It’s amazing how much I’ve learned while freelancing on Codeable, especially when it comes to managing long-term relationships with my clients. I’ve worked for both good, and great clients throughout the years and today I’m here to share eight more mistakes that I’ve personally seen new clients make. These common mistakes are what’s making the search for your next developer seem so difficult. So, if you’re a new client outsourcing your very first project, you’ll want to pay extra close attention here. Following these recommendations will help you attract more talented developers to your projects. In the first part of this series, I covered some over-arching personality traits from clients that ultimately do them more harm than good. Please check it out if you haven’t already, it’s a great introduction to seven big-picture things you must avoid in order to establish yourself among the best clients. It’s not just big things that bother developers though. There are “little things” that bug us too, and I’ve seen them repeatedly from newer clients. So, think of these next eight tips as a big heads-up in avoiding
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