Do you have a website for your business? If so, how many clients does it send you? If you’re like most freelancers, you have a website, but it’s not making a measurable dent in helping you get high-quality clients. In this book, you’ll learn how to structure, write, and generate qualified leads using your website.
This is about 10 hours of high-quality recordings of the first-ever Double Your Freelancing Conference in Norfolk, Virginia.
ClientPortal is a product that we use at DYF which came about from one of the attendees at DYFConf EU. It’s a simple way to give your clients a portal on your website where they can view deliverables, timelines and your availability.
Give your projects that professional edge and save time answering all of those pesky “how’s the project coming along?”, “I’ve lost that file you sent me” or “why aren’t you responding to me on a Sunday” emails.
My bestselling course, Double Your Freelancing Rate, covers how to raise your prices, justify your worth, and better explain who you are and what you do to prospective clients.
If you’re a self-identified “freelancer” and struggle to understand how you’ll be able to charge more when seemingly everyone else is charging less, this course will help you not only make more money, but also deliver better projects to your clients.
Your course so far has been amazing for me. I doubled my rates overnight and started a completely different way of providing what I do to my clients. New clients haven’t flinched when I told them what I would charge for producing work for them and they are embracing the fact that I’m providing a solution to a problem rather than a commodity.
— Susan Duncan
We’ll you’ve only made me rethink my entire business, approach and pricing model. I’ve just sent a quote to a client at my usual rate, and based it on a weekly pricing model.
— Nate Provan
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This brand new course (released February 2016) covers a concept called paid Roadmapping. So what is Roadmapping? When most freelancers get a new lead, what usually happens is: 1) they spend a bunch of time in meetings and firing off emails, 2) they spend even more time writing a project proposal, and 3) they then hope the client accepts.
Paid Roadmapping turns the typical sales process on its head and, instead, advocates that you get paid for the time you spend helping a client distill down their vague idea into something that can be built. It also has a lot of psychological benefits: instead of selling a client on a giant project, you instead sell them on a small strategy session. Hiring you becomes a lot less risky, and once they’re your client and have received a ton of value from you, selling them on the core project becomes a lot easier.
In this course, my co-teacher Ben Lee and I go in-depth on how to sell, host, and deliver Roadmapping to your clients.
Everything you need to know to use Drip to measurably increase your sales.
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