When many companies were retrenching and furloughing their employees due to the financial impact of the CIVID-19 pandemic, many turned to the internet to earn money online.
Coupled with the paradigm shift in mindsets in which people started to reorder their priorities in life, more and more people turned to freelance work to have more control over their lives.
In fact, 20% (10 million people) of the US workforce were considering doing freelance work 😲 Competition to get that freelance dough is increasingly stiff 🍩
With the pandemic seemingly never coming to an end, finding clients online and delivering sales pitches via Zoom or phone calls appears to be a trend that will stay for quite a while.
But not all of us are great salespeople 😔
How should you go about selling your services to businesses? Where do you find prospects and leads? How do you humanize a conversation online and follow up with them closely where they can ‘ghost’ you any second?
After having done sales pitches via video conferencing for a while, I’m confident to say that I’ve accumulated some of the best tips on selling your freelance services.
But first, a little note on where you can find these clients online.