Have you ever wondered why most people are more successful on freelancing platforms like Fiverr, Upwork, Guru, or even Work Chest, etc. than you?
While you too, are exhausting yourself out like them but are not getting what you deserve. Well today, I will answer that query of yours. So, let’s start.
The only difference between them and you are their workable, killer proposal that wins clients.
The foremost credential for winning a client is the way you greet your client. Address him/her with his first name and make it personalized. Search him/her up and see if you can get their name through their company or any testimonial available.
And Khuda kay liay, Pakistani bhaio, if it’s a woman, don’t send friend requests and flirt with her. They post projects on a professional basis and are looking to work with professionals. Read between the lines.
IDENTIFY THE PROBLEM AND SOLUTION TO IT
The second credential to win a client is to discuss the problem the client has at hand and the approach you will apply to it. Do not start with your introduction.
The client already knows your credential through the platforms they are contacting you from. The best way is to show relevant projects you have worked on. And that would suffice.:
Thirdly, it’s time to introduce yourself but very briefly and keeping in mind the clients’ requirements. If you want to win the trust of the client, show me the most relevant projects or perhaps some project reviews and maybe certain official certificates.
This is all the clients need and you need to win his/her trust.
Fourthly, you can win clients by providing video testimonials of past clients.
This not only helps you in winning clients but will solidify your case of being a strong candidate for the said bid and the client will trust your authenticity more.
Fifthly, always go the extra mile like being available 24/7 or a three months guarantee or even a money-back guarantee. Have a big heart if you want to win a client. Samjay.
Sixth, learn the habit of appreciating the clients’ projects. Be honest and straightforward. Appreciate their product or service.
Winning clients and giving compliments/getting feedbacks in return is a two-way approach. It always works.
CALL TO ACTION
Last but not least, put action on your proposal. Be first in responding and asking the client to come on call or reply as you are available to do business with them.
Trust me guys this is the most proactive approach that can win you, recurring clients. Go for it.
In the end, I would like to say that if you want to do freelancing, you have to come out of your comfort zone.