How to Land Your First Client

Business young woman showing a paper card with the word YES

Heather RobsonDate: February 20, 2015
Time: 12 pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Getting Clients
Presenter: Heather Robson

If you’re new to freelance web writing, how to land your first client may be one of the top questions that you’re facing right now. Your need for clients is obvious. Without clients, you don’t get paid, your business doesn’t grow, and you just spin your wheels.

In this live event, Managing Editor, Heather Robson will take you through some of the best ways to land that first client. (And even if you already have a client or two, these strategies will work to help you grow your client list.)

During the session, you’ll learn:

  • 5 ways you can approach and land your first client.
  • The most often overlooked key to getting a new client to say, “Yes.”
  • How to turn one project into many.
  • And much more.

Join us for this live event and see how you can land your first client.

This event is reserved for Wealthy Web Writer Platinum members. To join us, please log in or become a member today.

Heather Robson

Heather Robson

Managing editor of Wealthy Web Writer, Heather has over ten years of content marketing and development experience.

7 Comments

  • Hi, might this be recorded for later playback? I’m 50-50 on being available tomorrow at noon and I’d really like to listen in. Thank you!

  • I signed up to the Wealthy Web Writer today, and started with a replay of your webinar.

    Just wanted to thank you for those five strategies, they sound effective and doable. What I like about them is the different approaches that may appeal to different people : if you don’t like trade shows and conversations – I love talking and listening to people 😀 – you can send the letters.

    The like the snail mail idea, and I agree that they may work well, especially now when the only letters you get in you mailbox are bills…

    Thanks again for sharing, I’m going to try telling everyone – I do, but I do that somehow casually – and the pattern disrupt.

    By the way, I send suggestions about websites sometimes, but never follow and never get in touch again even if people I approach seem grateful and friendly.

  • Hi Heather. Thanks for a great webinar, which I just finished re-listening to.

    I was just wondering what your thoughts are on using an e-newsletter as a marketing tool in one’s web writing business …

    • Hi Jeff,

      I think if you have a well-defined niche and if you focus your e-letter on how to use web writing rather than teaching how to write that it can work very well. What does happen sometimes is that you get more writers signed up than actual potential clients, so you need to review the results regularly to make sure it’s worth the time investment.

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