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Freelance Writing: Dividing Time among Clients

As a freelance writer you are responsible for not only writing, but also the organization of your work. After all, if you take a scatter gun approach there is a chance that you will forget an important client, and end up without the work in the future. And obviously this is not something that you want to happen.

The question is: how do you divide your time among clients? This is an important detail to consider, but one that a lot of freelancers never take into consideration.

Here are three tips when trying to divvy up your time.

1. Spend the most time with your top paying clients. But of course, this does not mean that you should neglect the others. Simply put, you should make sure that you never lose your high paying clients because they are the ones that you rely on the most. Obviously, you do not want to get so caught up on them that you neglect smaller jobs.

2. Set a schedule. This will allow you to make time for every client that you have. While you may have to stray away from your schedule from time to time, having a basic outline is better than attempting to complete all your jobs by memory.

3. If you feel that you have too much work to handle, start to phase out your lower paying jobs. This is a tough thing to do, but remember, it is your duty to treat each client with the respect they deserve. And to go along with this, each client will expect your best work. You need to deliver!

These three tips will help you to divide time among your clients. This may not sound important, but to run a top notch freelance writing operation it is essential.

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