Freelancing Digest Issue #81 – Non-Jargony language, Losing a loyal client

Where To Find Non-Jargony Language To Attract Clients

Many of my competitors all have similar taglines: "We build quality, bespoke web and mobile applications". I like to think they wrote that to impress themselves, because I’ve never heard a client say that. Sean D’Souza has written about how you can find Non-Jargony Language To Attract Clients to fix your own messaging.

What to Do After You’ve Lost a Loyal Customer

Though it has an ecommerce focus, there’s some great advice consultants can use about what to do after a screw up where you risk losing a client.

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Quick Links

How to Ask the Right Questions When Prospecting, So You Don’t Waste Time (

How to avoid this common mistake and start attracting better clients (

The Essential Guide to Getting Started as a Freelance Writer (

6 Ways To Improve Your Professional Image (

164 Places to Find Web Design Jobs (

The Business of Freelancing, Episode 51: Bryce Bladon on Avoiding "Clients From Hell" (

Art of Value #94: Value and Pricing in the Enterprise with Matthew Habuda (

Freelancers’ Show #198: FS Saying No (

Curtis McHale Podcast: How I achieve paper 0 (

Freelance Transformation #60: Value has Nothing to do with Time with Noah Fleming (

Thanks, I’ll see you next week

Eric Davis (@edavis10)