The biggest challenge for freelancers is finding new clients and consistent work.
The time, effort, and (sometimes) tears of trying to sell your services is exhausting. Almost every freelancer would rather be working instead of trying to sell their work.
Whether you’re a first-time freelancer or a veteran of the feast-or-famine freelance cycle, you have faced this frustration. The challenge of finding new clients and consistent work makes sense. After all, most freelancers are interested in their craft or field, not in marketing themselves.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, finding new clients and consistent work doesn’t even have to be difficult.
“The hardest part about freelancing is knowing how to find work that actually pays with clients who don’t suck. This course gives you all the tools you need to figure it all out. The ebook on qualifying clients as well the unit on building your freelance network changed the game for me.
If you’re freelancing on the side or you’re not sure how to grow your freelance business, don’t hesitate to sign up for this course with Bryce!”
- Latasha Doyle, Freelance Writer