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Building trust as someone new to the fiber industry, despite having good work experience, can be challenging but achievable. Here are some steps you can take to gain the trust of potential buyers:

1. Create a Professional Online Presence:

Build a strong LinkedIn profile that highlights your work experience, skills, and accomplishments.
Create a professional website or portfolio showcasing your previous work, certifications, and qualifications in the fiber industry.

2. Network and Connect:

Attend industry events, conferences, and webinars to meet potential clients and partners.
Join online forums, groups, and communities related to fiber to engage with industry professionals.

3. Seek Recommendations and References:

Reach out to former colleagues or supervisors who can vouch for your work ethic and expertise.
Request testimonials or endorsements from individuals you've worked with in the past.

4. Offer a Guarantee or Trial Period:

Consider offering a trial period for your services to potential clients. This can help them assess your capabilities without a long-term commitment.
Provide a satisfaction guarantee to assure clients that you are committed to delivering quality work.

5. Build a Portfolio:

Begin by taking on smaller projects to build a portfolio of work in the fiber industry.
Highlight successful projects and showcase them in your portfolio to demonstrate your abilities.

6. Stay Informed and Educated:

Stay up-to-date with the latest trends, technologies, and best practices in the fiber industry.
Obtain relevant certifications or training to enhance your skills and credibility.

7. Be Transparent and Honest:

Clearly communicate your level of experience to potential clients.
Be honest about what you can and cannot do, and never overpromise or exaggerate your abilities.

8. Offer Competitive Pricing:

In the beginning, consider offering competitive pricing to attract clients.
As you build your reputation and portfolio, you can gradually adjust your rates to reflect your expertise.

9. Build Long-Term Relationships:

Focus on building strong, long-term relationships with your clients by delivering consistent, high-quality work.
Ask for feedback and be open to making improvements based on client suggestions.

10. Patience and Persistence:

Gaining trust takes time, so be patient and persistent in your efforts.
Don't get discouraged by initial skepticism; continue to prove your worth through your actions and results.
Remember that trust is something that is earned over time. By consistently demonstrating your skills, professionalism, and dedication to your clients and the industry, you can overcome initial doubts and establish yourself as a trustworthy and reliable professional in the fiber industry.

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9 hours ago, rafsansunny121 said:

Those who are new to fiber, have good work experience, but are new to fiber, buyers don't trust new people, what can be done for that?

There are a few things those people can do. If they truly have plenty of experience, they can show it all off, right? I perhaps wouldn't be showing off any real info in your case (I hope you're not showing real names in your gig images), but there must be ways to prove experience in every niche.

Another thing that I think irks buyers is misrepresenting oneself.

Imagine this: you reach out to someone who, according to their profile, is fluent in say, French, but then can't string 2 sentences together properly. That'd make you lose trust, right?

Basically, be honest, show what you've done and see if the site works for you. 


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