Freelance for a lifetime?

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Re: Freelance for a lifetime?

Post by Zom-B » Tue Nov 10, 2015 5:40 pm

Tramis wrote:What are the chances to find a client in LinkedIn?
Tramis wrote:Is it better to freelance, or open a small design studio? What would client prefer?
I've always been freelancing and opening now such a studio since many clients prefer the idea of that.

As a studio you also can get charge higher without the client to complain...

The thing simply is, that opening a studio is quickly and easy: Do a website... done!
Clients have the idea that such a studio has more employees that can tackle their project.
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Re: Freelance for a lifetime?

Post by contegufo » Fri Dec 04, 2015 7:23 am

Hi

After finishing my site I made a nice little letter that hoi shipped with links to 8 possible collaborators.
All eight have gone to see the site but no one has even deigned to give an appreciation!
The statistics are bad; household savings have increased and also those of business, or do not invest a euro. Imagine if you spend to make some nice 3D image.
I think the only chance is printing but has run out! :x
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