5 Freelancing Mistakes that Could Cost You 6 Figures in Lost Fees
This past winter I bought Jason Leister’s ebook called 31 Tips for Working with Clients (now called How to Get Kick-Ass Clients).
I enjoyed it so much, I read it in two sittings. Then, a month later, I read it again.
Here’s the thing about freelancing…
My experience is unique to me. The lessons I discover are limited to my unique observations in my unique circumstances.
You could put 10 freelance copywriters in a room and discover that they’ve ALL had different experiences… different lessons learned… different conclusions reached.
And that’s why I believe it’s so important to learn from other successful freelancers when given the chance.
And it’s why I buy the experiences of other freelancers — because it expands my understanding of how to get the most out of my business — and how to avoid the pitfalls that are so easy to fall into.
5 Freelancing Mistakes That Could
Cost You 6 Figures in Lost Fees
Jason is now building on his first work by sharing 5 freelancing mistakes that have cost him at least 6 figures in lost fees. He’ll be sharing his mistakes on a paid webinar that happens this Thursday, June 30, at 10 p.m. Eastern time.
Jason’s claim may sound a bit crazy, but having been a freelance copywriter for 6 years now, I don’t doubt it for a second. I’ve probably lost at least $20K (probably more) just from deadbeat clients who didn’t pay for work performed.
I’ve probably lost a lot more in undercharging or simply agreeing to bad terms.
Having read Jason’s work, I feel very comfortable recommending his webinar. If you’re a freelancer, you should pay to attend. The cost is just $29, and that includes the recording.
Here’s the link to sign up:
-Ryan M. Healy
P.S. Consider this for a moment… your $29 investment in Jason’s webinar could save you from making a thousand-dollar mistake. It could save you from making a ten-thousand-dollar mistake. And it could help you negotiate better terms — putting thousands of additional dollars in your pocket.
Whatever the outcome, I’m confident it will be worth it for you.