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Network with people you trust. Sell them your excess leads for a percentage of what they'll derive. Choose other freelancers, whom you might consider bringing on board if an agency emerges. This way you have only enough collaboration initially. In other words, you're not compromising your own...

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1. Let's define successful. Each of us has individual goals and only some of them are monetary. But I take it you are asking about how to make money consulting! I'd be very careful listening to the advice of a consultant who isn't successful by that measure. I pledged to never accept money from s...

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Hello, I've been working in one of the biggest agencies in the world before and now I own a small digital agency. I've found a way to close big clients really easily by doing the following: Connecting with them directly and identifying their biggest pain points. Then you need to showcase t...

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The best way to learn is by starting a company yourself. This could be anything from a web development company, e-commerce or even a lemonade stand! The second best way to learn is to work closely with another entrepreneur, either at a startup or as an assistant to the CEO/executive. It's import...

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Hi, I've spent my career in Business to Business sales. If you're not willing to make sales calls or deal with clients yourself, there are really only two options: 1. Create an interface for order taking and rely on marketing efforts. 2. Figure out a way to pay others to make the sales calls fo...

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Back when I started LinkedIn wasn't as huge as it is now. I wish it was. I didn't have a large network and those networking sessions NEVER brought me any clients. I used to go to all sorts of them hoping to get clients. There were a couple of nibbles here and there, but never anything serious. Th...

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Given that you are marketing your ability to build websites and mobile apps, your website lacks a lot of credibility as compared to other vendors offering similar services. A few specific examples: Links to what might be apps that your firm has previously built, link to almost illegible screens...

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It's always better to be great at 1 thing, then average at everything. You can still offer multiple services, but you REALLY want to push 1 as what you are best at. There are a couple factors that go into which one specifically you should choose. Message me if you want to go into more detail.

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- Underestimate the hours - Fail to set expectations - Do not communicate well and on a regular basis - Avoid face to face even if they can take out the time

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