In freelancing, the requests and demands from clients will vary greatly. And sometimes, what you write just won't satisfy. In these instances, we can respond in one of two ways - either give up on the assignment, or work to make the article satisfactory for the client.
This week's article includes examples from Glenn's successful freelancing career of different client needs and how he handles them. As always, lots of excellent information and advice! Here's the first paragraph to whet your appetite:
In all likelihood the sun will rise tomorrow. There will be flowers to smell, birds will serenade you and a pot of coffee will call your name. But today, well today sights, sounds and smells are muted in favor of savoring a rejection slip.
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LEARNING YOUR CLIENT'S IDIOSYNCRASIES
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