Freelancing Digest Issue #73 – March 4th, 2016

Teaching as the mouth of your funnel

I want you to optimize for trust, not optimize for traffic volume or list size.

That key point in Philip Morgan’s article about teaching your leads is important. If you actually sit down and figure out your numbers, you’ll realize that you don’t need a massive amount of people to visit your site. You just need a few of the right people to visit.

Effectively using Twitter for freelancers

Twitter can be an easy to use social network for freelancers but it can also suck of your limited marketing time if you’re not careful. You should learn how to effectively start using Twitter and to be clear on what outcomes you want from it.

The Freelancer’s Guide to Long-Term Contracts SPONSOR

Long-term contracts have been the one technique that really made my freelance business a success. So successful in fact that I’m able to work one week each month, taking the rest of the month off, and still make enough to live off of. This training teaches you how.

Quick Links

5 Professional-Life Hacks to Get Bigger and Better in Your Freelance Career (

Are you asking the right questions in your initial prospect meetings? (

7 Drunken, Dire Warnings for Karaoke That Also Apply To Webinars, Workshops, and Keynote Speeches (

8 Quick Tips for a Bulletproof Freelance Contract (

Freelancers Show: #190 Accounting and Taxes with Trevor McKendrick (

Freelance Transformation: #51 Why Clients Buy or Don’t Buy with Sean D’Souza (

The Business of Freelancing, Episode 47: Jesse Strauss on the Legalities of Freelancing (

Thanks, I’ll see you next week

Eric Davis (@edavis10)