If you’ve ever spent any time with me at a business event, WordCamp, mastermind retreat, or other event, you know I love to talk shop. I’m also pretty much an open book, always down to talk strategy, branding, messaging, design, client attraction, blogging, and more. Most of the time, if we have time, I’ll also get into your messaging too and help you get some clarity — I just can’t help it!
So when iThemes reached out to do a short interview on landing my first client, getting my best clients, and what I know now that I wish I knew when I was first starting out, I was thrilled!
The first, best, wish your knew series has been pretty popular, so iThemes reached out again (I just love them) with questions about about how freelancers can get more client through referrals.
If you’re a freelancer who is interested in getting more referrals, you should check out this article with advice and wisdom on earning more referrals from not only me, but from Carrie Dils, Curtis McHale, Aaron Campbell, Brad Williams, Jared Atchison, and Bill Erickson.
In the article, we answer questions like:
- So how can freelancers generate referrals and form solid relationships with clients?
- Are there any shortcuts to earning more referrals?
- How do you build long-lasting relationships with clients?
- What are some of the ways you get referrals?
- How do I ask for a referral?