Website Design

Clients

Your clients will typically consist of entrepreneurs, especially those who own new businesses, restaurants, retail stores and manufacturers. Typically any business that needs to appeal to his or her client base easily and effectively will have a need for your services.

Marketing Plan

Your marketing plan should be based upon targeting entrepreneurial service providers and start-up businesses. Join leads clubs in order to obtain personal introductions to individuals who might be able to use your services and to develop Power Partner Relationships. These personal introductions will provide you with much more rapid access to new clients.

Power Partners

Your Power Partners will be those who supply your clients with services on a regular basis. They will consist of Printers, Accounting firms, Photographers, Graphic Artists, Event Planners as well as, Public Relations and Marketing firms.

The conversations with these Power Partners should indicate your willingness to include them as you become aware of companies that might be in need of their services. It is important you meet with these Power Partners in person the first time, and then keep in touch with them weekly through email or phone conversations.

Requirements

You will need to have excellent skills in project management, organization, a computer with the capacity for large files and to create a database, a tracking system and invoices. A professionally designed website is absolutely necessary and an outgoing personality is extremely important. You will also need to have reliable transportation.

You could also expand this to the point of finding the clients, managing other web designers and negotiating either finder’s fees for projects or a percentage of the project fees. This would give you unlimited income and minimize the need for you to do all of the design work yourself.

Personality Type: Analytical, Amiable, Driver

Total Start Up Costs: Less than $3500(includes computer, business cards, website and phone)

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