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Help Clients with more than Writing

As a freelance writer my number one task is to produce compelling content for my clients. But this is not the only thing I do. Sure, I spend 95 percent of my time writing but there are other things that I do for my freelance writing clients as well. Have you ever taken the time to think about other ways that you can assist your clients?

Many of my clients come to me for help with developing an overall content and marketing strategy. In other words, they know what they need but are not sure what to do with it. Take for example a client that is interested in starting a corporate blog. Not only do I put time into writing the content, but I also assist in marketing and other developmental related details. And of course, they pay me for all of this. Over time, helping clients with more than writing has allowed me to learn a lot about other industries. A lot of the experiences I have picked up have helped me to successfully launch my own projects.

Some clients simply want to use me as a sounding board. They will call me with questions and ideas, and hope that I can give them some solid, professional feedback. Even though I usually don’t get paid for this, it is something I enjoy doing. Not to mention the fact that it helps me forge a better relationship with the client. In many cases this leads to more work down the line.

Don’t think of yourself as just a freelance writer. Chances are that you can bring many other skills to the table. Make sure your clients are 100 percent aware of what you can do for them. This way they know where to turn when something new comes up. 

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