Now that you’ve finally decided to become a pro WordPress developer, you will soon see that acquiring ninja-level WordPress skills and expertise is the easy part. Your uphill battle lies in finding clients who will pay for your services.
Nope, here you won’t read anything about the usual job-listing and staffing sites. These sites include Craigslist, Elance.com, Freelancer.com, Upwork.com or the likes. No, they won’t be included in this post.
Not only are these sites filled with cutthroat competition, but many developers who have tried their luck in these sites have since given up. Mainly because pay rates don’t usually match the workload.
Startup developers, and even seasoned ones, who just can’t find the perfect projects are better off trying a new approach when hunting for clients.