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Mani Vaya joins Charles Max Wood to walk him through the 6 pillars of success that lead to meeting your goals.
Petra describes some of the failings she used to have with her proposals and how she turned it all around. Petra now uses several savvy sales techniques in her proposals, but you wouldn't know because the proposal process is very customer-centric. In this podcast episode she walks you through a successful proposal template that has won her hundreds of thousands of dollars in freelancer business.
Michael Fleischner, SEO expert, Charles Max Wood, podcasting expert, and Petra Manos, Google Ads expert, discuss the latest tips and tricks for generating high quality traffic to your website. We bust a few myths along the way, so don't miss this episode if you want to generate traffic.
Mani provides us with strategies and tactics to get Deep Work time and how to get our minds into that focused state for hours at a time.
Matthew Mottola, CEO of Venture L and author of The Human Cloud, shares his insights into working as a freelancer as part of a larger corporation. He dispels myths about freelancing vs employment, explains why corporations want you, and provides suggestions into how best to present yourself to a hiring manager.
In this episode of The Freelancers Show,we talk with Marcel Petipas and he shows us how you can analyze your business and figure out which factors are driving your profit (or lack of) and what to do about it.
In this episode of The Freelancers Show, Petra walks through several mistakes she sees freelancers and small service providers make on their websites which prevents you from getting good prospects from your website efforts. If you’ve ever spent a lot of time building your website but not seen a return on your website, you might be making one or more of these mistakes as well!
In this episode of The Freelancers Show, Rob Cornilles and Petra Manos discuss the process of selling authentically so that you can generate more business for yourself without feeling sleazy or salesy. The two focus on an effective method for building and maintaining rapport during a sales conversation, a simple and memorable technique that will get results for both you and your clients.
What is google analytics and how should I get started with it. Learn about key graphs like traffic reports, pages and how to get started with goals, events and heatmaps.
In this episode of the The Freelancers Show, guest Paul Edwards explains how important it is to connect with executives, influencers and entrepreneurs on a personal level by asking them valuable questions and connecting them with resources. The laws of reciprocity create success for those who use them. He describes how his business went from 0 to $60,000 in just a few months by following a “give first” mindset.
In this episode of The Freelancers Show, Alex Sanfilippo, Joel and Petra discuss how to focus ideas and actions in order to come up with products and services that your customers actually want. The same focus, when applied to the creation of the products and services, will propel you forward, even if you don’t have a lot of spare time..
In this episode of The Freelancers Show, we talk with Daniel Rosehill about navigating the choices of tools a new freelancer faces. From billing to project management to client communications and marketing each tool you choose will have strong points and weak points. Daniel in his new book walks through many of the choices a new freelancer will need to address..
In this episode of The Freelancers’ Show, we talk with Jay Clouse about some of the adventures he’s had on his path to freelancing. In college Jay had the idea that you’d have one career and possibly one job until retirement so you’d better pick wisely. There’s a whole other world out there of startups, freelancing, and so many ways to make your path.
Michael Katz walks the panelists through his strategies for staying in touch with prospects through the use of email newsletters. Storytelling is key here, and so Michael suggests ways to weave stories through your correspondence in order to make your content more personable and entertaining.
In this episode of The Freelancers' Show, the panelists and guest, Jason Montoya discuss the problems with having just one of anything, and other factors that lead to fragility for your business. We discuss how the current COVID-19 pandemic has exposed those weaknesses for some, and how we've dealt with them.
Guest, Marc Summe shares the ins and outs of building a company from the ground up, especially as it relates to SAS products. As developers, we are not always trained on how to do startups - so check out this very informative episode of The Freelancers Show.
Jim Huffman, Petra Manos, and Joel Schaubert discuss how they've handled downturns in business due to Coronavirus and how they've been able to turn them around. Jim's company focuses on conversion rate optimization. Jim's company was growing and hiring until Coronavirus hit in March. Petra discusses her similar experience with clients cutting costs. They discuss how they did the work to turn things around.
Will Gant, author of [Remote Work](https://amzn.to/31ibPJ3) joins the panel to talk about working from home and working outside of the client's office. He and the panel share their experience with working through the challenges, benefits, and methods of working remotely.
How to get started in YouTube for an absolute beginner. John lays out a path from picking a topic, to editing, to promoting your YouTube content..
Petra has been working to get blog traffic growth through the traditional social media and email marketing. She tried out promoting her blog posts with Google display ads and retargeting them to get them to come back. She outlines the details in a blog post and then walked the panel through her process.
Italina Kirknis has been running a social media management company for the last 8 years. She talks to the panel about how to frame the conversation, how to be vulnerable, and how to increase your reach and stay relevant on social media.
Tess Ball is an expert in marketing for small businesses. She walks the panel through doing content, social media, and other types of marketing and how to build relationships that will ultimately lead to business.
Rytis Lauris joins the panelists of The Freelancers Show to discuss the use of automation tools that can personalize your contact with visitors on your website.
Paul Kogan from LessAccounting joins the Freelancers' Show panel this week to discuss bookkeeping and finances. They discuss bookkeeping, hiring a bookkeeper, what to look for in your finances, taxes, and much more...
Scott Jones is the author of The Free Agent Mindset. He talks us through building a list of your skills and building a brand to find clients if you've been laid off and decide to go freelance. We also go into other strategies behind building up your new freelance practice.