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He even joined car club forums as a sponsor. After he moved in to his own shop he started to contact and build relationships with car storage facilities, car dealers, mechanic shops, audio installation shops… They all recommend him for business. Moral of this story is he had to work on getting the work. It’s no different with you. Do you have a portfolio? How can someone view your work? What do you offer? How can someone benefit? Who benefits? What type of relationships can you build to get continuous work? Is there even a market for what you do?
I think the latter is very important.. A lot of times we have this talent and skill that we believe could make us a fortune but there’s no market for it. Very rarely are companies saying “hmm… I need to find someone who can remove this background from this image”… Usually their Graphic Designer or even Web Designer can do it. Or the company they pay to build their web sites have someone in house. It’s not really an outsourced thing. Perhaps you can get creative and take up Photography and Web Design too. Offer perhaps Exotic Car dealerships a professional photo package that includes pro shots, professional imagery, and brochures for their vehicles.
1.Get on: Upwork 1st, Guru, Freelancer, create a profile and start looking at successful freelancers doing what you do save their profiles.
2.Create a job post for the same work you do and see how the best freelancers are applying to your job and look at their portfolio.
3.Upload your work samples to G-drive or dropbox and link them right in your proposal don’t attach them(People are lazy they like easy)
4.Again emulate the best guys that applied to your sample job use their profile and proposals as a template(The ones that earn the most money)
5.Start a blog use it as an online resume if you don’t have one already so that you can become an authority
6.Offer to guest post on other blogs, magazine sites, and websites that deal with your field
7.Use linkedIn into network
8.Find Bloggers that do what you do and look at their resume, then apply to the same places(They obviously hire people that do that work)
9.Get on Social media
Overall I would focus on Upwork Or fiverr 1st then build out.