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Thread: What do you do when a client rejects your work?

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    Usually i give unlimited revision, thats how you can gain reputation online

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    Fortunately that never happened to me but i would have give more revisions and if he is still not satisfied then i will clearly go for a full refund rather thn wasting more time because you never know about your client's taste and sometimes it's hard to get what they want
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    I have not been rejected of my work since I started freelancing. Most of them are data entry jobs. If I am rejected, I accept because I consider wasting their time for hiring a crap data entry worker. As a freelancer, you must know first what you are doing before you will apply so that you have no chance to be rejected by your client.
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    Kindly ask why they don't like your work so you can try to correct yourself for the next one...
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  5. For large projects, it's best to go into the project with a defined specification and a defined change order process. When the client requests a change, you must determine if it's a failure to meet specification or a change order. That determines who pays for the rework.

    In some cases, your quality of life will be considerably improved by firing clients who cost you more than they pay you. Or, as an alternative to firing them, you can sometimes simply raise the prices you are charging them to cover for the extra services they require.
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    That's as lovely as your new avatar

    I simply apply this trick to my working model with clients often. You get to know such clients right in the initial conversations and inquiries. So, it gets easy to deal with most of the clients and get paid what you deserve.

    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    In some cases, your quality of life will be considerably improved by firing clients who cost you more than they pay you. Or, as an alternative to firing them, you can sometimes simply raise the prices you are charging them to cover for the extra services they require.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    For large projects, it's best to go into the project with a defined specification and a defined change order process. When the client requests a change, you must determine if it's a failure to meet specification or a change order. That determines who pays for the rework.

    In some cases, your quality of life will be considerably improved by firing clients who cost you more than they pay you. Or, as an alternative to firing them, you can sometimes simply raise the prices you are charging them to cover for the extra services they require.

    Pilot projects are also a good way to define the specifications so you don't loose your shirt.

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    if you have mentioned in contract then go for it. butt it's good for you to go and do it agains for the Goodwill .
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  9. If a client rejects my work I will accept it and charge it to experienced only. But I usually tried to give my best so if a client would reject it then I will just give him a negative i trader as long as it is not my fault ...

  10. #20
    Revisions should be provided, if client just doesn't accept a revision then he should not receive their deposit back. You spent hours working hard on that project and he should understand that sometimes revisions are required to make sure he finally is satisfy with the final product.

    However if you believe your revisions will not satisfy him either, don't waste your time working on more revisions and get the same response from him.

    I think it just depends on the situation, his attitude, total cost of project, is it worth it, is it not, etc....

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