Ed Muzio — January 11, 2019 Follow @edmuzio — January 11, 2019 Too often business leaders reduce HR to little more than order-takers: fill requisitions, solve employee problems, calculate compensation tables, run surveys. While beneficial, these don’t compare to your higher purpose of ensuring the organization’s talent is—and gets treated as—a strategic asset. But you … Continue reading Claim Your HR Seat at the Table: 4 Questions to Ask Your Business Leader Clients
Esther Cohen — November 28, 2018 — November 28, 2018 geralt / Pixabay The end of the year is time for introspection and planning. What kind of clients should you focus on in 2019? And how can you find the right opportunities? Read on to find out. It’s that time of the year again … Continue reading What Kind of Clients Should You Pursue in 2019?
Taylor Gordon — November 4, 2018 — November 4, 2018 Difficult clients can make you want to pull your hair out. I’ve been fortunate for most of my freelance career. Most clients have respected me and my time. But there have been a few that were difficult to work with during a project. They didn’t … Continue reading How to Handle Difficult Clients Without Losing Your Cool
Austin McNair — September 19, 2018 — September 19, 2018 We all want more referrals from our clients. So what’s the disconnect? In this short video blog from Hinge, Lee Frederiksen outlines three reasons why your clients may not be referring you. Transcription: Let’s face it, we all want more referrals, right? But sometimes we … Continue reading Why Aren’t Your Clients Referring You?
Brian Basilico — August 21, 2018 Follow @bbasilico — August 21, 2018 So, let’s face it. Sometimes running a business is not all gumdrops and lollipops. It can be frustrating, right? So the question for you today is, have you ever had a client or a project that just did not go the way … Continue reading How To Effectively Deal With Difficult Clients
Choncé Maddox — August 7, 2018 — August 7, 2018 If you’re actively searching for new business, a case study can really help you market yourself better to potential clients and customers. A case study is a process or record of research that is analyzed over a certain period of time in order to showcase … Continue reading How to Create a Case Study That Attracts Clients and Customers
Mia Rossman — July 23, 2018 Follow @mia_rossman — July 23, 2018 In order to succeed in business, you need to make sure that you focus your efforts on a verytargeted group of people who are your potential buyers. When we talk about a targeted group,we don’t mean that this group has to be small. … Continue reading How to Win New Clients By Using Business Data Platforms
Young Entrepreneur Council — July 20, 2018 Follow @YEC — July 20, 2018 Finding a serious customer is hard work. Asking some of these questions may make it easier to find and keep them. Not every customer is a good fit for every product. What is one question to ask or approach to use to … Continue reading 12 Questions to Ask Potential Clients About Their Needs
Jeremy Durant — June 27, 2018 Follow @BopDesignSD — June 27, 2018 As you build out the editorial calendar for your B2B blogging and content marketing strategy, it’s important to understand who your target audience is and what they want to read. It’s also critical to understand what they don’t want to read. It’s a … Continue reading B2B Blogs Your Prospects and Clients Hate to Read
Taylor Gordon — June 1, 2018 — June 1, 2018 After being in the freelance game for many, many years, I can tell you that current clients can be a huge missed opportunity if you’re not tapping into them as a resource. Time and time again I’ve been able to increase my income and portfolio … Continue reading Why Current Clients are the Best Places to Find New Client Work