ProfessionalGFX Website Development Business Updates

Wrapping up projects seems to be the theme with my website design clients lately. I have been very close to finishing up two project this week and then there is an “oh one more thing” email…yet it is never just one more thing. So, knowing when to say “OK, enough is enough. No more revisions can be done at this point” is about where I am at. This is a hard spot to determine what is too much or too little but you need to determine that point, otherwise your clients will walk all over you.

So, right now, I am working on things for two clients. I am looking to wrap them up in the next week to two weeks and get paid. If I can do this, I will be happy! That will also allow for me to start slowly searching for new clients to work with and also try to get referrals from my current clients.

With that all being said, I have been looking up information on outsourcing design work to assistants in India, Canada, and other countries to free up my time with future clients. I have also been recommended the main different services out there that will convert your PSD files to valid code such as HTML, CSS, etc. This may be a good way to go too! I have also been talking with other bloggers and web developers out there such as Ellis Benus who has started using similar services and has had good results.

Besides, this, there is not a whole lot going on at this side of things. I just have not had as much time to focus on this venture as I would like because I know it is the one that can generate the most income for me in the least amount of time. My goal is reach $10,000 worth of income by the new year through web design related tasks (including designing, updating, hosting, etc). To reach this goal would prove the viability of the venture and also the opportunity to get out of the rat race and be on my own.

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One Response to ProfessionalGFX Website Development Business Updates

  1. Ellis Benus June 30, 2008 at 11:05 am #

    Thanks for the plug! 🙂

    I hope you can also start using these services. What we are really selling is our experience on the web, and our knowledge of what the client needs, not really our design or code knowledge.

    I am working with two designers right now. It’s a bit of a struggle, but they are both good, and I have a new client I hope that I will use their designs for.

    Unfortunately, the downside is that it sure cuts into the profit.

    I hope you hit that $10,000!

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