If my recent post about why you should (or should not) become a freelance WordPress developer inspired you to finally leave the corporate world and set off to work as a freelancer, kudos! While this is certainly an exciting time, it can also be super terrifying. After all, how are you going to find paying clients that will justify leaving the steady salary you were earning at your 9–5 desk job? This is the make-or-break point for most beginning freelancers. If you don’t know how to secure a constant stream of revenue from your clients, you’re never going to make it on your own. #RealTalk The good news is that it’s not that difficult to market yourself and sell your services to potential clients. It may sound intimidating — especially if you don’t have a background in sales or marketing — but with the right tricks, you can streamline this process and make it the easiest part of your new career. Pitch Potential Clients with Your Website Like I said in my post about using your website to pitch potential clients, prospects who are interested in your services will scope you out better than their Tinder matches. They’ll scrutinize your website and read all of your social media posts. While
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