8 quirky ways to get clients

Including 2 nobody else on the planet teaches

I just uploaded Part 2 of my Freelance Feast course to Skillshare.

In that part of the course, I show you 8 completely unique ways to get clients. Not the lame Upwork is 1, Fiverr is 2, etc. No, 8 completely different and unique methods — including 2 that I’m pretty confident nobody else on the planet teaches.

One of which has been the most effective method for me.

Several of my celebrity clients were landed this way, in fact.

And a good 60-70% of my client work has come from this one method.

It’s not social media, not content marketing, not freelance sites or any of the standard methods people yammer about. I cover all those… but the 2 methods above are completely unique…

And probably things only someone who has done this for over 17 years would know.

And you can get started with both immediately.

And they have very little competition.

And are incredibly difficult to replicate or steal.

Anyway, enough of my blabbing… you know the drillio on this. I just uploaded Part 2 (that contains all these methods) to Skillshare as Lesson 4 here: https://myjohn.us/feast. If you’re already a Skillshare member, you can just click and watch.

If you’re not, that link will give you access to a 14-day trial of the platform.

What some people do is start the trial, take the course and then cancel before the 14 days is up… and you never pay a penny. A few hoops, but might be worth it to you. And, of course, you get access to the entire platform — all 30,000+ courses on the site.

Anyway, whatever you do…

This the LAST day for you to get access on Skillshare.

Tomorrow morning the course comes down and then you’ll have to pay cold, hard Grants to get your hands on it — as I’ll sell it on my website for probably around $150 or so. So, if you want to get access, now is the time.

Also, keep in mind…

You have to *watch* the course before I take it down, as well. It’s not enough to just get the trial and watch it later. It won’t be there, bucko. So, down to the brass tacks of this. Anyway, do what you will.

Link, again, is here: https://myjohn.us/feast

Later,

John

P.S. For my Patrons, you, of course, get access to all my past, present and future courses so you already have access here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/50847910

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