How to Keep and Even Grow Your Client Base Despite the Pandemic

This is a guest post by Derek Goodman at inbizability.com.


Clients are the lifeblood of any business, be it small or large. As such, it’s only natural that you’ll want to move heaven and earth to keep the clients you have — and even add to them. This, however, is easier said than done these days as the pandemic takes a financial toll on most businesses. Thankfully, modern technology has made it possible for many industries and jobs to move forward. Needless to say, it will do you well to leverage this and keep your own livelihood not just going, but maybe even growing. Here are some links that can help you.

Look Great on Paper (and Online)

Whether you are a freelancer or own an established business, now is the time to gear up for the hustle. Competition is fierce, and people are only spending their money on the best of the best. The following links can help you find the right clients and make yourself shine in the best possible light, which is exactly where you want to be.

Know Where to Look

Whether you are looking to build your own client base, want to network, or simply need a part-time job working from home until the kids go back to school, the articles below can help.

Look Specifically to Your Expertise

You have a skill set that makes you an exceptional catch for the right client. But, sometimes, it’s tough to weed through opportunities in a world of internet scams. No need, we’ve done the research for you on four of the top online jobs: programming, writing, data entry, and design.

Look to Your Work Environment, Too

Gearing up to work from home means outfitting your space as professionally as possible. Click below for how to do just that.

Indeed, there’s no better way to cope with the current world situation than to keep yourself busy by taking care of your clients and growing your small business. The tools and resources are there, as well as the time and opportunity. Make them count!

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