I know starting your web design business can be overwhelming. There is so much to learn and changes in the industry come constantly. For over 10 years I have been helping web designers build their skill set and even launch their businesses. During that time, we have fine tuned our training to not only give beginning web designers the tools for success, but even better, we give you the edge on the competition.
I just got the following email from one of our students…
“Conrad, you don’t know me but I took your course. The funny thing is…I never turned in my homework for a good reason. I wanted to master it and not just be graded for effort. I turned your training into a $116,000 yearly business with no competition. As a matter of fact, I’m in the process in creating a sister company to a very secured niche. Your program is the best. However, the student must separate himself from the pack.” – Jose Lopez
You will notice that Jose mentions that he has no competition. Wait a minute, isn’t web design extremely competitive? Not if you understand positioning and learn how to separate yourself from the competition.
If you are tired of competing on price and struggling to earn a decent income, check out our training course at LearnWebDevelopment.com.
One of the mistakes made by beginning web designers is assuming their design skills alone will bring them a flood of new clients. In reality, it takes a combination of design, marketing and business skills to succeed. One of the web design business skills we teach is how to position yourself as a “preferred provider.” That means that your prospects see you as the clear choice over your competition.
How do you position your web design business?
Well, one easy way to do that is to focus on a specific niche. That is what Jose has done with great success. When you focus on a particular niche market, it becomes much easier to close deals. Just imagine that you are competing with 5 other web designers for a restaurant project. If you are known as the “restaurant web design expert” and have built over 10 restaurant web sites, who do you think is more likely to win the project?
For more details, take a look at our step-by-step training courses here.
If you have questions about launching your web design business, post them in the comments below.