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The Ultimate Short-Guide For Getting Clients

Hey there! In this quick training session, I’m about to unveil a strategy that can help you pocket three, or even ten thousand dollars, in just three weeks. And guess what? It works like a charm, whether you’re a seasoned influencer or a newbie taking your first steps into the world of freelancing. So, stick around because it’s going to be a thrilling ride!

Now, let’s imagine a scenario where I’ve lost all my skills, my contacts have vanished into thin air, and my past clients don’t even remember my name. Basically, I’ve hit a reset button, and I need to start from scratch. What would I do? Well, let me share my secret sauce with you.

First things first, I wouldn’t rush to acquire new skills. Instead, I’d start by making a list. This list would be my treasure map to clients who are not only willing to invest but also have real problems that I can solve. Here’s how I’d craft this list:

  1. Identify Contacts with Money: I’d identify contacts who have the financial capacity to invest in freelancing services.
  2. Find Contacts with Problems: Next, I’d look for contacts who have pressing problems that need solutions.
  3. Locate Contacts in Need of My Services: Lastly, I’d search for contacts who require services that I can offer.

Sounds simple, right? Now comes the art of turning these contacts into paying clients. The key here is warming them up. They might not know you yet, so you need to get your foot in the door.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to making this happen:

  1. Google Company Titles: Start by listing the various titles within a company, from CEOs to marketing officers to HR managers.
  2. Choose a Title: Select one of these titles. For this example, let’s say I choose “store manager.”
  3. Narrow Your Search: There may be a multitude of results. To target them effectively, narrow down your search.
  4. Discover Company Industries: List the industries these companies belong to, such as production, agriculture, finance, and more.
  5. LinkedIn Filtering: Head to LinkedIn and use the industry you’ve chosen as a filter. For instance, if you picked “retail management,” you’ll find contacts working in this field.


Now, you’ve got a list of contacts you can approach for freelancing opportunities. Congratulations! But the work isn’t over yet.

  1. Create a Contact Database: Note down at least 50 to 100 of these contacts in a Google spreadsheet. Gather as much information about them as possible.
  2. Connect and Research: Send connection requests on LinkedIn, and if possible, find them on Facebook to obtain their email addresses.
  3. Initiate Conversations: Send a friendly message like, “I want to help store managers with my freelancing services. Not sure what to offer yet, but I’d love to help.” This sparks a conversation.
  4. Identify Patterns: As you converse with them, you’ll notice repeating patterns in their needs and challenges.
  5. Offer Solutions: Based on these patterns, propose solutions that you can provide. When they show interest, you’re on the right track.
  6. Schedule Calls: Encourage them to schedule calls with you to discuss further. This is where you can solidify your freelancing deals.

Here’s a pro tip: Choose an industry you’re passionate about. This makes the whole process more enjoyable.

The best part is that this strategy requires only a maximum of 30 minutes a day. So, whether you’re juggling work, school, or other responsibilities, you can make it work. Spend two or three weeks dedicated to this method, and you’ll find yourself with 10 to 20 clients and a potential income of three to ten thousand dollars or more.

So, what are you waiting for? Dive in, take action, and start your freelancing journey from scratch. And remember, the opportunities are out there; all you need to do is seize them. If you want to explore more advanced training, head over to my website at That’s it for now, and over and out!

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