It’s easier to trust someone who actually walks the walk of whatever they do instead of just talking the talk. If they’ve successfully done what they’re promising to help you with, you’re more apt to believe they can get results for you, too. It’s the same with web writing. By treating yourself as your own best client, you can show your prospects you walk the walk.
Developing relationships with other writers is a good thing. Think of them as web-writing colleagues, not competitors. They can give you someone to bounce around ideas with, to shoot questions at, to share support with, and to generally grow your business stronger.
This year, instead of focusing on a “goal” (something in the future you haven’t yet attained), make the dialogue with yourself, your team, your family, and your peers about the “accomplishment” you’re right now in the process of completing.
As part of your lead generation strategy, you can use the concept of an upgrade to engage your ideal clients…. and boost your results at the same time.
Everyone wants a good deal. And that includes your clients. Tap into your clients’ desire for a good deal by bundling projects or services together into special packages, and you can easily increase your revenue.
One of the fastest ways to land more projects, earn more income, and grow your business is to increase referrals. When you ask your client these questions, it’s easy to do.
Using client testimonials on your website and in your promotional materials is a no brainer. But it’s just a start. Here are 7 creative ways to do more with the great things your clients say about you.
Getting client testimonials can smooth your path to landing new clients and growing your business. Here are six ways you can make getting testimonials easy.