How to Get Home Outsourcing Jobs
Imagine you start up a small home based business and you want to get the right kind of projects for your business! The well established companies always take their strides towards the other well established companies that have a vast expertise in handling projects, while we novice (considered as such) cannot try our hand on a single project.
This happens so for a while until we learn to get business by osmosis. Osmosis learning may be good, natural, spontaneous and automatic but learning the methodology of something will provide us with even more of osmosis derivative knowledge.
There are ways in which we may secure a home based outsourced job which may yield us good returns. You may have to make a little compromise on the pricing of your work but the tide will start to turn your way once you learn how to attract clients and retain them for long. Here are some tips as to how to grow in a home based outsourced job
Learning hunting Goats before Tigers
Do not eye a biggie in the business. Just make sure that you get a goof enough client who pays you fair amount of money. Additionally, if the project is a challenging one, proving yourself good at it may retain the client and may result in repeated business.
Make sure the biggies of the business are forced to approach you as you grow – forced merely by the quality of your work than to get you for low price.
Fix a comfortable price
Always fix a comfortable price for yourself as well as for the client. The Client may have reasons to turn you down citing lack of experience as a reason but you might very well attract the client with your pricing.
Small companies that you approach may want to pay lesser and understanding such key selection criteria of theirs might help you secure the project. But make sure that you are not working for the client at your cost. That means there is no business and that is no business.
Have a clear line up of past work portfolio that you can showcase as a sample to your client. If you have no prior experience, it is advisable to gain some experience before you enter. At least open a Blog or just showcase yourself in a social networking website.
Your product or service portfolio along with business cards or brochures can go a long way in securing a project.
Ensure Repeated Business
Once that you secure your client, make sure that you do not let it go as a one time affair. Business is not one time affair. Some amount of loyalty to your client and supplying products or delivering services before deadlines along with quality work are key factors that bring upon repeated business.
Business is all about retaining and sustaining clients and repeated business will make your business go places.
Understanding the requirements of the Client before you proceed on to any level of business discussions and meetings can make you secure more number of projects. Visit the Client’s website before you venture into getting a project!