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How else can you help your Freelance Writing Clients?

Do you ever take the time to ask your freelance writing clients if you can help with anything else? If not, you may be missing out on some great opportunities. Believe it or not, you may not be the only freelance writer that your client works with. If you ask for more work you may just get it. Sometimes it is that simple!

You don’t have to be pushy when asking clients how else you can help. All you have to do is convey how much you enjoy working with them while also adding that you are available to take on more work at anytime. Even if your client does not have anything to throw your way right now, you never know when this may change in the future. If they know you are available you will probably be the first person on their list if something comes up.

I recently wrote a sales letter for a client and followed the above advice to land a web writing gig as well. Remember one thing: it never hurts to ask. I simply called my client on the phone, asked them how the sales letter was converting, and then led into discussions about other projects. Soon enough I was getting started with content for their website. When this project is complete I plan to ask if there is anything else I can do.

You should always be asking yourself how else you can help your freelance writing clients. Again, you are not always going to land more work just by asking. But if you don’t show your interest you are probably going to miss out on many great opportunities. Make sure all your clients know that you have plenty of time for any project they can assign to you.  

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