Web Designer Tips for Landing Clients

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25 Responses to “Web Designer Tips for Landing Clients”


  1. raineer delarita

    keep it coming sir . .

  2. shmegeger

    Another great video with priceless info! Helped me soo much on my journey
    into becoming a web designer! Thankyou again! :D

  3. Scott 'Sythen' Baker

    This video has nothing to with the video title. He’s simply reinforcing the
    points he made in the ’struggling web designers’ video.

  4. Syed Fazil

    I am 14 . I have mastered HTML and CSS . I’m not sure if I should learn
    Javascript or Photoshop ? Could you give me some advice

  5. Umer Ronaldo

    @TheSyed27 Start watching javascript tuts youll find it easy to learn the
    basics

  6. healthtips4u

    @haseebaccound2 could you name one of such websites

  7. SoniTVLive

    Very Informative! Thank you!

  8. Luis Rosales

    Despite I’m new in the web design world, I’m becoming an expert with all
    your tips and training…. Thanks Mike…

  9. BerkyBoy

    Good info but can I ask why this is even a video? It’s just you looking
    straight at a camera talking – podcast it. Otherwise you’re basically
    spamming youtube.

  10. Asterisk Loftis

    Great point. I think I’ll try to give away somethings for free on my blog.
    Build up my web karma. Thanks for the video’s, they are always interesting.

  11. mlwebco

    @waringpriestfilms Yeah, it has to be valuable information that someone can
    use right away to improve their business or website.

  12. mlwebco

    @nvj944 Yes, e-books have been used an abused by cheesy internet marketers.
    So this marketing tactic has to be done with professional honest advice
    backed by a solid web design portfolio. There still top companies (honest
    companies) still using these tactics today to open the door to speak to
    prospects. But I feel you, the 5-point inspection is different and might
    seem more authentic. ;)

  13. thetechgeneration

    Hey Mike, I am 14 years old, know html, css, javascript, jquery, flash, and
    simple php along with the adobe cs5 suite. Do you think that I should start
    freelancing (including my age problem)

  14. haseebaccound2

    @healthtips4u outsourcemarketplace.webs.com

  15. Matt Lillie

    Another angle that I have found really useful and a great way to build my
    skill set while getting paid as a freelancer it is to target graphic
    designers and internet marketing managers who need someone who can code up
    a site. There are alot of them out there! You can learn their bit by seeing
    what they do, and they get you work (and vica versa!) :)

  16. Wazez

    thanks so much. if possible, can you make a video on web designers who dont
    have a portfolio to advertise yet. (portfolio as in someone without any
    official websites to show off yet).

  17. eVCephei

    CHRIS BROWN !?

  18. haseebaccound2

    @thetechgeneration yeah! You can. If you have proper permission from your
    parents and a freelance website that supports. But you can’t start a company

  19. SehlOne

    hi michael, i´m a webdesigner from germany and love your videos. many good
    tips so far. thanks man! keep up the good work! @TheSyed27 you should learn
    photoshop or better fireworks to create some templates and implement to
    html/css.photoshop/fireworks are very important for a webdesigner today.
    sorry for my bad english btw :)

  20. aNdYmAtTeR

    Good thinking there!!!

  21. Captain Bunz

    36 likes 0 dislikes nice job thanks for the advice!

  22. IT Works Websites

    Great advice, thank you for sharing. Love all your videos.

  23. Jason Wirth

    Hey Mike, I can’t stand free e-book giveaways. Maybe they work, I don’t
    have data, but seem played out. Your 5-point consultation is a much better
    alternative because it’s unique and personal, not to mention giving me a
    taste of your design (your actual product), while the free e-books are
    often generic recycled content that can be found online.

  24. Moses Kidd

    @nvj944 Yeah. I’ve seen this alot. It seems very cookie-cutter. Sign up for
    a newsletter and recieve free ebook. The ebook actually is a secret
    marketing tool for other products and a way to capture my contact info to
    spam me with more things.

  25. Moses Kidd

    Free advice is good. I like websites I go to where I feel like the
    information will improve my life or put me a step ahead. Simply information
    that seems like it comes from an empathetic place or that takes my feelings
    or experience into concern is very valuable. Stories that show a person’s
    level of experience and expertise. I think this is the type of content that
    builds a good following.