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5 ways to say 'NO' to Clients

/ When we are working with a client, sometimes clients can ask a lot of questions that if we answered it incorrectly we can suffer from it. So here are some question you might encounter in your gigs or career, as a full timer or a freelancer, and how to say "Hell No" without losing a gig.

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✍️ jenuel.dev
Mar. 01, 2023. 6:50 AM

When we are working with a client, sometimes clients can ask a lot of questions that if we answered it incorrectly we can suffer from it.

So here are some question you might encounter in your gigs or career, as a full timer or a freelancer, and how to say "Hell No" without losing a gig.

1. Can we see a pass before we hire you?

I need a deposit to reserve my time
and pay for my assets needed to knock
this out of the park for you.

2. Can you do this for less?

If budget is our priority,
lets start with the amount
you have in mind and
back into a deliverable
that makes sense for
that number

3. Can you do this for free/your portfolio?

The results of this
campaign (done properly)
will more than pay back
this initial
investment

4. Can we add this quick little deliverable?

Absolutely, i'll just
tack the extra hours
on to your final invoice,
does that work? 

5. Can we get unlimited revisions?

Sure! My quote includes
2 rounds revisions.
After those, you can have
as many as you'd like,
we'll just switch to
hourly billing.

"Remember: If you add value, you get paid."

Don not respond to the request, Respond to the issue behind the request.


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