January 11, 2010 in Freelance Web Designer Tip, Web Designer Tips

Web Designer Tip: Your Personality is Your Selling Point

freelance-designer-tip-simpsons-barney-personalityA client hiring a freelance designer wants to see your work, check your prices, then access your personality and ask “can I work with him?”. Personality is a selling point that you should express, not the collecting magazines under your bed part, but the nice; funny, polite and interesting parts.

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5 Responses to Web Designer Tip: Your Personality is Your Selling Point

  1. So true, you’re personality can be such a good selling point, if you use it in the right way.

  2. It’s absolutely vital that the customer feels they can work with you, and that is all about your personality. Once you are in communication with a prospective client you have already got the deal, you can only lose it at that point!

  3. Thats me screwed then.
    Hi long time developer first time here. 🙂

  4. I’ve been to a few networking events where some developers have shyed away from mingling with the crowd. Having that confidence to meet and greet potential clients is as important (if not moreso) than your actual web design skills.

  5. Which is precisely why I have a nice, big, smiley mugshot on my website and promotional material. Freelancing is not just about selling my services; it’s about selling myself as a person.

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