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How to draw Clients

    • 16 posts
    June 1, 2014 1:19 PM EDT
    Our website, which brings almost 100 Graphic Designers together with businesses needing logos, redesigned logos and other branding designs has a no shortage of designers, as I stated. However, no matter what we are trying, getting new clients seems to be more of a challenge. We have less than a shoestring budget at the moment, and are doing whatever we can do to increase our SEO and visibility through free websites and even Craigs List. We are not overpriced, based on what other Graphic Designers are charging and bring MUCH more experience and concepts to the table. Any suggestions?
    • 27 posts
    June 6, 2014 4:12 AM EDT
    To grow a marketplace, it is usually about the hustle in contacting every potential supplier and consumer individually.

    I'll focus on the consumer side of the equation since you already have the supplier part sorted.

    Instead of posting about your website, contact every business that is looking for designers online, be it on Craigslist, forums or freelance websites. It's all about the hustle. A marketplace like yours is usually more appealing than the platforms above since a business can pick and choose the design they like most and pay for it.

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    • 55 posts
    September 11, 2014 2:15 AM EDT
    Have you tried odesk and elance? There are businesses there that are looking for graphic artists
    • 21 posts
    September 25, 2014 3:04 AM EDT
    SEO would be a good strategy. However, it should be done properly as Google algorithms can strike you anytime. On the other hand, I would suggest to make use of social media to widen the exposure of your company. Producing helpful contents that are related to your niche can definitely the attention of your potential clients.