Posted June 13, 2012 in Managing Clients
Of course, if you understand that there is a relationship behind each of your dealings with a client, this only makes sense.
As a freelancer, it’s important to understand each of these relationship stages so that you can avoid address the challenges that arise in each stage. Your client relationships are key to your success as a freelancer.
In this post, I identify each client relationship stage and explain how you can handle some of the challenges that arise.
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Every freelancer should have a blog, or at least a website, to act as a portfolio to showcase his or her expertise. That’s because, for most freelancers, online marketing plays a huge role in how we get our customers.
Most freelancers understand this. But if you’re just getting started what is really the best way to go about getting a website for yourself?
You basically have two options when it comes to setting up your business blog:
- Host a website on your own domain that you either host yourself or pay an internet hosting service to host for you.
- Host a website on a free site using one of the many free blogging services such as Tumblr, Blogger, or WordPress.com.
Recently, there’s been a lot of talk about free blogging services. Some prominent small business gurus have even recommended that a free blogging service might be the best option for a small business that is looking to create an online presence.
In this post, we’ll discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using a free blogging service for your freelancing business blog.
After weeks of wavering, you’ve finally decided to become a freelancer. You’ve got the skills. Maybe you’ve even set up a freelancing website already. You’re ready and willing–but there are no clients in sight.
Now what do you do?
This post gives you twenty tips for finding that elusive first freelancing project.
For a growing number of freelancers, one freelance business is not enough. These busy, dedicated folks operate more than one freelancing business at the same time.
How do they do it?
After all, most freelancers are already juggling many different responsibilities.
I caught up with a couple of these busy folks last week. In this post, I’ll share some of their “secrets” so that we can all learn from them.
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