As a freelancer, it's tough enough getting out first inquiry. But once we get our inquiries, the next hurdle is converting inquiries to clients.
Ready to swipe these 3 strategies so you can streamline your process and book more freelance clients? You can implement these techniques today, and see a HUGE impact in your client experience.
Over the past couple years, I’ve received loads of inquiries on freelancing. Everything from how to get started, to the nitty gritty of working with clients. I’ve seen a few questions continuously pop up in my inbox. Though each of these could be its own blog post, I thought I’d dive in rapid fire style and answer a few of your Q’s!
Having a small group of like-minded freelancers who’ve got your back is transformative.
Curious to whether you should showcase your prices publicly on your site? Rather than keeping my strategy tucked behind the curtain, I’m sharing exactly how + why I showcase my pricing.
One of the questions I get asked the most by other freelance designers is how do I find clients? More specifically, how do I attract my first clients? This year I’m inviting you to join me on a monthly marketing challenge to attract clients.
There’s just something special about a new year that brings refreshed ideas and an optimistic eyes. If you’re like me (hello fellow dreamer!), you’ve got #alltheideas flowing for this year in your business. Here’s a few ways I’m taking action this year on lofty goals.
We talk a lot about gaining a long-term approach to your brand, which is definitely crucial for any successful business. Yet in doing so, we quickly move past the seemingly small moments that provide the steps to move toward our long-term goals.
A subscription library is a form of passive income, where customers pay a monthly fee to receive new downloads or resources each month. Lauren set up her subscription library about 1.5 years ago, and today it continues to be one of the most consistent sources of passive income for Elle & Co.
Considering a virtual assistant for your business? Let’s talk about what you need to do to make that happen!
While it is fresh on my mind, I thought it would be appropriate to recap my first year of business. My intention is to freely share what has worked best for me, with the goal of providing a behind the scenes peek for those interested in starting a freelance business.
This is a great resource list for any online entrepreneurs out there, who want to pick up new skills to take their business to the next level, or just want to learn something new for fun. Here are a few courses just for you!
I’d love to know more about you, and hear any questions you have through a simple survey. This helps me get to know you better, so I can create resources, workshops, products and tutorials that will help you succeed.
Instead of focusing on quick strategies to grow your following, I wanted to share actionable tips to build an audience with purpose, value, and in a natural way. Even if you are new to blogging, don’t have a blog, or have yet to open Mailchimp, you can follow these strategies and start growing your newsletter today!
It’s no secret here, my blog has been the best way to promote my business, and attract my ideal clients. In order to do this, you have to create a reason for them to stick around.
I am beyond thrilled to have the ladies behind October Ink shed insight into how they attract + book their ideal clients. I have been long time fans of their work, and am excited to learn myself how they attract such a stellar cast of clients.
Once you have clarity about the next steps for your business, it is time to transition from your personal online space to your professional one. This can get tricky, and you want to make sure you transition in a way that feels right.
A few of you have asked about my experience with Lunch + Learn — what I have learned from hosting a webinar, the logistics of it, and how it is going. Here are a few of my insights from hosting a monthly webinar:
As an entrepreneur, I have been there! Deciding on a name can be such a daunting task. You feel like this is the first impression your audience/clients have of your business, and you want it to be reflected accurately. Here are a few tips on deciding between the two.
I don’t know about you guys, but pricing your services sometimes seems like a mystery. I don’t claim to have it all figured out, but I thought I would share insight to why I listed my prices publicly on my site this week!