A Simple Formula to Grow Your Freelance Business As Coronavirus Drags On

Do you want to grow your freelance business through the Coronavirus pandemic instead of merely “surviving” it?

Here’s the harsh reality…

In every kind of world event like this (pandemic, recession, depression, war, etc)… in business, there are winners and losers. These events tend to separate the wheat from the chaffe.

And, there’s often no middle ground.

No just “getting by”. You either grow and come through it stronger or your business withers and dies. But, there is a way through it that I will show you in just a moment.

But, before I do, in case you wonder how dramatic the gap between the winners and losers is, there are examples everywhere:

And, at the exact same time, you have this happening:

Winners and losers. And, the sad part for the losers is many never come back:

And, these are more than statistics. Try to imagine the lives ruined by this. The bankruptcies, the crushed dreams, the shame of going back to a 9-to-5 job feeling like a failure, the kids thrust into poverty.

These are real people’s lives — permanently destroyed.

Obviously, YOU want to avoid that. But, you’re not a massive digital retailer or game manufacturer…

How can YOU grow your freelance business while everything around you seems to be shrinking and falling apart?

You focus on the winners.

It’s no offense to the people hurting right now, but you have to look out for yourself. And, the blunt truth is there are people and businesses profiting and growing through this pandemic.

Businesses aggressively expanding and seeking to improve their position in their market and grow their revenue. And, those businesses need help. They need people, freelancers like you and I, to help them achieve that growth.

THOSE are the people you “latch onto” during a pandemic, recession, war — whatever it is — to not just survive but GROW with them. Not anybody doing anything shady or moral repugnant, of course.

But, that’s the beauty of being your own boss as a freelancer. YOU get to pick and choose who you work with. And, you can grow your business and expand your income by making some simple tweaks to the services you offer and how you offer them… to cater to these “big money” clients.

And, there’s a formula for this. One I learned from two “morons” I once met at an internet marketing conference. And when I started implementing this formula I learned from them, I started landing clients like this:

$18,445 For a Single Website

Which are, obviously, the kind of clients you want — especially right now as the Coronavirus pandemic drags on. Anyway, I’ve put together a video where I show you how I did it and how you can start tweaking your services to land these kinds of clients, as well. You can watch it here:

Do you want high-paying freelance clients?

I’ll show you what I learned over the last 15 years about building a 100K freelance business from complete scratch. What I did to land projects with Inc. Magazine, Tim Ferris, Lewis Howes, Michael Hyatt and others. Just enter your email address in the box below and let’s get started:

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John Morris

JOHN MORRIS

I’m a 15-year veteran of freelance web development. I’ve worked with bestselling authors and average Joe’s next door. These days, I focus on helping other freelancers build their freelance business and their lifestyles.

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