Last week I surveyed Career Green Light readers who freelance in the music, television, or film industry and the results that came back shocked me. Even though many of you rely on freelancing to boost your income, almost none of you use the web to find clients.
This mean most of you are spending enormous amounts of time hustling for work through offline channels like conferences and trade shows. Even worse, some of you have no strategy at all, and look to luck and referrals from colleagues to get business.
That’s why I recruited Tommy, the Online Marketing Strategist to help you. I am doing a live interview with Tommy soon, so sign up to the newsletter right now and I will alert you about the call. Earlier this year, Tommy looked analyzed the mistakes I was making promoting my services online, and he gave me great advice on how to fix things. He’ll do the same for you.
Before you join the call, here are 3 things you should know about Tommy:
1. Tommy Is One Of Us
Tommy worked in television before launching his business coaching business. When he did, his first client was a musician who he helped use the web to quadruple sales.
You can see more of Tommy’s background by visiting his site, Tommy.IsMy.Name.
2. Tommy Has An Answer To The Self Doubt That Plagues You
When Tommy held his strategy session with me, the first piece of advice he gave me was to increase my criminally low prices. I knew I was charging my clients enough, but I was wishy-washy about upping my rates to the level of the service I provided.
Can you relate?
Tommy wrote a huge article on the topic, and you should absolutely read, print, and share it: “106 Excuses That Prevent You From Ever Becoming Great”
3. Tommy Is A Facebook Expert
Did you know you there is a way to let your personal brand shine on Facebook without being obnoxious?
Did you know you can promote your services on Facebook in a way that people will thank you for?
Tommy is the master at that. Check out his awesome (and free) series of Facebook tips and strategies for freelancers.
Join The Call
Want to learn from Tommy how to use the web to find better and higher paying freelance gigs? Sign up to the newsletter and join the call.