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Landing Your Ideal Clients With a Questionnaire

Landing Clients with a Questionnaire

You wake up – just like any other morning – sit down at your computer and start sifting through emails. You have a new project inquiry! Hi, I’m looking to have a logo designed for my new business. We’re starting to grow and it’s time we figure out this branding stuff. Is this something you…

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The Secret to Writing Case Studies That Drive New Client Work

How To Write Case Studies

How do you convert a lurking customer into a paying customer? You know they’re on your website. They’re browsing your portfolio. They’re reading your blog. But they aren’t contacting you for work. Why not? It’s because you don’t know the secret. The one thing that can totally ramp up your freelance business, get more traffic,…

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How to Generate Consistent Freelance Work Without Chasing After Clients

Stop Chasing After Clients to Find Freelance Work

Are you struggling to find clients consistently? Let me guess: since you started freelancing, you’ve experimented with nearly every method of finding clients. You’ve poured hours into job sites, cold-emailing potential clients every day, walking into offices, passing out your business cards – you’ve tried it all at least once. It’s hard work trying to…

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How To Handle Client Revision Requests Like a Pro

How To Handle Client Revisions

After years of freelancing, still, one of the most daunting feeling is waiting for a client’s response to your work. Will they like what you’ve come up with? Does it meet their expectations? What if you get a negative response? “I don’t like this direction.” “This is not what I had in mind.” “Can we…

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How to Deal with Scope Creep

Scope Creep

Have you ever dealt with a client that kept tacking on new tasks and features to their project? First they want a logo, then some business cards, and then all new stationary. You said, “Okay, I can add on a couple of things—No problem.” But, by the end you realized you really should have charged…

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