Freelance writing is a big, bold, exciting world full of possibilities. You can find success beyond your wildest dreams — if you know where to look and have the right work ethic.
In this sense, working online is similar to working in the “real world.” However, like the real world, people can be toxic jerks — specifically, new “clients.”
If you are a doe-eyed newbie freelancer, hopefully, you haven’t encountered a client with a toxic attitude. If you HAVE, I’m sorry, and I hope this piece helps you avoid people like that in the future. You deserve payment for your hard work — never let a so-called “client” convince you otherwise.
We are going to go through four different types of behavior that toxic clients possess, and why they are hurting you. Afterward, we will dive in deep and figure out how to avoid them altogether.
These examples are based on my personal experiences and horror stories from freelancing friends. Continue reading “4 Types of Toxic Client Behavior (And How to Avoid Them!)”
Frank Spear is a freelance writer who has been making his mark on the internet for six years. He has seven years of management experience spanning across restaurants, telemarketing companies, and even a company that refurbished aircraft. When he isn’t writing you can find Frank reading or checking out the latest video games.