The Startup
Published in

The Startup

How to Handle Client Revisions as a Freelance Writer

A step-by-step guide to making this process (mostly) pain-free

Photo by Cytonn Photography on Unsplash

Once, a freelance writing client returned my work splashed red with revisions. Self-doubt sunk in. Am I even qualified to write for a living? Should I even be charging? I asked myself.




Get smarter at building your thing. Follow to join The Startup’s +8 million monthly readers & +756K followers.

Recommended from Medium

How I Made +$1,000 Online — While Studying Full-time

Five Things to Check Before Going Full Time on Your Side Hustle

List Of Hobbies That Can Make Money For You!

How digital nomads make money

9 Ways to Make Money Online!

I Knew Too Much To Be A Successful Entrepreneur

Are companies taking advantage of freelance workers?

Here are 3 biggest things I’ve learned after nearly 10 years of freelancing.

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Dan Marticio

Dan Marticio

Freelance writer creating straight-to-the-point content for other writers who want to get paid.

More from Medium

Why I’m Grateful for Downtime as A Freelance Copywriter

All The Ways In Which I Failed as a Digital Media Analyst Intern

A single company monopolizing access to all social media sounds ridiculous … right?

The Easy 5-Step Guide to Working from Home for Freelancers

Freelancer writing a list with a cup of coffee