How to Earn More Tips From Clients
Everyone wants to earn tips, right? Well, there are a number of things you can do to increase your chances of earning a tip for your work. You need to be aware that some clients will just never tip, no matter how much effort you put in. But you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how many do, albeit small amounts.
The trick here is the element of surprise, a good surprise. People requesting content are used to be giving mediocre, run-of-the-mill content. As writers we are all in a hurry, and the pay per hour on these sites is really poor. So I forgive anyone who just knocks out the babe minimum and moves on.
But I like doing better than average, that’s just how I operate. I also like making new contacts, and the best way to do this is to impress. This can lead to better paying jobs, more security, and of course – tips. I have only written a couple of hundred articles on HireWriters (ok, that may sound like a lot to some), but I receive tips from several of my regulars.
I have never asked for a tip of course, that’s just not good form and will result in your being ignored I’d guess. But I know that I deliver better work than they would expect if using a random writer. So to avoid going to another writer and risking having to deny the article, or ask for revisions – it’s more cost effective to just pay me a little more, make sense?
Make yourself more in demand, and people will pay for it.