When it comes to freelancing and bringing on new clients, there are often many different strategies that you can choose from to effectively do this. However sometimes implementing these strategies can be a difficult thing to do. This article offers you insight and a more in depth look into a foolproff three step workflow for bringing on new freelance clients.
- The first part of a project is understanding what a potential client wants. Discovery is the most important step, and often it can take the longest time.
- The creative jam takes place when I meet with the prospective client for the first time. It gives both of us an opportunity to ask follow-up questions and go through possible approaches to the project.
- My proposals are simple and straightforward. I give an overview of what we’re doing, a timeline for when we’re doing it, and a budget breakdown to show how much it all costs.
“Finding the right clients and formulating a plan isn’t the most glamorous part of creating videos, but it’s definitely the most important. I’ve developed an efficient system to help me spend more time behind a camera and less time sitting at a desk.”