So you’ve gone through all of the WriteWorldwide learning resources, you’ve tightened up your grammar skills, learned how to write engaging headlines, and you’ve even managed to find a niche that’s ripe for the taking.

But now that it’s time to send out your first cold pitch, you’ve just realized that you have no clue what you should charge for your writing.

Do you charge per word, per hour or per project?

Do you go high, so potential clients assume that you’ve been at this for a while?

Do you go low, so you can snag as many clients as possible and build up that all-important portfolio of published work?

Or do you go somewhere in the middle?

While these are difficult questions to answer, we’ve got you covered. Simply fill out the form below and grab your free copy of “The Freelancer Writer’s Pricing Guide 2018.”

In this ebook, we answer the above questions and give you the prices for a variety of writing projects such as ebooks, blog posts, white papers, product descriptions, and even website copy.

So what are you waiting for?

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