11 Lessons on How to find clients
- 11 Lessons on How to Find Clients
- Finding Clients Lesson #1: Targeted Referrals
- Finding Clients Lesson #2: Zero-line Item
- Finding Clients Lesson #3: The Client Sandwich
- Finding Clients Lesson #4: The Sneak Peek
- Finding Clients Lesson #5: Buy a cup of coffee
- Finding Clients Lesson #6: Get on a show
- Finding Clients Lesson #7: Your Up Level Skills
- Finding Clients Lesson #8: Brag About Your Clients
- Finding Clients Lesson #9: Are you priced right?
- Finding Clients Lesson #10: Who do you hang with?
- Finding Clients Lesson #11: Group Coaching for Leads
I'm continuing here today with the fourth lesson in the "How to Find Clients" series.
This is the no-nonsense series of lessons that work in today's market to find clients you want to be working with on a consistent basis.
Today's lesson will help you position yourself and share insight into what problems you are solving.
You are smart and I know that you are constantly learning and evolving your skills and business whether it's on a project you are working on, or in passing as you read articles online when sitting on the couch.
When you come across something new that you've learned, don't hold it back like it's the One Ring. Share that knowledge either in a tweet, Facebook share, or a blog post or video for YouTube even.
When you share your knowledge online, there will be someone who will search for it who doesn't know.
My friend Val Geisler shares teardowns of Saas business' onboarding emails on her blog.
She stated in her 2018 review "I honed my voice and writing skills and got to build a nice little portfolio of spec work while I worked on moving more firmly into this specialization." And she was able to break the 6-figure mark too.
I can also attribute a few clients to one specific article on my site where I break down a number of well-known brands and how they should improve their checkout process. But in there I share how it could be improved as well.
This gives potential clients a sneak peek into what you can do and how you do it.
But it also gives the web the ability to have a piece of content to serve questions like "how do I improve my checkout process?" or "how do I improve my email onboarding sequence?"
By sharing what you know instead of holding it back will position you and your expertise in the world.
Instead of spending a tremendous amount of time figuring out an algorithm on how you can get your profile to outrank other freelancers on a platform, spend that time pushing out a piece of content that gives a sneak peek into your brain.
Marketing for Freelancers
More episodes in this topic:
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How to get clients when I have no portfolio?
How to get the messaging right to attract customers?
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Should I focus on SEO or Paid Ads to gain new clients?
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When creating a new freelance service what’s the best way to send cold emails?
What is my second most successful lead generation tactic?
Why is an email list important for a freelancer?
What is the best way to attract larger clients?
How do you market your business to local clients other than attending networking meetings?
How do I pitch some big companies in my niche?
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How does a freelance web designer build a client profile when preparing their marketing plans?
How do you price your services on your site?
How important is branding?
What are some useful tools that you use?
What makes a great case study?
How do you turn the things I do into benefits?
How do you decide what to start blogging with if you’ve never blogged before?
How often should I write a blog post?
Should I put pricing on my website?
How to overcome objections people have about you?
What is the best lead generation strategy?
What is your cold outreach strategy?
How would you get into the corporate business as an independent professional?
What is the difference between warm and cold outreach?
How to answer objections and get clients to say “yes”?
How to grow with word-of-mouth marketing?
How to ask?
All my work has been word of mouth, how do I find work on my own?
How do you handle a good fit for you that doesn’t really fit for your marketing message?
What do you say when a lead comes to you from a bad experience with another freelancer?
What to say when a potential client says you are too expensive?
How do I find the time to create content for my business and what do I write about?
Is this going to get me clients fast?
What is the #1 business trend for 2019?
How to sell on Twitter?
How do you make it simple for a lead to sign?
Why did I move my business from Drip to ConvertKit
How do you sell strategy?
11 Lessons on How to Find Clients
Finding Clients Lesson #1: Targeted Referrals
Finding Clients Lesson #2: Zero Line Item
Finding Clients Lesson #3: The Client Sandwich
Finding Clients Lesson #4: The Sneak Peek
Finding Clients Lesson #5: Buy a cup of coffee
Finding Clients Lesson #6: Get Yourself On A Podcast
Finding Clients Lesson #7: Your Up Level Skills
Finding Clients Lesson #8: Brag about your clients
Finding Clients Lesson #9: Are you priced right?
Finding Clients Lesson #10: Who do you hang with?
Finding Clients Lesson #11: Group Coaching for Leads
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