Ahmed Safwan

It’s three a.m.

You’re still sitting at the computer trying to make your brain work.

Wading through a series of tedious tasks that never seems to end.

Your bed’s in the other room, but you haven’t spent much quality time there this week.

Oh yeah… I forgot to mention the best part:

You aren’t getting paid for any of this.

Sound familiar?

If you’ve been freelancing for long, it probably sounds too familiar.

Sometimes this extra work comes from unreasonable clients. But others – and these are the most frustrating because we do them to ourselves – come from our own mistakes.

Tired of working longer and watching your average hourly rate take a nose dive?

Good news: you don’t have to put up with this anymore.

The upside to making mistakes is that you have the power to notice them and fix them.

You can save yourself from a lot of stress and add thousands of dollars to your bank account… if you’re willing to pay a bit more attention and take action when the time is right.

Here are five common client mistakes to watch out for…

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What if you could double or even triple your earnings by working the same hours you’re working right now?

You’d do it without hesitation.

It sounds great. But maybe you have an idea that making those kinds of leaps in your business has to be a long, gradual process.

The slow and steady route works well for a lot of people…

But it doesn’t have to be that way for you.

If you make the right moves, you can increase your earning potential dramatically within the next few weeks.

You don’t need a blog the size of Lifehacker or Copyblogger.

You don’t need a best-selling book.

The secret?

Just a little willingness to change your approach. To change the way you engage with clients and your workday.

Want to see how?

Keep reading…

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Ahmed SafwanAhmed Safwan

It’s done.

You’ve finally finished writing your epic blog post.

It’s the most practical, the most actionable, and the most insightful post out there about your topic.

You’ve crafted the perfect headline for your post.

You’ve checked each detail, and now the post is ready to be published. In fact, you’re so proud to click on the “Publish” button.

But then, nothing happens.

You may get some visitors to your site, but it doesn’t do well.

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ID-100225201So you want more clients.

You create a lot of posts in your blog to attract more clients.

You want to get more traffic and prove your expertise to your clients, so you make it a no-brainer for them not to hire you.

And what happens?

You get no clients, and this is what happens to most.

Or you get few clients with low rates.

In both cases, you wasted a lot of time.

On the other hand, you see others who write less posts but get more clients with higher rates. They don’t even have time to update their blogs. They may put up a new post once a month or so.

Do you see the difference?

Why do you post more and get few or no clients while others post less and get more high-paying clients?

Here is why…

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