Dear Web Design-Dabbler,
If you're reading this page then the chances are that you already possess some web design skills - and you've probably already decided that you want to start a web design business.
With that said, I probably don't need to convine you too much on WHY you should become a professional web designer.
There's just no getting away from the fact that this can be an extremely fun and profitable business - but ONLY if you know what you're doing...
Perhaps you've messed around for years designing websites for yourself and have thought "hey I could do this for other people"?
Maybe you've been designing websites for your buddies, but you haven't yet charged anybody anything for your services; it's all been for fun - but now you can see the opportunity to turn your skill into a real business?
If either of those sounds like you then you might want to grab yourself a copy of Web Design Profits...
Before we go any further it's time to firstly tackle a common issue many people have when they're thinking of starting a web design business...
and that thing is a lack of confidence.
You might be thinking "I can design a website but am I really any good?"
"Can I really charge money for what I'm capable of?"
If that's you then the first thing to do is remind yourself that if you can design a website then you ARE a web designer.
Believe me, most people don't have a clue how to make and upload even one simple web page, let alone a whole website.
Nobody is the "perfect" web designer - and if you can design a website for yourself then the chances are it's something that other people would willingly pay you for.
Now we've got that out of the way let's look at some of the things you'll find inside this no-fluff report.
How to prepare for success... Some of the main things you'll need to think about before you start doing anything for anyone.
Why your portfolio is one of the main keys to success - and how to build one quickly, even if you don't have any previous clients.
Where to look for clients.
What to do when you have a potential project on the table - and how to ensure it's a success.
The secrets to planning for success.
Why you should always continue your web design education - and what you should be focusing on.
How to boost your profits by offering extra services
... and much more.
In truth, starting a web design business isn't that hard - however making it successful isn't always as easy as you might think.
As well as your web design skills, running a business means that you've got to be good at other things too - such as marketing and admin.
Clients won't just come to you - you've got to go out and find them.
Many prospective web designers know how to design fantastic looking websites but they just don't know how to market themselves or how to do "business" stuff.
The truth is that you can be the best web designer in the world but if you're not a business person - and people don't know you exist - then you're never going to be successful.
and that's where this report comes in...
[YES] Can sell and keep 100% of the sales.
[YES] Can be bundled into another paid package and sell at a higher price.
[YES] Can be used as a bonus to another product you are selling.
[YES] Can be added into a paid membership site.
[YES] Can pass on the Resell Rights privilege to your customers.
[YES] Can be given away for free.
[NO] Contents of the product can be edited, modified or altered.
[NO] You may not sell or giveaway Private Label Rights