And one more this morning via Joel Wolfgang at Wolfgang.Marketing/blog/
Like I said earlier, I don’t want to make brochures I want to make websites. And a good website gets changed, updated, added to and subtracted from. I want my clients to understand its ins and outs. I want them to really grasp what the concepts of how the internet works in order to get more traffic and more conversions.
(Without knocking on doors or cold calling) When people first signed up for Content Snare, they are asked one simple question: What is the single biggest challenge you face in your web design business? The most common response is getting content out of clients.
The web design marketplace has never been more flooded with choices for consumers. Whether we’re competing with other talented designers or DIY services that promise the moon (all for one low monthly price), sometimes it takes a little something extra to help prospective clients better understand what you have to offer.
From finding new clients to balancing cash flow, starting out as a freelancer in the web industry can be a daunting experience.Luckily, web design veteran Jeffrey Zeldman focuses in on how to overcome common freelance obstacles in our recent Shopify Partner Session webinar.We compiled his pearls of wisdom into a single article to help you navigate the world of freelancing.
If you spend a bit of time in the web design industry, you’ll undoubtedly run into someone who just doesn’t understand the value in what you do. What’s amazing is that, even in this high-tech world in which we live, there are still those who think that anyone can do our jobs.
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