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Do you have something special to offer?

What makes a client choose one freelance writer over another? This is a question you have probably asked yourself many times. There are so many answers that you will never be able to pinpoint them all. That being said, there are a few things that standout in my mind.

If you have something special to offer you have a much better chance of becoming a successful freelance writer. This will give clients more of a reason to choose your services.

Here are three things that you can “play up” when searching for clients:

1. Specific knowledge. Do you pride yourself in knowing more about one subject than anybody else? If so, you should find clients in this area, no matter what it may be, and then concentrate on showing why you are the best hire.

2. Customer service. Every client wants to know that you care about them. Even though great customer service is something that every freelance writer can give, many never realize how important it is. From the very first contact with a potential client you should show that you are willing to do whatever it takes to service all their needs.

3. Experience. In most cases, a client is interested in hiring a freelance writer with experience in a given field. Being able to show work samples can go a long way in making clients fall in love with you. Remember this: any type of experience can be used to your advantage.

Anything that sets you apart from your competition in a good way is a detail you should use to your advantage when selling your freelance writing services.

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