Getting Clients When You’re Just Starting Out

client satisfaction

Date: July 27th 2010

Time: 3:00PM ET

Topic: Getting Clients

Speaker: Pam Foster

Getting and keeping clients is the #1 fear web writers face as they build their freelance business.

Discover how you can land your first client…the basicas of working with new clients… and how to offer guidance that they’ll value and appreciate from successful copywriter Pam Foster.

During this teleconference, you’ll discover…

  • I’m new to Web copywriting. How do I get my first clients?
  • How can I feel confident when talking with potential clients?
  • How do I sell the value of what I do… and charge the correct rates?
  • What’s the first step in working with a new client once they agree to my services?
  • How do I get the information I need from them?
  • Is it important to include SEO in my copywriting work?
  • How can I tell what’s working and what isn’t on the client’s current website?
  • What’s the best way to provide my feedback and recommendations to clients?
  • How do I organize my work for each client?

And so much more…

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Pam Foster

Pam Foster

As a certified SEO Copywriter and web content consultant, Pam is an expert on managing client relationships and has written multiple programs on landing and working with great clients.

2 Comments

  • Hi Pam: I am new to web copying and I just completed the Accelerated Six Figure Copywriting Program and the Companion Series and I am so interested in helping business with their websites. The webiner is great but a little fast and I just want to know if you have the tools available that you mention about the 31 things to make a website work and any other useful information to help me start being the web-copywriter and start earning the bucks. Please respond to my email xdnbbirs@yahoo.com Thanks for a great webinar I will be reading and listening on wealthy webwriter.

  • This was very helpful! I copied down the “script” Pam gave for sending emails, or talking in person, with past professional connections you have. I also like how she pointed out that if you send out 100 emails to re-connect with people, you may get a response from only 15… and that’s just fine!

    Pam professed repeatedly the importance of using referrals and starting with who you know today.
    Also, start WHERE you are today and build from there! 🙂

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