I have joined with a startup company who is looking for new potential clients, they are mainly in to web designing,web development, mobile application and all other software services. We have got a dedicated team who completes the work within quality time and focus on customer satisfaction. However, they like to grow internationally.
I get hit by such calls/emails almost daily.
How not to, is often easier than how to and I get fed up of the number cold calls that breach new GDPR regulations. Often they are clearly overseas calls, worse are local calls or number withheld. If I do answer the caller often gets into an argument re GDPR - you won't win.
Do not under any circumstances send (spam) emails or scraped from new domain registrations from outlook or gmail saying that you do
using a made up name that sounds as if from the country you are targeting and offering a call/skype. Such calls/emails instantly go into spam and block.
So having started with what not to do, try to reverse the what not, into what TO do.
Have a local presence, use real domains for email, use real names/people who KNOW what they are talking about and local issues/regulations..... Have a local website, written in native language, not second language, ideally have a local human presence. Make sure you know about the business you are contacting, rather than generic rubbish.
Finally, having used several such companies, they often promise more than they deliver, if so you will never get a second engagement. SO do not under any circumstances just say what you think the listener wants to hear, tell them the truth, even if it means you don't get the business this time.
Happy to discuss further...
Don't spam. Just focus upon writing good contents on blogs and try to get leads.
Hi I am Priyanka.
Freelancer and Upwork (formerly oDesk) are freelancing sites that facilitate and streamline the process of hiring virtual (or remote workers).
Each of these sites have their own approach, but in essence, all of these companies allow you to do more or less the same thing.
You can post a job description, have people bid on the work, negotiate on price, and look at previous ratings and work history before settling on either a contract rate, or a pay-per hour agreement.
Generally, money is escrowed (or held) by each of the websites and they release the payment to the worker when the work is complete (skimming a neat profit at the same time – typically 10-15% of money that changes hands.
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First and foremost you have to be grammatically correct in your presentation. There is nothing worse when trying to attract clients than poor (English) grammar and language skills. If you don't have these abilities engage with someone that can help. If you can't communicate effectively with your prospective customers they will not have confidence in your ability to deliver however technically able you might be. Next source a local (country specific) representative, provide examples of work you have previously completed, produce costed packages so clients know what your typical charges are and provide excellent customer care.
If you would like help to enter the UK market do make contact for further assistance.