Everyone should have an elevator pitch. A well crafted professional 10-second version of what you do. It doesn’t matter if you’re a server in a restaurant or a mechanic.
A deliberately drafted 10-second elevator pitch will help the person you are talking to decide if they want to try out your business or place of work.
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1) Go through your entire Facebook messenger chat list (25+ per day) and message your friends telling them what you’re up to, that you’re offering freelance services and would love to hear about any potential projects they or anyone they know may have. Include a PDF portfolio or links to previous work.
2) Create a list of 100 friends you know who are entrepreneurs or business owners. Message or email them and tell them that you’re offering freelance services and actively accepting new projects. Include a PDF portfolio or links to previous work. * This helped me land a $10K project in March, and has since led to $45K+ in revenue Continue reading “10 Dead Simple Ways to Keep Your Freelance Client Pipeline Full & Flowing With Abundance”