Jump Start Your Home Business, Part 2 – Find New Clients

My second suggestion for jump starting your business over the next couple days is to get out there and do some old fashioned marketing and selling. Start searching for new clients for your business. As many of you are freelancers or developers, it is always important to continually look for new clients for your business, no matter what industry you are in. If you feel like you have hit a dry spell or can see that you are going to have some downtime coming up because of projects finishing, get out there and start looking for new clients. Contact all your current clients seeking referrals, advertise on the internet through directors, websites, blogs, and forums, or even start cold calling companies! 

For the past couple weeks I have been on the lookout for opportunities to pick up at least one new client for my web development business because I know that with the school semester starting up in a couple weeks I will have more time to focus on the work and being able to produce a quality product for them.  

Whether your business is at maximum capacity or in desperate need of clients, you should always be searching for the next contract or project

3 Responses to Jump Start Your Home Business, Part 2 – Find New Clients

  1. Ron August 9, 2007 at 4:45 pm #

    Certainly always an important thing to do. Will you be sharing your methods & results for your own web dev business?

  2. Chris August 13, 2007 at 3:16 pm #

    Ron, thanks for the idea for a new post! I have to finish up the rest of the series and then I will write some about my methods for finding new clients and how successful they are.


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