Are you a newbie freelancer who’s looking for clients but, when you send your work samples, you hardly get a reply from your prospects?
Wait! You need a solid portfolio to showcase your work.
So, here’s what all your portfolio should contain:
- A brief introduction about you, what you offer and whom you work with. It is important to give them a clear idea and whether you are a right fit for the role.
- Your best work samples. Here you need to make sure it aligns with the services you are offering and the project you’re looking to work on.
- A few lines about the projects, or case studies. This is what a lot of people miss out on. Trust me, it helps you stand out.
- The impact you made with your services. This is really important if you want to nail it. For instance, a lot of my articles rank #1 on Google and generate a lot of traffic for my clients, which really impresses my prospects.
- Testimonials (Your clients describing their work experience with you). This is again a must to make people trust you!
- Any other achievements like awards or features. If you got recognised somewhere, make sure you add it to your portfolio as it leaves a positive impact and shows your expertise.
- A CTA. Just showcasing your work won’t help. Don’t let the prospects think about what they need to do next. Tell them what you expect — an e-mail? A discovery call? or what?
Hope these tips help you land high-paying clients. To find more of these tips, you can check out this article.