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Three Simple ways to Impress Clients

When you impress a client you have a much better chance of developing a long term relationship, while also receiving repeat work. Some clients are easier to impress than others, but you should do your best to make this happen no matter who you are working with.

Here are three simple ways to impress all (or most) of your freelance writing clients:

1. Never miss a deadline. Simply put, you need to submit the finished project on or before the date it is due. If you neglect to do this you will find out soon enough that clients are giving up on you. Nobody wants to work with a freelance writer who does not turn work in on time.

2. Every piece you write should be of high quality. No matter if you are writing a short web article or a long feature, make sure you give your all. There will be times when a client does not like the end result, and in turn asks for some edits. But as long as you put in 100 percent effort the first time around there is nothing to worry about. Your clients will be able to tell when you went all out for them, and also when you cut corners.

3. Go above and beyond what is asked of you. For instance, if you want to impress a new “web based” client ask them if they need help finding images that correspond to your content. Chances are they will say “thanks but no thanks” but in the end this shows that you are willing to help in anyway you can.

As the title says, these are simple ways to impress freelance writing clients. There are many others ways to show your appreciation for a client, and you should follow through with anything that will better your relationship.

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