016 “How do I avoid working for low-quality clients?”

Focusing on your brand identity and the type of clients you work with can make your freelance life much easier - and ultimately very successful. This week, Andy gives us his tips for attracting high-quality clients and becoming a profitable freelancer.

Focusing on your brand identity and the type of clients you work with can make your freelance life much easier - and ultimately very successful. This week, Andy gives us his tips for attracting high-quality clients and becoming a profitable freelancer.

How exactly does Andy avoid working for lower-quality clients? He attracts higher-quality ones - by simply adjusting his approach towards clients. It’s all about not compromising on what you’re worth and who you’re willing to work with.

In this episode, we also discuss:

  • The steps involved in setting up your personal brand online and how easy it is to get caught up in it all - instead of moving forward with actually building your business.
  • Is an .io domain name ‘good for business’?
  • Should you setup a one-man freelance business or do you look for freelance partners to help you out with projects?

Show notes for this episode can be found at http://freelancelifepodcast.com/

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Podcast mixed and edited by Danny Gilman from https://echopodmedia.com
Theme music by Joakim Karud (http://youtube.com/joakimkarud)
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