Case Studies of Successful Freelancers
New and seasoned freelancers are getting the clients they deserve clients through Finding the Freelance Clients You Deserve. Here are some of their cases studies.
- Getting new and better clients
- Getting found by clients looking for freelancers on LinkedIn
- Getting positive responses to direct emails.
Some freelancers are seeing results while they’re still taking the 7-week online course or within weeks of finishing it.
Read the case studies:
- Mia DeFino
- Kathleen Labonge, MBA
- Oki Dzivenu, DPhil, ELS
- Debbie (Deborah) Anderson, PhD
- Erik MacLaren, PhD
- Joy Drohan
- Elizabeth Hanson
- Eva Stabenow, CT (EN-DE)
Focusing on Client Needs
Debbie wanted to make sure her freelance business continued to grow. She learned how to attract different types of clients and make more money by focusing on their needs.
Debbie (Deborah) Anderson, PhD
DGA Medical Communications
Freelance medical writer and instructional designer since 2012
Identifying and Attracting Ideal Clients
With more than 20 years of freelance writing and editing experience, Joy Drohan was doing pretty well. But she wanted to eliminate slow periods, and to have more choice in her projects. Yet, finding time for marketing was difficult.
Freelance writer and editor since 1995
Surging Confidence Leads to New Opportunities
After 21 years of freelancing, Eva Stabenow was doing well, but she wanted to work a little less and with better clients. She wanted to take control of the “next round” of her freelance career, but didn’t know where to start.
Eva Stabenow, CT (EN-DE)
Wordplay Translations, LLC
Freelance translator and conference interpreter since 1995
Want to get the clients you deserve?
Finding the Freelance Clients You Deserve: The Secrets to Targeting and Reaching the Right Clients in 6 Weeks helps new, aspiring, and experienced freelancers who are ready to succeed target and reach ideal clients — without wasting time, effort, or money. The course uses a proven, step-by-step process that focuses on what works best for freelancers.