How’s your freelance income?
If you’re working for low-paying clients barely getting by, it’s a pretty frustrating place to be.
But if you want to change your situation and increase your freelance income, you can’t keep doing the same things, working for the same clients, and expect anything different.
If you really want to grow your freelance income, sometimes you have to take a step back, and take a closer look at what you’re doing right, and what you need to change.
Improve your marketing efforts. Find better clients. Get a better handle on how you’re using your time. Raise your rates.
It might seem like big to-do list, but you don’t have to change everything all at once. You just need to be strategic about it to move up and earn more.
When freelance writer Sylvie Tremblay’s found herself tired, broke, and desperate for work, she made a mindset shift, changed her approach to running a business, and managed to triple her freelance income. Here’s how it’s done: