image for post - FT 174: What Do Companies Look for in Freelancers with Nathan Allotey

FT 174: What Do Companies Look for in Freelancers with Nathan Allotey

Imagine sitting in front of a corporate board and pitching your skills for a project. Do you even know where to start? Luckily we have Nathan Allotey on this episode to speak to attracting and winning corporate clients. Nathan never calls himself just a freelancer. He is a web designer and digital marketing strategist. And his portfolio consists of corporate clients. He uses his presence online to help other freelancers win corporate clients through learning from his mistakes.

image for post - FT 173: Build Relationships and Win Clients with Kirk Williams

FT 173: Build Relationships and Win Clients with Kirk Williams

Kirk Williams, owner of Zato Marketing, will be the first to tell you that you don’t absolutely need to use an expensive sales funnel to attract clients to your business. Kirk is a paid search marketer who started his career on Twitter. His online presence on Twitter and through online forums helped him generate leads and create a client pool he loves to work with!

image for post - FT 169: Breaking Out of Banking to Become a Coach with Merideth Bisiker

FT 169: Breaking Out of Banking to Become a Coach with Merideth Bisiker

Less than a year ago, Merideth left her full-time job to become Merideth the Money Coach. She helps clients with money management techniques and helps them recover from financial crisis. She’s on Freelance Transformation today to talk about the work-life balance that is sometimes hard to manage when working for yourself. She shares how to pull off the transition from full-time to self-employment and how she balances her career in order to be there for her family.

image for post - FT 167: Find and Help Clients in a Cool Niche with Sophie Bujold

FT 167: Find and Help Clients in a Cool Niche with Sophie Bujold

Sophie Bujold is the creator of Cliqueworthy, an agency that connects clients with their ideal online communities. Sometimes her clients are starting from scratch, but most of the time these clients already have a community; they just don’t know what to do with it. You can use your online community to carry your message and build your brand. Sophie shares some tips on this episode to help us find clients and build relationships online that are both sincere and successful.

image for post - FT 166: Content Marketing the Right Way with Devesh Khanal

FT 166: Content Marketing the Right Way with Devesh Khanal

Devesh Khanal is a content marketing guru who used to be just like us. He never thought content marketing would work for him until a fateful meeting with his future business partner, Benji Hyam. Together, the two of them started their own content marketing agency, and they help big businesses and freelancers alike manage their content marketing campaigns.

image for post - FT 162: Freelance with a Purpose with Kevin Monroe

FT 162: Freelance with a Purpose with Kevin Monroe

Kevin Monroe is a leadership consultant and executive coach who helps high achievers find and connect with their purpose in life. Finding a purpose goes beyond just making money for yourself, and it goes well beyond success too. It’s time to stop going through the motions and start working with some intention.

image for post - FT 141: Become Known In Your Niche with Mike Julian

FT 141: Become Known In Your Niche with Mike Julian

You won’t become a recognizable name in your niche market overnight, but you can get a head start with these tips from Mike Julian of Aster Labs. His unique perspective on outreach and the way he uses social media & content writing can really put you at the forefront of your field and connect you with the right clients. Learn how to approach your niche the right way so you can start earning the income you need to make freelancing your full-time job.

image for post - FT 133: Find Your Ideal Clients Through Facebook Ad Funnels with Kurt Bullock

FT 133: Find Your Ideal Clients Through Facebook Ad Funnels with Kurt Bullock

We’ve got another Shopify expert on today’s episode of The Freelance Transformation Podcast. Kurt Bullock is the founder of The Produce Department where he helps Shopify store owners develop their technical marketing and sales skills. He used to be a record producer for MTV, so how did he get involved with Shopify?

Freelance careers can take you on all sorts of professional adventures, but Kurt found his niche in marketing. Kurt talks about developing the skills to create perfect marketing funnels and how you can make Facebook’s algorithms work for you. Tune in now and hear how you can build your own customer funnels and transform your freelance career for good!

image for post - FT 132: Specialize, Simplify, Profit! with Kurt Elster

FT 132: Specialize, Simplify, Profit! with Kurt Elster

Kurt Elster appeared on the show two years ago when it was just getting started. In Episode 8, Kurt shared how he was building a business as an e-commerce developer on Shopify. Now, two years later, Kurt is known as the “Shopify guy”. He’s tapped into a niche, and content marketing, in such a way that his business has vaulted to the next level, and Kurt has since worked with big-name clients like Penn & Teller and Jay Leno.