Is it possible to win consulting business through Twitter? Absolutely and Mojca Marš does exactly that.
In this episode we go back to the roots of what social media is actually about, and how to use it to build authentic relationships that consistently turn into consulting clients.
You will quickly see why Mojca's approach is very different, and why it works.
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Is it possible to win consulting clients through podcast appearances? Kai Davis built his outreach consulting to six figures in revenue primarily through the 2-4 guest podcast appearances he does per month.
In this episode Kai reveals how to successfully get on other people's podcasts, and when you do, how to turn that appearance into growing your audience and ultimately into clients.
Michael Port is the best selling author of six books including Book Yourself Solid, one of the top 3 books that I recommend for consultants and freelancers. Michael shares insights on how to get out of your own way, how make sure that you actually work with the right clients, how to get past that inner struggle of being afraid to charge what you're worth, and from his new book, how to "Steal the Show", as a consultant.
Jarrod Drysdale of Studio Fellow has used retainers to quickly build his new design business. In this episode Jarrod peels back some of the mystery surrounding what a retainer is, and isn't, and how freelancers can introduce them to their clients.
Louis Byrd takes us through the tough challenges and lessons of becoming a freelancer and ultimately starting a cross cultural branding agency. We cover concepts such as raising his rates, becoming a "doctor" instead of a "waiter", and how to be a professional that establishes boundaries with clients.
Show notes at http://freelancetransformation.com/episode34