How to double your freelancing income without a single new client
Matt Inglot of Freelance Transformation has written an article about getting repeat work from your existing clients. This has been a core strategy for me, in fact I still work with one client 9 years after our first project together.
How and where do you market to your niche?
Your marketing works like a flywheel, it takes a lot of effort to get it to start spinning but once it does you can keep it going without much effort. Curtis McHale has an overview about how to market your business that mirrors the advice I give to everyone who is struggling to start their marketing.
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7 Tips to Calculate Your Freelance Rate (shopify.com)
How To Raise Your Rates With Your Existing Clients (doubleyourfreelancing.com)
Overcoming the fear of failure as a creative with Seth Godin (freelancersunion.org)
How to Handle Objections Like a Pro (nusii.com)
When Consultants Should Hire Contractors or Outsource (consultingsuccess.com)
What Does It Mean To Be A Freelancer? (doubleyourfreelancing.com)
Discovering your future clients before they discover you (creativeclass.io)
Sherlock Holmes on specialization – More leads for your dev shop (philipmorganconsulting.com)
Art of Value #96: How the Customer Decides to Buy with Sean D’Souza (artofvalue.com)
The Business of Freelancing, Episode 53: Budi Voogt on Finding Points of Leverage (doubleyourfreelancing.com)
Freelance Transformation #62: How Freelancers can Avoid Financial Mistakes with Ryan Battles (freelancetransformation.com)
Thanks, I’ll see you next week
Eric Davis (@edavis10)