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Keep in mind that your offering is changing to a product from a service that you performed for a fee. There is a different mindset that accompanies each. It's nice that you have an initial interest; but, demand will probably determine your specialty. I specialize in the needs of the wealthy. Continue doing what you can to augment your income while you plan ...


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It looks like you have signed over the copyright rights to the company in question. All Inventions are works made for hire to the extent allowed by law In the United States (and similarly in other jurisdictions) any "work for hire", which automatically applies in some situations but can (as you have here) be agreed to in contract, essentially hands all ...


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Something to consider: Charging a consultation fee then offering half or all of the fee as a credit when the contract is signed.


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This is something some people do. I don't know you, the client or anything about the situation so it's hard to tell but it is likely one of two scenarios. Your client is indecisive and not very serious about her ideas. An idea pops in to her head and the first thing she does is arrange a meeting with you to run through the the project, get advice and gauge ...


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Being afraid of ruining reputation and wanting to earn money is natural for freelancer. First, there is no reputation to ruin. From my experience clients like her use people as a free idea well, brainstormers etc. What she can do to ruin your reputation? Say that you are hard to work with when there is no money involved? I've seen more freelancers ruining ...


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If I were you, I would deffinetely tell her that I'm working on another project and if she wants to discuss anything she'd have to first gather any materials relating to it and then in one single E-MAIL describe what she wants and send you those materials. That will show that she is serious enough. Describe you EMAIL request with certain changes you've made ...


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You can always look around the web for a reputable source of virtual assistants. For example, using Upwork is an option. You will want to do your research before hand. Once in an agreement with a VA you are satisfied in working with, depending on how long you will work with them, you will want to make sure you have enough work to keep them busy. This can ...



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