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1 minute ago, rayhan_1122 said:

Field of a web developer. If a client messages me. If I get that job then what things  will I ask from the client?

You are a web developer and you don't know what thing you need and what should ask from your client. It's funny. 😄

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19 hours ago, rayhan_1122 said:

Field of a web developer. if I get work from the client and complete this work. how to submit client work

If you receive the order, you will see a dashboard similar to the one mentioned in the picture, and when you complete the order, you can click the Delivery Now button to submit your client's work.

 

 

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1. Be honest about your capabilities. If you are not confident in what you can do, don't say anything at all. Clients want to hire people who they feel comfortable working with. If you come off as cocky or arrogant, clients won't trust you and may even think that you're trying to scam them.

2. Ask questions. If you don't know something, ask! A lot of times, clients will tell you a little bit about their project and then expect you to make assumptions about how you would go about completing the job. By asking questions, you show that you are interested in learning as much as possible about the project, and this shows that you are trustworthy.

3. Show enthusiasm. When you first meet someone, be excited about their project and what you could bring to the table. This is especially true if you have never worked with that particular client before. Even if you have worked with them before, just try to remember that you are meeting them for the first time again.

4. Be organized. Have copies of any documents you need to present to the client. Make sure you have everything ready to go when you arrive at the client's location. You don't want to spend extra time searching through piles of papers and files only to realize that you left something behind.

5. Always be prepared. Bring a notebook or laptop computer along with you when you start a job. Write down notes of what you learn throughout the day or week. This way, you'll always have a record of what you learned from each client, and you will have a better idea of how you can improve your skills in the future.

6. Be punctual. Don't be late to meetings or appointments. Being on time means that you respect other people's time.

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3 hours ago, kawsir_ahmed said:

1. Be honest about your capabilities. If you are not confident in what you can do, don't say anything at all. Clients want to hire people who they feel comfortable working with. If you come off as cocky or arrogant, clients won't trust you and may even think that you're trying to scam them.

2. Ask questions. If you don't know something, ask! A lot of times, clients will tell you a little bit about their project and then expect you to make assumptions about how you would go about completing the job. By asking questions, you show that you are interested in learning as much as possible about the project, and this shows that you are trustworthy.

3. Show enthusiasm. When you first meet someone, be excited about their project and what you could bring to the table. This is especially true if you have never worked with that particular client before. Even if you have worked with them before, just try to remember that you are meeting them for the first time again.

4. Be organized. Have copies of any documents you need to present to the client. Make sure you have everything ready to go when you arrive at the client's location. You don't want to spend extra time searching through piles of papers and files only to realize that you left something behind.

5. Always be prepared. Bring a notebook or laptop computer along with you when you start a job. Write down notes of what you learn throughout the day or week. This way, you'll always have a record of what you learned from each client, and you will have a better idea of how you can improve your skills in the future.

6. Be punctual. Don't be late to meetings or appointments. Being on time means that you respect other people's time.

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Kawsir Ahmed

That's really great 👍

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6 hours ago, kawsir_ahmed said:

1. Be honest about your capabilities. If you are not confident in what you can do, don't say anything at all. Clients want to hire people who they feel comfortable working with. If you come off as cocky or arrogant, clients won't trust you and may even think that you're trying to scam them.

2. Ask questions. If you don't know something, ask! A lot of times, clients will tell you a little bit about their project and then expect you to make assumptions about how you would go about completing the job. By asking questions, you show that you are interested in learning as much as possible about the project, and this shows that you are trustworthy.

3. Show enthusiasm. When you first meet someone, be excited about their project and what you could bring to the table. This is especially true if you have never worked with that particular client before. Even if you have worked with them before, just try to remember that you are meeting them for the first time again.

4. Be organized. Have copies of any documents you need to present to the client. Make sure you have everything ready to go when you arrive at the client's location. You don't want to spend extra time searching through piles of papers and files only to realize that you left something behind.

5. Always be prepared. Bring a notebook or laptop computer along with you when you start a job. Write down notes of what you learn throughout the day or week. This way, you'll always have a record of what you learned from each client, and you will have a better idea of how you can improve your skills in the future.

6. Be punctual. Don't be late to meetings or appointments. Being on time means that you respect other people's time.

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Kawsir Ahmed

thank you for your important advice.

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