A per-job income is typically the primary source of money for web designers. However, building a steady flow of recurring income is important for stability.
One of the best ways to do this while staying close to web design, is by getting your existing clients to pay you consistently for upkeep and management of their site. How do you pitch that idea to your clients, and get them on board? The article below has your answers.
How do you get your current clients who are paying you nothing, to start paying you something to maintain and care for their website?
Many people think that their clients won’t pay, so they don’t reach out. Through coaching other website consultants, I’ve found that, in fact, it’s your current clients that know you, trust you and value your work. The majority of your existing clients are more willing to pay for a service you provide over a new client you have no track record with.
In this post, you’ll discover the step-by-step process to migrating your current clients to recurring revenue (and recurring value for them).
Read the full article: How to Transition Web Clients into Recurring Revenue