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Are your Freelance Writing Clients Satisfied?

As a freelance writer you are running a business. Your primary responsibility is to write compelling content, but this is not the only thing you should be worried about.

Are you sure that each and every one of your clients is satisfied with the work you are completing for them? If not, you need to check in with them to see where you stand.

It may sound bold, but there is nothing wrong with asking clients how they feel about your relationship with them. This will quickly give you a better idea of whether or not they are satisfied.

Is there a problem? Or is your client 100 percent satisfied? No matter the answer, you can always do better. Ask if there is anything, big or small, that you can do to strengthen the relationship. You may find that there are minor things you can do here and there to ensure an even higher level of satisfaction.

Finally, if you say you are going to do something make sure you follow through. There is no point in asking clients if they are satisfied if you don’t have any intention on working towards a solution.

It is easy to assume that every one of your clients is satisfied with your work and overall approach. But do you really know for sure?

There is no better time than now to ask clients how they feel about you. Hopefully you will hear that you are doing a great job.

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