Where do Clients come from?

Today we answer Karen’s question … Where do clients come from?

Resources:
Meetup.com
BNI
Toastmasters

About Candy

My name is Candy and I own OffAssist. I've been a VA since February 2002 and work full time with my husband at it. We have been very successful and I am always being asked for just 2 minutes of my time. This is my way of giving everyone... "just 2 minutes of my time". Enjoy and please ask away!

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3 Responses to Where do Clients come from?

  1. Joe July 19, 2009 at 6:34 pm #

    I do all kinds of freelance work and Candy is correct. Personal networking is best and I agree with Candy’s advice of NOT to sound like a salesman, be yourself and be genuine. One great source of clients is to look for something like a YOUNG PROFESSIONALS and CHAMBER of COMMERCE after hours get togethers. They are well worth your time.

  2. Maggie Langley July 20, 2009 at 3:22 am #

    Great video. I am just starting out and am looking for my third client. I found this really helpful. Thanks Maggie Langley

  3. Cindy Brock July 28, 2009 at 1:58 pm #

    Candy is 100% right about local networking. I was horrified about doing local networking because I am NOT a salesperson A friend introduced me to Deb Villarese (www.StartYourOwnLeadsGroup.com) who’s an expert networker. She completely alleviated my fears about networking, and gave me a great tip for being part of a leads group. (I had heard of them but never knew how they were different from networking.) She explained it to me and made it sound so easy. I joined a local leads group (I was the only VA in the group) and found TONS of business – not only from the people in my group, but their business associates. Who knew? (Thanks for sharing that tip, Candy!)

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