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Freelance Writing Income: How do I earn so much?

After posting my October freelance writing income yesterday, I received several emails asking the same question: how do you earn so much money? While this is not an easy question to answer, I am going to attempt to do so anyway.

First off, you have to realize that I did not earn over $7,000 my first month as a freelance writer. In fact, it took me three months to break the $1,000 mark. The bottom line is that you need to start at the beginning, and build your career month to month. It may not seem like you are making any progress, but over time this will change. By carefully charting your monthly income you will be able to see just how much progress you are making.

Moving on, I have built my income up to a high level because I provide quality service to my clients. This includes both content and customer service. I take the time to make sure that every client is satisfied. And of course, doing this means offering a high level of customer service. You need to constantly be in touch with your clients, providing updates, making sure that they are taken care of, and always getting what they want.

Repeat work. Does it get any simpler than that? When a client is always sending work your way, you will have a much easier time increasing your income. This allows you to hold steady at your current income level, and then increase it by adding new clients to the mix.

Finally, always make sure that you are working hard and putting your all into every job. When I started out as a freelance writer I was working 10 hours a day or more, and only making half of what I do now. All of this hard work has led to me being able to work shorter days, while earning much more money.

Above are just a few of the reasons why I think I earn a decent freelance writing income. Hopefully you will be able to put these tips to good use. Of course, the way that you run your freelance writing business will not be the same as me. Do what is best for your situation, and you will reap the rewards in the end. 

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