thanks for sharing with us… waiting for the next…
awesome! i have been top rated seller on fiverr since 2016, 1 point that i learn from my client : “quality of work” that all
Woah !! man your animations look cool, which software do you use? @albertanimation
great man…thanks for sharing useful tips and your time
Wow… I am really impressed by your opinion. I also got my first order by doing the same thing which you have described in your post. Thanks for your time.
Thanks a lot, man! Sure, the quality works if you can give it…
thanks for your Tips
It’s a nice topic obviously.
One thing I need to discuss that we have to ask more questions to know the client needs. But some cases client are confused about their needs. It’s happening in case of some countries, I am not mentioned to name.
So my question is how can we handle them? Which point of view we can ask them for website design or e-commerce website area questions.
This is the best post I have ever read here. Nice work!
Useful tips always Ian:+1:
This the best post in fiverr forum i have ever found. thanks man
The unpredictability and uncertainty of being a freelancer…
Being a freelancer is difficult. Your income becomes unpredictable. There would be times when weeks would pass but you get no work to do.!
On the other hand freelancing teaches you how 1)to control your spendings, 2)to keep learning and developing yourself so that you become better.
There will be always two sides. If we succeed the hard path we gain the reward. But if someone starts something thinking only of it’s rewards then there will be lots of disappointments waiting for him.
Hope you get more success in the future.
All the best!
Hello everyone! How was your weekend? Special thanks for rating the topic and posts:
I want to continue today. And we will talk about the “needs of the Client”.
12 days ago Moyej(@codermoyej) asked about “what you can write to the customer”.
As he said “we have to ask more questions to know the client needs”. But ask some specific so to find out the Pain quickly. Its difficult to understand the Client if you have no experience.
But try to imagine yourself at the place of the buyer. What is important to you? What are you paying for?
Website design questions:
- What type of website(landing, homepage, shop)?
- What Best Represents the Company?
- Which Logos Resonate with You?
- Who are Your Competitors?
- Which Colors Best Suit Your Brand?
- Which Font Best Fits Your Brand?
- Who is Your Target Audience?
- Is It Visible Regardless of Size and Color?
E-commerse development question:
- What does your business actually do?
- What do you want your site to accomplish?
- What type of clients?
- Who are your competitors? (list of websites)
Try to ask one of these questions. Perhaps from the answer you can find out the following question.
And so, step by step, unravel the tangle.
As @creative456 mentioned “Being a freelancer is difficult. On the other hand freelancing teaches you how 1)to control your spendings, 2)to keep learning and developing yourself so that you become better.”
The most important thing to remember is that you are a doctor who should help the patient. He has pain and our Task is to cure it.
If you liked the post, please or comment …
I am new here read and comments lots of post. But this is first time I get such a descriptive and resourceful answer. Hove your tips helps me a lot in my career.
Thanks again @goodjobman
Taking notes. Thanks much.
Thanks for the tips. I will try and read over and over
Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us. I would like to ask about my gig seo. I had recently created my first gig and complete first order with a 5-star review but still unable to find my gig under the specific category related to my gig.
Thank you very much for the advice, I have been working as a freelancer for 2 years, on fire since December 2019. And I wait for my customers until I have completed all one order, but I have no doubt in my skill and work at 100%! But I want to move up the career ladder faster. Doubts always interfere!