Today we’re discussing the “Great Website Debate.” Do you need one as a freelancer? Is it worth the investment of time and money?
Actually, the reality is: there’s actually no debate at all for savvy freelancers.
A sustainable and lucrative freelance career involves intentionally attracting your perfect clients with your own targeted marketing efforts — and building an asset that keeps bringing you those clients, year after year. That’s why you want — and need — your own website.
In this episode, Brian Clark discusses the benefits of creating a centralized place where potential clients can come to know, like, and trust you thanks to your site content, dive into case studies, review your services, and ultimately contact you to become a client.
Then he offers his recommendations for website providers from nearly two decades of experience building thriving and lucrative audiences online. (Spoiler alert: WordPress gets mentioned … but it’s not the only one.)
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