As the freelancing industry continues to grow and flourish, you need to find a way to stand out from the crowd so that potential clients will notice you and choose to hire you.
Marketing your freelance business is an effective way to make this happen, because it gives you the chance to demonstrate your skills and show that you’re an expert in your niche.
For example, building your website from scratch showcases your web development expertise.
If you’re a freelance writer, submitting guest posts on high-authority sites will speak volumes to companies looking for a compelling copywriter.
Then, you can consider casting a wider net.
If you’re only promoting your service on freelance platforms, you’re limiting your success and growth. By marketing your services outside these websites, you’re making yourself available to more potential clients who use other channels to find freelancers to hire.
Time management is a challenge for most freelancers.
Between meeting your clients’ deadlines, doing your errands, spending time with your family, and sleeping, there seems to be not enough time left for marketing your freelance business.
That’s why you need to build a marketing tech stack.
A marketing tech stack is a group of apps and tools you can use to handle a variety of