Wednesday, December 17, 2008

How to Stick to Your Freelance Writing Rates

I blogged about a situation I had with one client recently where I stuck to my pricing guns. It's a scenario all freelace writers will have to deal with at some point. I hope it proves insightful.

Read, Freelance Writing Rates: How to Stick to Your Pricing Guns, at

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