When looking for high-quality clients, there are several blunders that freelancers and service providers frequently make. By avoiding these blunders, you may be able to manage your business successfully and attract a consistent flow of customers prepared to pay you what you are worth.
Failing to distinguish between cost and value.
Many merchants are concerned about their pricing and are prepared to undercut the competition. The problem is that it may be difficult to raise the price in the future if you become locked into the lower pricing. Additionally, the lower price might only draw cheap customers rather than excellent ones with whom you could build a lasting relationship. You might even be rejected by successful businesspeople because you’re too inexpensive.
Next, there is the issue of worth. Price and value are not the same thing. Your ability to produce quality work, be dependable, and meet deadlines will determine how valuable you are. Your experience also determines how valuable you are. You are more valuable than someone charging the same amount who isn’t a true expert in WordPress, for example, because you bring your knowledge and experience to every assignment.
Lack of Clarity in Your Offer