Seattle Digital Freelancers
Meeting Notes & Resources
Seattle Digital Freelancers is a community of talented digital marketing specialists that meet online to support each other in running our businesses, generating ideas, collaborating on projects, creating lasting connections, and making the web a better place. We meet once a month on the second Wednesday at 9am via Zoom. Scroll to the bottom to join us!
Get away from the Time = Money mentality and move into the Value = Money world. Today we talked about how to deliver your best work and get paid for what you’re worth by productizing your services. I worked with Heather to put this meeting together, and she created this slideshow that pretty much sums
Supporting our theme of the year: FREEDOM – more work, in less time, for more money, Randy led a discussion about “Randy’s Rules”, or “Insert Your Name Here‘s Rules”. Because the path to freedom is with rules. Having rules is like having guardrails on a bridge – it’s the quickest and safest way to get
Today we had some great new members attend and we talked about: How to frame your service as a solution to a DIRE problem. How to develop that into YOUR brand message Are you presenting your core service as a remarkable solution? Because nobody cares about what you do. They care about the problem you
Today we revisited the purpose of the group. We looked back on 2021 and talked about where we want to go in 2022. I decided to choose a theme for 2022, which is “Freedom.” What does that mean? For our purposes it means: Do more work in less time for more money. Here are the
Today we talked about pricing your services: how to set your prices, communicate them confidently, and get paid for the value you provide. Here are some of the highlights: Pick a niche. Define your audience. Be a big fish in a small pond. When you’re that expert in that small pond you can charge more.
Today we discussed how to build your business by getting the best clients; starting with mindset, and developing a process that works. The conversation didn’t focus on getting new clients as much as getting good clients and the awkward pricing conversation and charging hourly vs. project based. Getting good clients comes down to being able