Tuesday, October 30, 2007

POST #37: 40 Days to a Successful Freelance Writing Career

PUBLISHER NOTE: This series was started to answer questions from seminar attendees about what was going to be taught at the Freelance Writing Seminar. Details. I entitled these posts "40 Days to a Successful Freelance Writing Career".

To start at the beginning of the "40 Days" series, click here. And, welcome to the blog. Now, on to today’s post . . .

In Friday’s post, I talked about how to handle the “How much do you charge?” question from clients. Novelist Misti Sandefur sent in two questions to that post. I addressed the second question in yesterday’s post. Here’s the answer to the first one.

Question: If you could do another post about what you should say in your proposal, and even include an example of a proposal, that would be great (I learn best from seeing examples).

Click here to read the entire post -- Freelance Writers: How to Determine When to Send a Rate Quote Requested by Potential Clients (Part II of II)
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