You know that it’s important to build relationships with your clients and prospects, but to be honest; you have trouble keeping track of them.
What if there was a tool that could help jog your memory about your clients and contacts and keep track of your last contact? That would save you time and possibly help you get more projects, right?
Well, guess what? Such a tool exists (and it’s not a card file or paper address book). In this post, I’ll briefly explain what customer relationship management (CRM) software does and list over twenty CRM options for freelancers.
Posted April 20, 2012 in News
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Each approach has its own unique challenges, drawbacks, and benefits.
In this post, I’ll be profiling two different approaches to freelancing and discussing the challenges, drawbacks, and benefits of each approach.
You don’t get a second chance to make a good first impression, so make your first contacts count. Making a bad impression could cost you a client.
It’s often the first few minutes of any initial meeting that determine whether or not you get a prospect’s business. Yet, many freelancers ignore the importance of leaving a good first impression–that’s because they don’t know how to make a good impression or they don’t understand how important it is.
In this post, I’ll remedy that problem. I’ll share fourteen easy ways to leave a good first impression. At the end of the post, feel free to add your own tips for putting your best foot forward.
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