If you’re anything like me, you reach for your phone the second you wake up in the morning.
Not because you’re anxious to check out how many texts you’ve missed – but because you want to see if your blog’s social channels are growing.
Then, after spending way too much time on Twitter and Facebook, you make the 10-step commute to your home office.
The first thing you do when you open your laptop?
Check Google Analytics, of course. You want to see how much your traffic your latest posts are getting.
Can you get freelance clients to come to you using social media platforms like Twitter? You bet! And I'll show you how with 5 easy tips.
Have you been unsuccessfully bidding jobs via job boards? Then this post is for you!
Personally, I was able to land 90%+ of my clients in the first six months via job boards. Honestly, without them, I don’t know where I would be. I’m a fairly driven individual, so I’m sure I would have found another way. But job boards are where I got a successful start and somewhere I still recommend that newbie freelance writers look for work.
It doesn’t have to (or won’t be) the only way you source clients,