Keys to a Successful Solo Web Developer Empire


You want to make a good living with the web development knowledge that you have so passionately and diligently built over whatever course of time. Companies these days essentially restrict how much you can make, (albeit some cater to applaud those who work hard for clients) because they have you on an hourly wage. What if your hourly wage was set by you, instead of by an employer? That’s the name of the game, and there are a number of ways you can build a business while losing the workload on you personally even.

Freelance Web Developer

Consider that you start building ‘repeat relationships’ with clients the moment you decide to start your very own web development company. It’s freelance for you, but only until you drum up so much business that you can’t sanely handles it. From there, it’s time to bring more people on board to help you continue to make more money. You are looking to maintain the amount of work you are doing while scaling safely. At this point, it’s a job for your employees but a company that YOU own.

People love whenever their work gets done for a good price, on time, and above and beyond what they expected. These three things lead to what they call a ‘perfect repeat client relationship’. When a company regularly does business with someone who owns. Let’s say, a search engine optimization firm for example.

They can rely on a lot of work in one convenient, no-nonsense setup, and save a ton of money they didn’t even know they were spending in processing and performing individual orders. They are by far where a company is going to make most of its money, and exactly why most companies do not distribute their own product individually to anyone.

In reality, in an industry as competitive as web development, the one thing you need to do in order to be a successful freelancer is to put your nose to the grindstone and impress. The people who pay you are the ones who will further your entire career no matter how you look at it. If you apply that mindset to try and blow people’s minds with your creativity and customer service, you will be up to your ears in people who want to make it easy on you.

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