Freelance, or remote earnings, is one of the areas of activity that is noticeably evolving in our time. Thousands of people start to work on the Internet every day, choosing to provide various types of services.
When accepting orders, processing applications and communicating with customers, sooner or later the question of remuneration arises, and you should be prepared for this. Each order is individual, which means that the price for it should vary.
For example, copywriters who write articles on construction may increase the cost of creating materials on other topics. Similarly, designers who work on certain objects using certain software can do the same.
How to negotiate about the price in freelancing ? Below we will look at how a freelancer should act in order to achieve the best result.
I would like to draw your attention to the fact that talking about the price does not need to start from the very beginning. Before you submit the price of your services, discuss the details of the order and assess the amount of work performed.
For example, if an employer orders 10 articles from you, do not rush to evaluate work , because he can order a certain number of characters, specify keywords, and provide other recommendations. Considering the fact that your work will be more voluminous, you naturally have to increase the cost, so immediately proceed to discuss the details.
In addition, after a long conversation with the employer and discussing every little thing, you will already be able to interest him in your work, and he will hardly refuse to cooperate after he has “written out” every little thing to you.
In order to identify the maximum possible profit, initially ask what cost the employer is ready to offer you. Ask the usual question "How much are you willing to pay?" and explain that you do not have established tariffs for the purpose of individual processing of each application.
In practice, experienced freelancers often have cases when they are faced with "wealthy" clients who are ready to pay high quality work solidly. Do not think that you deceive them and thereby leave an unpleasant impression, take the amount that you are offered.
If the amount presented is too small, do not begin to “make fun” of your client, but correctly describe to him the list of upcoming work and explain that you must pay more for such services.
For some freelancers, talking about money is a difficult process, because reluctant to present a high price, but on the other hand, it also does not make sense to work for a penny. Treat money more easily, because for the first time you communicate with a person and even if it seems to him that prices are too high , then you will only spend a little more time talking about possible cost reductions.
By coming to a compromise that will be the best value for you, you will receive honestly earned money, and the employer will be pleased that he has managed to “throw off” some money.
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