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Making A Good
Impression as a
Freelancer
Freelancing can be tough work if
you don’t know how to interact with
current and potential clients. Here
are a few tips to...
1. Create a Thoughtful Plan
• Prepare a wireframe of storyboard before your
meeting
• Visuals are a great way to get conve...
2. Research
• Understand the
client, their
business, and their
competition
• Know industry
standards
• Be aware of any
pot...
3. Say Yes & Be Honest
• Agree to work, but make sure the client
knows what your skill set is
• Don’t be afraid to pass a ...
4. Show Thanks
• Send a handwritten
card, a small token of
gratitude, or even a
heartfelt email to leave
a lasting impress...
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Jamie Stanos Presents: Making A Good Impression As A Freelancer

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A comprehensive list of tips and advice for freelancers to move forward in within their personal brand. Brief explanations for each tip explaining how to make a great impression on potential clients.

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Jamie Stanos Presents: Making A Good Impression As A Freelancer

  1. 1. Making A Good Impression as a Freelancer
  2. 2. Freelancing can be tough work if you don’t know how to interact with current and potential clients. Here are a few tips to make a great impression:
  3. 3. 1. Create a Thoughtful Plan • Prepare a wireframe of storyboard before your meeting • Visuals are a great way to get conversation flowing • Show your client that you’ve already started the longterm planning process
  4. 4. 2. Research • Understand the client, their business, and their competition • Know industry standards • Be aware of any potential issues
  5. 5. 3. Say Yes & Be Honest • Agree to work, but make sure the client knows what your skill set is • Don’t be afraid to pass a project on to a more experienced colleague; it’ll strengthen your relationship with the client in the long run
  6. 6. 4. Show Thanks • Send a handwritten card, a small token of gratitude, or even a heartfelt email to leave a lasting impression • You want them to think of you when the next project hits the table

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