I’ve freelanced for as long as I can remember. I freelance write, design and run a web design and programming firm with some partners.
Over my 12 years as a freelancer, I’ve learned a lot about what it takes to become a successful freelancer – and how to curate a portfolio of clients that will help your business grow. I’ve learned a ton about freelancing – but never more than this last year.
This last year, we decided to try a new approach and consolidate our clients. Instead of working with lots of clients for for low to medium pricing, we decided to work with fewer clients but charge more.
I’ve met hundreds of freelancers, myself included, who don’t know when or how to pull the trigger and start charging clients more for your services. When I decided to take this route, I was worried. Worried I would lose clients. Worried no one would say yes. Worried I would lose out on business.