Find Your First Freelance Client

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By Sagan Morrow

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"How do I get my first client? Where can I even get started with finding them? What can I do to get real results with my marketing efforts?"

If you want to be a freelancer but you're feeling stumped with how to go about finding your first client, look no further! Find Your First Freelance Client outlines the foundations you need to get your first—and next—freelance client.

This short, fluff-free book provides actionable step-by-step guides to take the guesswork out of marketing your business and pitching clients.

Included in these freelancing fundamentals are...

- How to identify your ideal client

- What to include in your marketing strategy

- 10 ways to promote your freelance business

- How to build a prospect list

- Day-by-day sample breakdown for how to get your first client

- Common business pitching mistakes

- 10 things to know before you pitch clients

It's time to get clients now with these sleaze-free freelance marketing tips.

Freelancing is all about building real, meaningful relationships. This book will show you how to get started with that so you can feel GOOD about pitching clients!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR...

Sagan Morrow has a degree in Rhetoric, Writing & Communication, with a decade of experience as a businesswoman, blogger, and copywriter across a variety of industries.

In addition to her blog, SaganMorrow.com, where she provides extensive articles and free resources for new & struggling freelancers, she also teaches practical online courses to empower new freelancers as they grow their own successful businesses. Sagan is based in Winnipeg, Canada.

Connect with Sagan on Twitter & Instagram: @Saganlives

Find Your First Freelance Client