You Should Aim High When Quoting New Clients

This is no time to sell yourself short.

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Today we’re going to talk about that scary thing all we freelancers have to do: provide quotes for our services.

It’s — terrifying, especially when you are first getting started.




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Christina Marie Ward

Christina Marie Ward

SEO content writer in health, wellness living, psychology, relationships, CBD and cannabis. Currently NOT taking new clients or work. Booked till end of July.

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