The fastest and easiest way to grow your business is through repeat business and referrals. Here, you’ll learn how to work with clients so that you keep them coming back again and again.
When you take on a big, difficult project, it can be daunting. Where do you start? How do you keep track of everything? It’s enough to make you second guess whether or not you should have said yes. But keep these things in mind and you’ll manage big projects with ease.
Asking for work can feel vulnerable, but more often, when you do it, you’ll find that it’s actually empowering. Tracy Wilson shares to cases where she had the opportunity to ask for work and what the result was.
If you plan to write a website homepage, there are many things you need to know before you dig into the project. Use this list of ten questions to dig deeper into your client’s hopes and goals for their homepage and deliver a better result.
Client loyalty is valuable. It can help your business grow faster through repeat and referral clients. And it makes your business stronger because when cutbacks happen, your services aren’t on the chopping block. See how to cultivate client loyalty.
Good communication skills are essential to a smoothly running business and solid client relationships. When you take the time to practice good communication, you’ll avoid misunderstandings, false starts on projects, and other embarrassing situations.
Every client is different. They have different ideas about how a project will go and different preferences when it comes to communication. Here you’ll find six tips that will help you when communicating with clients, so everything goes smoothly.
Doing professional site audits gives you a way to connect with new clients, establish your expertise, line up new work… and get paid for the whole process. Here’s an inside look at how you can use site audits to grow your web-writing business.