thing isn’t always easy. What’s that one thing, I hear you ask? Well, it’s yourself. Yes, you are holding […]

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Raise Your Writing Rates or Keep a Client? Which Is Best for You?

You want to raise your writing rates, but your client can’t afford it. Now you have two options: Raise your rates anyway and lose your client Keep your rates the same just to keep your client Which is the best option for you? Is there a right or wrong option? I hear so many writing […]

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5 Tips for Raising Your Rates Without Losing Clients

We all need to raise our rates now and then. Some will do it this time of year and others (like me) will wait until later on, around the spring/summer period. Whenever you do it is up to you. But you do need to keep your clients in mind. Raising your rates too frequently or […]

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Is Now the Right Time to Raise Your Writer Rates?

I’ve seen many writers say that the end of the year is the best time to raise your writer rates. Well, I’m going to go against the grain here. For me, the end of the year was never the best time. I tried it one year and lost clients. It took a while to build […]

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How I’ve Worked Out My Hourly Writer Rate

All writers need a rate. You need to have a set amount that you charge for your services. Well, you know that and we’ve been through tips on creating a writer rate. I’ve often shared that having an hourly writer rate for a basis is a good idea. How do you go about creating your […]

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How Much Should Your Monthly Target Be for Freelance Writing?

As a freelance writer, you likely have a monthly target to aim for. In fact, you should have a monthly income target to help you work out your hourly rate and your writer rate per project. So, how much should your monthly target be? I really wish I could just give you a set amount […]

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