Active search and attraction of new customers are needed to increase sales (customer base) and company profits (business development). In this article we share The Ultimate Guide on How to Find New Clients.
Think of yourself as a business that needs a logo to depict its brand. The first thing you will do is reach out to your peers to find a credible company. In this article we discuss How to Get Logo Design Clients and Keep Them.
Today’s world is highly competitive, and it is important to make sure your business stands out. Great branding is one way to do this, as this ensures that when customers come into contact with your company they will remember it. In this article, we share 5 Effective Branding Techniques to Attract More Customers.
Every successful design project begins with understanding the clients’ needs, and once you develop this understanding, you are a master of your industry. In this article we discuss Why You Should Design For Your Client and The Industry.
Price negotiation can be one of the most frustrating aspects of a freelance designer’s responsibilities when bidding for new work. Most clients don’t realize the amount of work that can go into the simplest of projects. In this article we discuss Negotiating Your Price with Clients Unfamiliar With Design
I can’t understand why it happens, but it’s common. Customers want work done fast, but won’t extend the same urgency to getting you paid for it. Like with most issues in a client relationship, it can be alleviated by setting some expectations upfront. In this article we talk about How Freelancers Can Make Sure They Get Paid
Selling your services as a freelancer is probably not the way you want to spend your time. But if you want to do good work you must be good at selling yourself too. It doesn’t have to be difficult if you know what your customers want. In this article, we discuss 5 things freelance clients want to know.
Graphic design—you may think the profession is all about art, but the reality is much different. All professional graphic designers have at least one story about a “hellish” client. Client demands can get in the way of a designer’s creative process, making things complicated. It might be unpleasant, but putting up with difficult clients and delivering as ordered is part of the job. Graphic designers, thus, should master the art of compromise.
No business can exist without a customer base and revenue streams! This is a basic fact of life, however building a loyal customer base can be challenging because few people visit an online store with the intention of purchasing its products or services right away – they have to be persuaded into parting with their hard earned money. However, the task is not impossible, and with the right advice, any business owner can build the customer loyalty programs that will keep his or her business successful for years! These tips are the subject of this article.
Are you currently frustrated because you’re landing low-paying clients? I get it. I was frustrated for years and tried every piece of advice that came my way about how to charge more. From endlessly talking about what’s stopping me, to charging more with every new client, nothing worked consistently.
I would hear things like, “It’s all mindset. You just need the confidence to charge higher prices.” And while that’s true, where does the confidence come from? Do we just need to muster enough to be able to charge more? Or was there something else to it?