Aug 3, 2021
Hello podcast listeners! Here are the questions I’ll be answering today:
+ How do you stop thinking about where your sources would like to see a story published?
+ Do I need to list prices on my website? I keep getting asked for a rates card.
+ I bid on a project but they chose another freelancer. Should I let them know I can go lower?
+ My client wants me to use Slack but it takes so much time. I don’t want to use it. Help!
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