Getting clients on board is one of the most recurrent struggles of running an agency or freelance business. There’s a lot of ways to go about it, but one of the best things to do is to ensure you’re making proper use of the connections you already have.
The article below is all about leveraging those connections. From growing your network to perfecting your pitches, it offers four ways to utilize your connections to find clients for your WordPress business and help make sure you keep work coming in.
Sometimes, getting new clients is as simple as being a little creative.
I know how it feels sometimes. You are stuck. You need clients to pay the rent next month. You think that if you don’t get anything soon, you are going to be turning out the lights in a couple of months.
You are stressed out.
It is at this point that you have a hard time focusing and thinking of anything to do to round up some paying clients.
Relax. Breathe. Take a deep breath. You are going to get through this, I promise. You just need to take a step back and come up with a gameplan.
Today we are going to look at four things you can do to find clients for your freelance WordPress business. Let’s get started, shall we?