No matter what kind of freelance business you might have, you should always strive for these two things:
1. To turn your clients into even better customers.
2. To get your clients to talk about you to other people.
Here we reveals the 3 question that must increase your business progress.
Are you 100 percent professional in all your client interactions?
Every single client you will ever have is a unique individual. They have worries and concerns, even as you do.
Your aim should always be to make your clients’ lives easier through their interaction with you.
Always meet your deadlines, because other people — sometimes their jobs — depend on you doing that.
Beyond behaving professionally and compassionately, try to give additional value. Do MORE than the contract calls for.
How much physical support will you need?
There are two key things you need to think about in terms of physical support when you become self-employed:
Your financial buoyancy. Do you have plans in place to guarantee some form of a positive cash flow or income stream during your transition? This could be achieved through a range of means e.g. savings, redundancy payment, financial support from a partner, part-time job etc.
Your advice sources. How good is your support network? To make a success of freelancing you need a well-established network of contacts that can provide different types of support at different times. People typically need three types of support –
Who Should Learn About My Freelance Business?
People enjoy your freelance business, so they probably know other people who will enjoy it, as well. However, they won’t just throw this bit of information at you. So, make future networking easier by providing certain incentives.
In a nutshell, give your clients reasons to talk about you to other people and they will. Then, once your name starts attracting new clients on its own, you will see how much money your efforts can actually make.