The biggest challenge for freelancers is finding new clients and consistent work.
The time, effort, and (sometimes) tears of trying to sell your services is exhausting. Almost every freelancer would rather be working instead of trying to sell their work.
Whether you're a first-time freelancer or a veteran of the feast-or-famine freelance cycle, you have faced this frustration. The challenge of finding new clients and consistent work makes sense. After all, most freelancers are interested in their craft or field, not in marketing themselves.
But it doesn't have to be this way. In fact, finding new clients and consistent work doesn't even have to be difficult.
Anyone can use this system to find freelance clients, provided they're willing to put in the time and effort.
It starts with a simple three-step system.
By using this system, you can:
We cover additional ways beyond this system to find new clients too!
From your existing clients to prospective leads, there are dozens of ways to find new work.
We cover it all
In addition to the strategies for finding new clients and work, this course addresses every potential issue that may be holding you back.
This course tells you:
These client-and-work-finding strategies are offered in seven modules.
These modules consist of:
All of this culminates in a comprehensive system you can use to find new clients and work at each stage of your freelancing career.
WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING
The hardest part about freelancing is knowing how to find work that actually pays with clients who don't suck. This course gives you all the tools you need to figure it all out. The ebook on qualifying clients as well the unit on building your freelance network changed the game for me.
If you're freelancing on the side or you're not sure how to grow your freelance business, don't hesitate to sign up for this course with Bryce!
- Latasha Doyle, Freelance Writer
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Bryce Bladon is a freelance writer and communications consultant, best known for his blog, Clients From Hell.
Bryce's blog kickstarted a career in helping other freelancers. His podcast addresses common freelancer foibles, his monthly column with The Freelancers Union addresses unique problems and questions from freelancers, and his features with net magazine and Computer Arts help freelancers avoid their own personal clients from hell.