Having created turbulent waters for creative professionals in some circles, the new media professionals that are freelancers or podcasters may not have to suffer as much. For example, the solo-preneurs that are podcasters or social media freelancers are used to working from home or being isolated much of the time.
Whereas some of the work force has lost up to 60 to 70 per cent of their work because of the virus crisis, the results for the podcasters and other creatives could still survive because they did NOT have to lose all or most of their work.
Some recommendations from this article suggest staying close to current clients and over-delivering value and positive results to newer clients. There is also a great optimism for growth for those who do deliver value to customers as a solo-preneur or creative freelancer.
We hope that you can adapt to this new model for dealing with prior, current and future customers during this crisis.
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