Getting a client’s project, working on it, and receiving payment is the phenomenon to all recruitment firms. So the prime task of recruitment jobs starts by approaching a client. You can approach a client in two ways. You can communicate to old clients who have already worked with you or second method is to loom with new clients.
Here, these are effective tips to approach a new client.
• Showcase Your Talents
You can create a profile summarizing your skills. Website or blog is active profile for any businesses so you can create your own website. A professional, trouble-free navigating links of website will market your skills easily. Include the resources you use while handling the project. Display your work as clips so that clients can understand your ability at a glance. It’s mandatory to update your website periodically with latest trends.
• Do Little Home work
Put some efforts to know about clients you approach and their business. Therefore, you gain confidence to collaborate with them. Issue an article through media to attract the attention of clients about your service. Just don’t follow others work, be innovative and find unique techniques to do a project. Research regarding your work and give inputs to clients.
Networking creates opportunities to build relationship. Exchange your business cards to clients; therefore they can instantly contact you. Attend and discuss your ideas and get feedback in industry events like seminars, conference etc. Active participation will increase your fame among others. Sound professional and follow dress code while participating on meetings. Become member of social networking sites like twitter, facebook, to expand your business network.
One of the key mindset shifts that you can make if you want to get more clients is to stop trying to “convince” clients to work with you and instead focus on attracting ideal clients to you. When you do that, you’ll not only generate MORE leads for your business, but you’ll end up attracting more of the right kind of prospects, people who are much more likely to resonate with your message and turn into paying clients. This shift transitions you from a “push” style of marketing, into a “pull” style of marketing where the right people feel naturally attracted and connected to want to work with you. A great way to do that is to use “client magnets.”
A client magnet is a presentation, a website, a blog, an article, a tool, a report, or anything else that naturally GRABS the attention of your ideal prospects (people in your target market, who resonate with your message,) and gets them interested in you and what you have to offer.